Ultra-thin bandage shows promise for healing blood vessels

05/20/2013 | Mainichi (Japan), The

Scientists at Japan's National Defense Medical College and Waseda University have developed a 75-nanometer-thick bandage for use in blood vessel repair. Animal tests found the bandages effectively stopped bleeding from large veins, according to the study in the International Society for Vascular Surgery's journal. The bandage is being developed for possible use in clinical settings.

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