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By Bipin Kumar, Apurba Das, R Alagirusamy

Compression remedy for persistent venous illnesses is linked to a variety of demanding situations and sometimes produces doubtful scientific results. Investigating and exploiting the functionality of compression bandage might extra enhance the data of compression administration and could supply a holistic photograph of this promising quarter. This publication discusses the basics of compression remedy i.e. compression or strain via multi-disciplinary ways regarding quite a few innovations of physics, organic technological know-how, biomaterials, cloth engineering, structural dynamics, fabric technology, technical textiles and instrumentation to higher care for compression bandaging from diversified views.

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And Vowden, K. (2011), Intermittent pneumatic compression for treating venous leg ulcers, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2, 1–34. Omeara, S. A. A. C. (2012), Compression for venous leg ulcers Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 1, 1–192. 36. J. Lochiel, R. A. (1998), A systematic review of compression therapy for venous leg ulcers, Vascular Medicine 3, (301–313). Characterization of compression bandage 39 37. Castonguay, G. (2008), Short-stretch or four-layer compression bandages: an overview of the literature Ostomy Wound Management 54, (50–55).

The change in circuit resistance results in a corresponding mV output level. 4 Honeywell force sensor • Texilpress Device: It is an indirect measurement device which is based on Laplace’s law, which relates pressure with the tension in the bandage and limb curvature. It contains a measuring matrix which is equipped with two kinds of measuring tensometric sensors called ‘closed’ and ‘open’ for determining the radius of curvature and the applied tension. The limitation for this instrument is that it requires frequent calibration before each test.

6. ENV 12718:2001, Medical compression hosiery, General product information, replace standard, Brussels (2001). 7. Partsch, H. (2005), The use of pressure change on standing as a surrogate measure of the stiffness of a compression bandage, European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 30, 415–421. 8. Partsch, H. (2005), The static stiffness index (SSI) – a simple method to assess the elastic property of compression material in vivo, Dermatologic Surgery 31, 625–630. 9. K. D. and Lunder, T.

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