Antibacterial coating on the surface is formed by introducing ions into the implant surface in a special environment, wherein the ions that are introduced into the surface are inert gas ions, and the special environment is vacuum. In particular, the coating on metal implants is formed by introducing into the surface of the implant inert gas ions with an energy of 6 ± 0.1 keV with an irradiation dose of ~5*1019 ion/cm-2 in vacuum. The study of implant surface properties was carried out in vitro using colonies of Staphylococcus aureus culture.

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