Fizzy bubbles carry drugs deep into wounds

Low-tech delivery method could be used to help stop bleeding

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BUBBLE POWER  A fizzing chemical leaves a jet of bubbles in its wake as it races through a liquid. Such bubbles could propel drugs into wounds to stop blood loss. 

James Baylis

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