development and absorbency characterization of honey coated alchite fibers for burn wound dressings.

by:Max Apparel     2020-06-20
Signature: Muzammil Mehmood, Shahid Raza Malik, Rashid Masood and Farhan Iqbal abstract: the current research work is aimed at the production of composite aluminum fiber (
Core material made of seaweed polymer, the outer surface made of hydrolysis of a few ding sugar)
By using a solution rotation method of honey originating in Pakistan, the water absorption capacity of developed fibers is then measured.
Nine different sample fibers were prepared.
Change the concentration of the coating tank containing seaweed sodium solution between limit 3. 5 %w/v to 4. 5% w/v.
In the coagulation bath, the concentration of the solution of the hydrolysis of the sugar is kept within the range of 1% w/v to 2% w/v.
Surface coating of produced fibers by volume mixture with bee honey and 50% aloevera gel + 50% bee honey.
Water absorption capacity of developed fibers found within 14-range
19 g/g at the same time at 30-40g/g of fiber.
After coating with honey mixture, the water absorption capacity and salt water absorption capacity of the resulting fibers are slightly enhanced.
The results show that the surface-coated aluminum stone fiber is an ideal choice for the production of wound dressings with high seepage due to its excellent water absorption capacity and salt water absorption capacity.
Wound Dressings made of these fibers need to be replaced twice within 24 hours for burn wounds that normally ooze.
This may accelerate the process of wound healing by absorbing excess wound seepage, thus minimizing the likelihood of infection.
Wound Dressings made from these fibers may allow for less trauma replacement, as they can keep the wound surface moist due to the excellent gel properties of the core material. 1.
Pakistan is a country where 1 million people are burned every year.
According to a report by the World Health Organization, about 35% of burn victims, especially children in Pakistan, end up with temporary or permanent disability.
Because the main cause of poor healing and disability is infection complications caused by excessive wound seepage, it takes an hour to develop a material when used as a wound dressing, to minimize complications of infection and to promote faster healing of wounds [1].
Cotton fiber-based wound dressings are less effective in minimizing infection complications because they have a painful replacement process due to low fiber strength, and dry the surface of the wound due to high moisture transmission rate.
Both factors are associated with complications of infection. 2].
Textile wound dressing based on bio-polymer has high absorption, stop bleeding, biocompatible, non-
Toxic and antibacterial.
These bio-based wound dressing including seaweed dressing, chitosan sugar dressing, hydrogel and high absorption dressing [3].
The aluminum stone fiber developed in this study is a composite fiber with seaweed as the core material and hydrolysis of shell sugar as the outer surface.
Due to the presence of seaweed and honey, the fiber developed may show excellent absorption properties [4].
From this point of view, the surface of the aluminum fiber produced is coated with honey and honey
Aloevera mixture to further improve its absorption capacity, thereby improving its effectiveness in the treatment of overseeping burns.
After successful clinical trials of these fiber-based dressings, this research work may be a milestone in the commercial production of \"high-absorption wound dressings\" in Pakistan. 2.
Materials and methods 2.
1 The material materials mentioned below are used in this research work. 2. 1. 1.
Seaweed sodium was imported from Anhui Jingrui Industrial Co. , Ltd.
\"China Co. , Ltd. \", the number of bacteria is zero, and the moisture content is less than 15%. 2. 1. 2.
From \"Fujimoto Huakang Biochemical Co. , Ltd. \" import several Ding sugar.
\"China Limited\" has the degree of de-aldehyde of> 60. 2. 1. 3.
Honey from Pakistan gets natural honey from the local market. 2. 1. 4.
Aloevera gel is extracted from freshly cut aloevera plants. 2. 1. 5.
Calcium chloride was obtained from \"Mazhar International Pakistan\" 2.
2 Experimental methods 2. 2.
Preparation of sodium-seaweed solution with 1 4% w/v
Seaweed was prepared by dissolving 3.
Add 5 grams of seaweed sodium to 96 grams of water.
Use an electric mixer at 800RPM for 4 hours to fully mix the contents.
The solution is poured into the paint tank and placed for 24 hours so that any gas is discharged and the fibers do not break a lot during rotation.
The same scheme was repeated when preparing 4% w/v and 4.
Solution for 5% w/v.
These solution concentrations are selected due to their rotation suitable for [purpose]5]. 2. 2. 2.
1% acetic acid solution was prepared by hydrolysis method to dissolve 1g of D. D. Sugar and continue to stir until a clarification solution is formed.
Then three more were added. 5% HCl solution.
The solution is stirred again for 2 hours and then heated in the return bottle for 4 hours.
The solution is filtered after cooling overnight and poured into the paint tank.
The same program is repeated once.
5% and 2% solutions.
