SINGAPORE CITY: Some wounds are so deep that they need to be alerted again and again despite the bandage being applied, otherwise they can become ulcers. Now a smart strip has been made for it which can give a complete description of it in just fifteen minutes.
The National University of Singapore also called the smart bandage a wound sensor that can be used to get real-time data through an app. Thanks to this, healing of non-healing wounds and ulcers can be noticed. In just 15 minutes, it can detect the type of bacteria and germs in the wound, temperature, pH, and even the elements of inflammation inside. All the details reach the app in real time.
V-Care This strip provides doctors with instantly useful information so that they can make the right decision to treat a fistula. When the wound does not heal, the patient himself becomes anxious, distressed and suffers from depression. Then it is time to amputate the hand or foot from the diabetic wound.
Sensitive sensors installed in the latest bandage absorb the wound fluid and note the acidity and temperature of the wound as well as other biomarkers. It notifies the app immediately by noting the size of the wound. The battery inside can be recharged repeatedly.
The importance of the smart wound bandage is further highlighted in the context of the Corona epidemic as people are reluctant to go to the hospital and there is no one at home to examine their wounds. In this way the patient himself can avoid further complications by examining his own fistula.
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