THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT STRUCTURES ON THE PROPERTIES OF FABRICS USED IN THE TREATMENT OF DIABETIC FOOT THAT IS TREATING BY NANOTECHNOLOGY
Recent researchers are interested in achieving health safety through the textile industry by developing products used in the medical field from just public uses to more precise uses. The fabrics used in diabetic foot treatment are one of the most important applications of medical fabrics. In some cases, in some cases to amputate the leg, and the nano- fiber is used in medical fields where they have the ability to resist bacteria and thus rush from the healing process. This research aims to study the production of fabrics used in the treatment of diabetes, which are deployed among different age groups through the production of fabric samples (woven - knitwear) and to determine the most suitable materials, as raw materials (100% cotton - cotton / polyester 50% - 50%) and also the most suitable structural compositions for production, as it used plain 1/1, Imitation Gauze and Jersey and Rib 1/1 The most important results that were reached through the research were as follows:
1- The Imitation Gauze cotton / polyester 50%: 50% sample recorded the lowest weight among the samples, while plain 1/1 cotton 100% recorded the highest weight among the produced samples.
2- The Traditional cheese cotton / polyester 50%: 50% sample recorded the lowest thickness among the samples, while plain 1/1 cotton 100% recorded the highest weight among the produced samples.
3- The samples produced using cotton 100% recorded the highest air permeability, as the jersey cotton 100% sample achieve the highest air permeability, while the plain sample 1/1 polyester 100% recorded the lowest air permeability among the samples produced.
4- The jersey cotton 100% sample recorded the highest percentage of water absorption among the samples, while the plain 1/1 polyester 100% sample recorded the lowest water absorption percentage among the produced samples.
5- The difference in the structural composition does not affect the resistance of bacteria and wetness, but it is affected by the use of the preparation material against bacteria.