Part one offers an insight into design and production techniques for hygiene textiles. Chapters discuss nanotechnology and it’s applications in hygiene textiles, knitted spacer fabrics, innovative and sustainable packaging and biodegradable hygiene products. Part two explores design and production techniques for infection control textiles. Chapters examine micro-organisms, infection and the role of textiles, the creation of barrier textiles through plasma processing and methods for ensuring fabrics survive sterilisation. Part three concludes by investigating the variety of available hygiene and infection control products. Chapters consider washable textile-based absorbent products for incontinence, coated textiles for skin infections and antimicrobial treatments of textiles for hygiene and infection control applications from an industrial perspective.
Textiles for hygiene and infection control is an essential reference for manufacturers, designers, engineers and producers of hygiene and infection control products. It is also a useful tool for medical scientists, surgeons and nurses.
- Offers insight into design and production techniques for hygiene textiles
- Chapters discuss a range of applications, such as the use of textiles for incontinence
- An essential reference for manufacturers, designers, engineers and producers of hygiene and infection control products
- ISBN: 9780857093707 |
- Hardcover: 240 pages |
- Publisher: Elsevier Science |
- Publication date: Jul 26, 2011 |
- Language: English |
- Format: Ebook