APPLICATION OF INNOVATIVE NANOMATERIALS TO RESOLVE IMMINENT ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE
16-HJPV3(1)-2022 Short Review Article
Keywords:Antibacterial, antibiotics, antimicrobial resistance, nanomaterials
The foremost worldwide community issue of health is due to virulent bacteria and successively increasing antimicrobial-resistant against these microorganisms. The renowned disease control center stated that the world entered a post-antibiotic horizon, where the death rate from the microorganism will be more from cancer disease. In the ongoing period, new techniques such as nanoparticles emerge and are used against the virulent strains of microorganisms. Those difficulties faced by common antimicrobials such as antibiotic-resistant can be overcome by the advancement of nanotechnology. The nanomaterial (selenium, cobalt, silver, cobalt, cadmium, zinc oxide, and magnetic) plays a vital role in the delivery vehicle and surface therapeutic agents for a cargo of antimicrobial drugs. In this review, we presented the use of nanoparticles as an efficient system for antibacterial applications.