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Time:07/09/2015   Source:Youjie

Diabetic patients often encounter the problem of difficult to heal wound injuries. Egyptian scientists have developed a silver-containing antibacterial nanofibers of cellulose acetate, which is a new type is used to promote tissue repair of medical materials. They clarify the details of the content and properties of new materials and articles published in the "International Journal of Nanoparticles" magazine.

Thanaa Ibrahim Shalaby and his colleagues Nivan Mahmoud Fekry, Amel Gaber El Sheredy and Maisa El Sayed Sayed Ahmed Moustafa, at Alexandria University developed a nano-fiber produced from cellulose acetate, a material which is inexpensive and easy to manufacture, The semi-synthetic polymers that can be used on all sides, for example, from the film to the coating for spectacles, or even cigarette filter Zuidou available to it. It can be re-formed into a fiber, and thus can be used as the absorbent medical material wound security. Shalaby and colleagues using various analytical techniques including scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) and silver nanoparticles used to create fibers.
After shaping good medical materials, the research team has successfully tested its antibacterial activity may be infected with trauma in different strains. Then they use the medical material of mouse skin wounds and wound diabetes treatment, and then determine whether the use of nanomaterials for wound healing effects. The research team said the medical material can absorb wound exudate liquid, but at the same time protect the wound from being infiltrated into the air and water of infectious pathogen infection. With the use of this medical material wound healing also promote collagen production, which helps normal skin relaxation and texture of the growth, which is in diabetic wound healing are lacking.
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