Nanoparticle technology is quickly developing and is used for a broad range of purposes in medicine. Nanoparticles are substances in which the primary unit in three-dimensional space comes within the nanometre scale range which is 1-100nm. The metal's potential nanoparticles as antibacterial agents are viewed as an alternative method to overcome the difficulty posed by multidrug endurance in bacteria. The development in nanotechnology has covered the way for approaches of innovation for the advancement of novel antibacterial agents. Nanoparticle antibacterial treatments give interesting possibilities such as the capability for using nanoparticles to tackle anti-bacterial-resistant infections, release medicines when an infection begins in a wound. Furthermore, a cream of antibacterial nanoparticle has been determined to battle staph infections. As nanoparticles include nitric oxide gas, which is perceived to kill bacteria. If infection begins, the dangerous bacteria in the wound makes the nanocapsules to open, freeing the antibiotics. This allows much more immediate treatment of an infection.