Nanotechnological Wound Healing Bandage Production from Polymer Solutions Containing Tea Tree Oil, Echinacea, Spider Web and Aloe Vera

Keywords: Spider web, tea tree oil, echinacea, aloe vera, polycaprolactone, polyvinylalcohol, electrospinning, wound healing

Abstract

In this study; Nanofiber membrane is produced by nanotechnological electrospinning technique using Spider Web (SW) and Echinacea (E) doped polycaprolactone (PCL), wet tree oil (ATO) and polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) polymers containing Aloevera (AV) additives. Morphological (Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)), mechanical (Tensile), biological (Cell Culture) characterization studies were carried out. nanofiber membranes produced. In the light of the values obtained, it can be a fast wound healing material in addition to many applications of the health sector.

Author Biography

Erdi Buluş, Material Technologies Specialist

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Published
2021-01-05
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Buluş, E.; Sakarya Buluş, G.; Akkaş, M.; Çetin, T.; Yaman, E.; Altındal, T. Nanotechnological Wound Healing Bandage Production from Polymer Solutions Containing Tea Tree Oil, Echinacea, Spider Web and Aloe Vera. J. mater. electron. device. 2021, 6, 19-23.
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