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Production, Restoration and Growth of Biological Tissues to Living Organisms by Electrospinning Technology
  • [Ahmad] [kanah],
  • [Basel] [Younes] 1،2,
  • [Aroub] [Almasri]
[Ahmad] [kanah]
Mechanical engineering of textile industries and their technologies department-Faculty of mechanical and electrical engineering, Damascus University

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[Basel] [Younes] 1،2
Faculty of Engineering, Private University of Kalamoon, Mechanical engineering of textile industries and their technologies department-Faculty of mechanical and electrical engineering, Damascus University
[Aroub] [Almasri]
National Commission for Biotechnology

Abstract

When the original tissues or organs are severely damaged or injured, the ideal treatment is to replace the affected tissues with other tissues that function both structurally and biologically. The current research aims to produce high-precision webs of polymers dissolved in water, acids, or solvents, as well as work to improve their structure and morphology by using a rotary needleless electro-spinning technique, to be used in different fields. The Nano-fibers were made of polycaprolactone polymer, and that is highly reflected on the diameter of the fibers and their spin-ability. Adjusting the concentration, polymerization, viscosity, and density have a great role in overcoming the surface tension strength and thus starting the production process and obtaining bio-Nano-fiber webs. As a result, a mechanism to form medical scaffolds directly on the body was developed using the electro-spinning technique, with the possibility of applying several layers on top of each other which helps stop bleeding that occurs during surgeries and other applications.