By N. Gokarneshan, D. Anitha Rachel, V. Rajendran, B. Lavanya, Arundhathi Ghoshal
This ebook offers a complete evaluate of the numerous researches mentioned through the contemporary years within the box of scientific textiles. It additionally highlights using new varieties of fibres in constructing clinical cloth items and their promising position within the respective parts of program. substantial advancements have taken position within the improvement of scientific textiles for various functions.
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Young DH, Kohle H, Kauss (1982) Effect of chitosan on membrane permeability of suspension-cultured glycine max and phaseolus vulgaris cells. Young DH, Kauss H (1983) Release of calcium from suspension-cultured glycine max cells by chitosan, other polycations, and polyamines in relation to effects on membrane permeability. Seyam AFM, Hudson SM, Ibrahim HM, Waly AI, Abou Zeid NY (2012) Healing performance of wound dressing from cyanoethyl chitosan electrospun fibres. 1 Introduction Biopolymers have gained popularity during recent times, being prompted by increasing environmental awareness, growing public health and environmental regulations, and are therefore being considered as alternatives to synthetic polymers .
3). 4). 3 Load extension curves of polylactic acid knitted fabrics in ball bursting test . 4 Mechanical Properties 43 The cyclic loading at 50 % of bursting load has been carried out to study the performance of the knitted structure. The intended application of knitted structure is as a scaffold material for human bladder reconstruction, that is, why this test was performed to determine the deformation property of the knitting. After 4–5 cycles of loading, the material gets stabilized and the load extension curve starts repeating for further loading cycles.
3. A systematic evaluation of the porous structure proceeds with the polyethylene glycol molecular weight and their amount. Similar observations have been made wherein a regular porous structure with a top dense layer has been observed . Polyethylene of different molecular weights has been investigated for the structure–property correlation. The molecular weight of the polyethylene glycol strongly influences the porosity and density of the membranes. There is a distinct trend in the partial loss of elongated porous structure and in the formation of the collapsed structure due to the increase in the polyethylene glycol content.
Emerging research trends in medical textiles by N. Gokarneshan, D. Anitha Rachel, V. Rajendran, B. Lavanya, Arundhathi Ghoshal