In the past few years, we’ve seen microneedle-equipped skin patches being designed for everything from pain-free vaccinations to insulin delivery to targeted fat-burning. Now, scientists from Queen’s University Belfast are developing a patch that they believe could slow the development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
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- Microneedle painlessly monitors drug levels without the need to draw blood
- Microneedle patches deliver pain-free flu vaccine
- Two-tone microneedle patch is built for comfort
- Skin patch puts the burn on body fat
- Skin patch may offer a better means of treating diabetic foot ulcers
- Silk microneedles are claimed to better-deliver medication