The future: Biodegradable surgical tools to deliver drugs to remote parts of the body?

New materials could improve drug delivery by enabling the development of biodegradable surgical tools that can safely dissolve in the body, says researchers in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. These instruments would incorporate drug delivery tools like hydrogels and nanoparticles. Release | Abstract

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