Studying Biofilm and Clinical Issues in Orthopaedics
- 1Monash University, Australia
- 2The Alfred Hospital, Australia
The association between biofilm-forming microorganisms and prosthetic joint infection influences all aspect of management including approaches to diagnosis, management and prevention. This article will provide an overview of new anti-biofilm strategies for management of prosthetic joint infection.
Keywords: Biofilm, Prosthetic joint infection, Anti-biofilm approaches, diagnosis, Treatment, prevention
Received: 26 Jul 2018;
Accepted: 12 Feb 2019.
Edited by:Lorenzo Drago, University of Milan, Italy
Reviewed by:Dinesh Sriramulu, Independent researcher
Sonia Rozental, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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* Correspondence: Dr. Trisha N. Peel, Monash University, Melbourne, 3800, Australia, Trisha.Peel@monash.edu