A study published in the Journal ‘Antibiotics’ supports the use of silver as an option due to the increasing prevalence of bacterial resistance to antimicrobials. Silver has been commonly used throughout history to control infections. It has resurfaced as an antibacterial/antiviral/antifungal option in recent times.
Reference: Wilson Sim, Ross T. Barnard, M.A.T. Blaskovich, and Zyta M. Ziora, Antimicrobial Silver in Medicinal and Consumer Applications: A Patent Review of the Past Decade (2007–2017), Antibiotics, 2018
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