According to the recent study, “there is new development heading up with a curative system of biopolymer dressing to treat the chronic wounds” this is implemented for the sake of 10 million patients who are suffering from life-threatening wounds.
Researchers say that chronic wounds are the leading causes right now in the country with amputations. Treatments exist but the costs of them don’t meet all needs of people, so that cheaper wound dressing is implemented to reach the people for the cure.
Economic Biopolymer Dressing Is Thrived To Restore Chronic Wounds
This research will be beneficial to thousands of patients across the nation who suffer from such wounds and need quick and effective treatment at a cost-effective rate. This low-cost option can help save thousands of them over a period.
Researchers are developing low-cost effective biopolymer dressing to heal the wounds from lead Universities. The technology which is existing is having efficient features with expensive costs in most health care systems.
Morteza Mahmoud stated that “economical access is required for the practical development to make the cost-effective technology for needy people” he said that “my only goal is to make something which works practically and helps the patients through clinical products”.
In order to develop new technology, Mahmoud had tapped into several years with heaving an experience of study materials about healing technology of heart tissues, supporting the immune systems and fighting infections. He and his team had kept all the focus on cost-effective making to make available for all patients.
According to the latest networks, Mahmoud stated that “I’m getting closer to the goal and soon getting approvals for the new technology development” this company will further win competitive grants on the acceleration of product development.
Mahmoud and his team stated that “small tiny pilot trials are conducted on wound dressing within 13 patients who are suffering from chronic wounds” and the good news is all the 13 patients are cured after the treatment.
Researchers stated that “patients who are now advanced with chronic wounds compared to people who are not responding to the traditional treatments are estimated with 45 million across the world” for required people most urgent health care production is started said Mohamoud.’
The United States is now having 90 per cent of sales on Wounding technology. Globally 400 million people are affected with diabetes where the study explains that a quarter of those patients are having ulcers for a lifetime.
According to the survey 30 per cent of patients are having food ulcers in the United States. For this, Transparent Wound dressing is shown to avoid food ulcers. Whereas; diabetic patients who are experiencing blood pressure, wounds are developed to heal the nerve damages and slow immune system responses caused by the restricted blood flows.
Researchers said that “chronic wounds are very hard to treat” where not dressing works easier with efficient time and cost and address the problem with relevant safety measures. These new technologies are now available in all regions to support the healing process for chronic wounds.
Mahmoud and his team had done this work by using nanofibers as a flexible framework for the technology which is exceeded by the thin threading of natural polymers with the addition of collagen which is naturally found in food components and skin.
The above process framework is mentioned to be 3-D which develops the new blood vessels and supports the replication of an extracellular matrix system. This theory supports the healthy system of living tissue with the body.
On a concluding note, Mahmoud stated that “this dressing technology is invented to solve the facing problems by the chronic wound patients”