Siberia | Technology & innovation

Polymeric membranes for wound healing

24 Feb '22
Researchers at the Tomsk Polytechnic University and the Siberian State Medical University have developed new polymeric membranes to heal festering wounds.

When placed on a wound, this new composite material can reportedly sorb pus and can be then easily removed without re-traumatizing the wound. The Siberian product is said to have proven its cost-effectiveness compared to the existing competition, as the method of making it, electrospinning, saves the manufacturer some good money.

Following rigorous tests, the regenerative and antibacterial properties of the new membranes appear well proven.
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