By Lieva Van Langenhove
Clever or clever textiles are a comparatively novel region of study in the cloth with huge, immense capability in the healthcare undefined. This booklet presents a different perception into fresh advancements in how shrewdpermanent textiles are getting used within the clinical field.
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Working in conjunction with telecommunications, implants under the skin could (controversially) be used to monitor movement (or lack of it) and track individuals and provide either monitoring and feedback or surveillance. In future a functional prosthetic skin will be able to withstand environments that are too extreme or hostile and transmit continuous data about a patient’s condition. Certainly research is under way in Korea into the development of flexible artificial skin fabrics, with potential use by burn victims (Stylios 2004).
6 Chemical structure of cellulose and partially carboxymethylated cellulose. Smart wound-care materials 37 This type of carboxymethylation process can be applied to the solvent spun Tencel fibres, in which case the nonwoven dressing can retain the soft and fine features of the solvent spun fibres and also at the same time possess the superabsorbency that is derived from the carboxymethylation treatment. This type of product has the ability to absorb fluid directly into the body of the fibre, thus significantly increasing the volume of fluid that can be absorbed.
It is also hard and dry to touch. In this condition, autolysis is inhibited and separation of the necrotic tissue may be delayed indefinitely. For the treatment of necrotic wounds, it is essential that the dressings must be able to prevent the dehydration process. Indeed, they should be able to facilitate a hydration process for the dead tissue so that the autolytic debridement process, in which the dead tissue is separated from healthy tissue, can take place. Necrotic wounds are ideally treated with hydrogels and/or hydrocolloid dressings .