Bandages for wounds are called “smart bandages” because they use technology to speed up the healing of damaged tissue. Smart bandages work by using a variety of instruments to identify, keep track of, and control the physical and chemical elements that influence how quickly a wound heals.
In comparison to conventional bandages, smart wound bandages may be more useful in helping wound care professionals prognosticate, prepare for, and manage acute to chronic wounds of different aetiologies.
The Global Smart Wound Sensor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Multiplexed Monitoring of Inflammatory Biomarkers at the Wound Site with an Integrated Smart Wound Sensor for the Internet of Things.
It is essential to monitor the wound state in real-time so that prompt therapeutic interventions can be used to stop these negative clinical outcomes and quicken the healing process. Additionally, continuous wound monitoring can avoid drug overdose at the wound site, resulting in on-demand and customised drug delivery.
Interleukin-6 (IL-6) and Interleukin-10 (IL-10) are two promising examples of inflammatory mediators that can be used to forecast the severity of a disease and track the progress of wound healing.
In order to achieve this goal, this study describes a flexible wound patch for multiplexed IL-6 and IL-10 monitoring at the wound site in order to deliver real-time feedback on the inflammation phase of the wound.
A multiwalled carbon nanotube incorporated into a composition of optimised gold nanoparticles has been shown to significantly enhance sensor performance.
Its repeatability, reversibility, and drift properties were also very good. A wearable device was created by integrating the flexible sensor with a miniature Internet-of-things (IoT)-enabled potentiostat.
By continuously, in-situ, and in real-time monitoring a variety of wound biomarkers, this IoT-enabled wearable gadget offers a clever and economical way to enhance the current wound care.
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