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Electrospinning Structural Parameter Design in Achilles Tendon Heals

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DOI: 10.23977/medsc.2023.040718 | Downloads: 7 | Views: 307

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Yixuan Li 1

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1 Beijing 101 Middle School, Beijing, 100000, China

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Yixuan Li

ABSTRACT

Traditional achilles tendon heals methods often use traditional biomaterials, but these materials have certain limitations. According to the different conditions of achilles tendon heals injury and physical condition of each patient, traditional methods can not provide a satisfactory solution. Traditional healing methods cannot effectively simulate the biomechanical properties of the natural achilles tendon heals. This paper uses electrospinning technology to solve these problems. The fiber diameter is designed and controlled to meet the patient's achilles tendon heals requirements. By adjusting electrospinning process parameters, nozzle diameter and voltage, fibers with excellent performance can be obtained. The structure parameters of electrospinning were used to design and adjust the fiber arrangement to simulate the structure of natural achilles tendon heals. Optimizing the connection between the different fiber layers in electrospinning can improve the biocompatibility of the film. On this basis, this paper combined with electrospinning structural parameter design, designed a personalized three-dimensional model. The findings highlight the importance of electrospinning technology in the design of personalized achilles tendon heals devices, which enables fine control of fiber diameter to meet individual patient needs. After testing, the connection strength reached 985 n after applying a force of 1000 N, and after 10,000 load cycles, the model fraction was calculated to be 88. The research in this paper is helpful to improve the biocompatibility and durability of the healing device, and provides a solid foundation for clinical application. These results demonstrate the great potential of electrospinning technology in the design of personalized achilles tendon heals devices and provide a valuable reference for future research.

KEYWORDS

Electrospinning Technology, Achilles Tendon Heals, Structured Parameter Design, Biocompatibility Assessment

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Yixuan Li, Electrospinning Structural Parameter Design in Achilles Tendon Heals. MEDS Clinical Medicine (2023) Vol. 4: 108-117. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/medsc.2023.040718.

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