At the same time Blood-stopping and blood freezing bandages is ready

 At the same time Blood-stopping and blood freezing  bandages is ready 

 At the same time Blood-stopping and blood freezing  bandages is ready 

SINGAPORE: Scientists accidentally developed a strip that can do two things at once. First, it prevents the flow of blood from the wound and helps in the formation of incoming blood on the other hand, which can save human lives by effectively closing the wound.

We know that if the wound is covered with a bandage, the bandage prevents bleeding from time to time, but when the bandage is removed, the wound can reopen and it will start bleeding. It is important to stop the flow of blood on one side and prevent the blood flow from the other side.

 
According to research published in the journal Nature Communication, experts at the ETH Zurich Institute and the National University of Singapore were considering designing a coating for body cords and devices containing fluid and blood. All fluids were able to push the product, but strangely, they discovered another material that also helps to keep the blood flowing fast.

 

This thin layer is made of carbon and silicone nano fibers and can be easily applied to ordinary bandages. On the one hand it removes the blood, ie blood does not cling to it. On the other hand, as the blood flows out, it begins to thicken and thicken. This invention happened by accident, which is trying to be understood but so far it is believed that carbon nanofibers have a major role in it.

 
Thirdly, the newly invented and accidentally discovered material does not allow any bacteria to accumulate and has antibacterial properties in its nature. The strip has since been tested on injured mice and has had tremendous success, but it is only now possible to improve it.

 
It is the first material in the world that prevents blood flow and also closes blood, it is commonly referred to as 'super hydro phobic' material. Stripes opened in hospitals reopen the wounds and may also cause bacterial and bacterial infections. Hospitals often face such problems when changing the bandage.