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LED wound dressings for chronic wounds

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Many wounds cause patients more trouble than they would like. Poor wound healing or an unfavorable body site for care sometimes significantly delay the healing process. For this reason, researchers at the Institute of Textile Technology at RWTH Aachen University are working on wound dressings that work with light and use sensors to record the healing process. They explain exactly how this works in the video.

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LED wound dressings for chronic wounds

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Chronic wounds place a heavy burden on patients and the healthcare system. The Institute of Textile Technology at RWTH Aachen University is therefore designing a novel wound dressing that will intelligently support wound healing with light therapy and sensors.
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