The current concentration limit was selected due to its suitability for wet spinning [5]. 2. 2.
3 spinning the solution into fiber using the wet spinning technology described in figure 1 to prepare the fiber.
The coating tank solution is spun into a fiber with a diameter of 0.
04mm by using a wire-spraying board with 40 circular holes.
Apply a nitrogen pressure of 5 Psi in the paint tank, forcing the solution to form the fiber through the spray head.
Caclca solution promotes the exchange of sodium ions with Ca ions.
This leads to the formation of fibers containing calcium.
These calcium seaweed fibers interact with the hydrolysis of several sugars to produce composite fibers.
This composite fiber is washed in a washing bath to remove any unattached material before entering the cone.
The same protocol was used for the hydrolysis of sodium algae in a solution with different concentrations. 2. 2.
4 Dry and coated fibers produced. The prepared fibers are dried with acetone solution and then dried in the air on the aluminum foil for five minutes.
Then surface coating the fibers with bee honey and 50 Volume % honeyAlovera mixture. 2. 2.
5 The water absorption capacity test of the spun fiber was examined in distilled water and 0.
Salt solution of 3 w/v % [5].
Fiber weighing after drying overnight at 100 °c.
After soaking in water and salt water for an hour, their weight was found again.
Calculate water absorption using simple weight difference before and after soaking. 2.
Monthly fiber preparation sample table monthly composition and named fiber advanced fiber typeDope tankCoagulation concentration bath (%w/v)
Concentration (%w/v)1F13. 51. 0 2F24. 01. 0 3F34. 51. 0 4F43. 51. 5 5F54. 01. 5 6F64. 51. 5 7F73. 52. 0 8F84. 02. 0 9F94. 52. 0 3. RESULTS 3.
1 The water absorption capacity of the uncoated fiber developed the water absorption capacity of the fiber from 14. 65 g/g to 19.
The concentration of 24 g/g as the coating tank is from 3. 5 %w/v to 4.
5% w/v, from 1% w/v to 2% w/v in a set bath3.
2 The water absorption capacity of the fiber coated with bee honey is shown in figure 2. When coated with bee honey, the water absorption capacity of the same fiber is within the range of 16. 33 g/g to 21.
64 g/g, about 10% higher than the absorbance of uncoated fibers. 3.
3 Water absorption performance of fibers coated with 50% honey
As shown in Figure 2, the water absorption of the fiber after coating with 50% honey-
The Aloevera mixture was increased by about 5% and was found in the range of 15. 51 g/g to 20. 48 g/g. 3.
4 The sodium chloride solution absorption capacity of uncoated fibers is shown in figure 3, and the sodium chloride solution absorption capacity of uncoated fibers is found in range 29. 13 g/g to 40. 11 g/g. 3.
5 The sodium chloride solution absorption capacity of bee honey coated fiber the saline absorption capacity of the fiber after coating with bee honey is within the range of 33. 14 g/g to 41.
98 g/g, about 10% higher than the absorbance of uncoated fibers. 3.
6 sodium chloride solution absorption capacity of fibers coated with 50% honey-
The salt water absorption of the fiber coated with 50% honey in Aloevera mixture
The Aloevera mixture was increased by about 5% in the range of 31. 12 g/g to 40. 92 g/g. 3.
7 Comparison of water and salt water absorption capacity found that the sodium chloride solution absorption capacity of all developed fibers is twice the water absorption capacity.
The same trend was observed in the case of coated fibers.
Figure 4 attached shows this fact. 4.
Discussion with the increase in the concentration of seaweed and the solution of hydrolysis shell sugar acid, the increase in water absorption of fiber is attributed to the excellent gel properties of seaweed [6].
The absorption of the fiber\'s sodium chloride solution has increased due to the ion exchange process between the seaweed and the sodium chloride solution, thus enhancing the absorption.
The increase in fiber absorption capacity on the coating may be due to the penetration of honey, which also enhances its antibacterial activity to cause pathogen [infection]7]. 5.
According to the conclusion of the absorption study, it can be concluded that the developed fibers have potential excellent properties and can be used for non-
Woven burn dressing due to its high absorption capacity.
Further increase in fiber absorption capacity after coating with honey and honey
Aloevera mixture makes them more suitable for burn wound dressings.
Burn Wound Dressings made of these fibers will promote the wound healing process by minimizing wound seepage, thereby minimizing the possibility of wound surface infection. 6.
The research work has been carried out at the National Textile Research Center of the National Textile University of Faisabad, Pakistan.
This work is part of the Rs. 9.
99 million the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan is assigned to the faculty research program at the National Textile University of Faisabad. Pakistan. 7.
The author\'s contribution Engr carried out practical work and manuscript preparation.
Muzamir Mehmud under the cordial guidance of the Doctor
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