This paper aims to prove the expediency and effectiveness of magnetic textiles use obtained by adding nanopowder synthesized on the basis of oxides of divalent and trivalent iron oxides, taking into account bacteriostatic, magnetotherapeutic and compressive properties.
The research includes methods of synthesis of nanoelements of bivalent and trivalent iron, methods of the theory of elasticity for determining the pressure between compression clothing and a limb, methods of creating an annular magnetic field with determination of its voltage, methods of determining the growth dynamics of mold bacteria and methods of approximation of experimental data.
On the base of the determination of the forces arising from the interaction of magnetic nanotextiles with a magnetic field, the expediency of using these materials in the creation of compression clothing has been proven. An additional medical value of magnetic textiles is the bacteriostatic effect. The content of magnetic nanoelements in the textile composition of 0.2% almost completely suppresses mold infections
Cotton samples with the addition of nanocomponents based on ferric and ferric oxides were studied.
Magnetotextile materials can be used in magnetotherapy, compression clothing, in textile products that provide bacteriostatic properties.
The use of magnetic textile materials is a perspective direction for the creation of medical textile products with complex properties.
Riabchykov, M., Nazarchuk, L., Tkachuk, O. and Stytsyuk, V. (2023), "Creation of smart compression garment using magnetic nanotextiles", Research Journal of Textile and Apparel, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/RJTA-08-2022-0095
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