Osnovni parametri medicinskih tekstilij za odvajanje in zadrževanje izcedka pri vnetju ran

Avtorji

  • Mykola Riabchykov Lutsk National Technical University, Lvivska street, 75, Lutsk, Ukraine https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9382-7562
  • Liudmyla Nazarchuk Lutsk National Technical University, Lvivska street, 75, Lutsk, Ukraine
  • Oksana Tkachuk Lutsk National Technical University, Lvivska street, 75, Lutsk, Ukraine

Ključne besede:

tekstilni medicinski materiali, difuzijski koeficient, nelinearna enačba, odstranitev izcedka

Povzetek

Članek se ukvarja z metodo predvidevanja lastnosti tekstilnih materialov za zdravljenje ran. Oblikovane so glavne zahteve za prenos tekočine skozi medicinske tekstilije. Izcedki iz ran in terapevtskih tekočin iz oblog se morajo učinkovito premikati skozi material, da zagotovijo odstranitev neželenih snovi iz rane in ohranitev potrebne vlažnosti. Te zahteve je možno določiti z matematičnim modelom, ki temelji na reševanju nelinearne diferencialne difuzijske enačbe. V ta namen je funkcija spreminjanja vsebnosti vlage v tekstilnem materialu predpostavljena s pomočjo polinoma, ki izpolnjuje robne pogoje. Ta predpostavka je omogočila rešitev problema s pomočjo navadne diferencialne enačbe v odvisnosti od časa. Dobljena analitična rešitev spremembe vsebnosti vlage v odvisnosti od časa usklajuje tudi vključitev dveh difuzijskih konstant. Rezultati makroeksperimentov skupaj z rezultati analize omogočajo določitev koeficienta difuzije in koeficienta nelinearnosti v eksplicitni obliki. Rezultati omogočajo napovedovanje vsebnosti vlage v določeni točki tekstilije v danem trenutku, skupne količine absorbirane tekočine in intenzivnosti absorpcije. S pomočjo dobljene funkcije se lahko priporoči geometrijske in fizikalne parametre medicinskih tekstilij za zdravljenje ran z dano intenzivnostjo sorpcije izcedka.

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07.11.2022

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Riabchykov, M., Nazarchuk, L., & Tkachuk, O. (2022). Osnovni parametri medicinskih tekstilij za odvajanje in zadrževanje izcedka pri vnetju ran. Tekstilec, 65(4), 268–277. Pridobljeno od https://journals.uni-lj.si/tekstilec/article/view/12110

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