An in vitro study of bacterial response to inert and reactive metals and to methyl methacrylate.

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The clinical use of inert materials for internal fixation and joint replacement devices is increasing rapidly; studies on the effect of these materials on bacteria and host resistance to infection have not kept apace. Any substance placed within the body may interfere with host-parasite interaction, either by its physical presence or by physiochemical… (More)

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