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Title: STANDARDS ON MEDICAL TEXTILES


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STANDARDS ONMEDICAL TEXTILES
  • DR. ANJAN PRAKASH
  • ADDNL.MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT
  • DR. R.M.L. HOSPITAL
  • NEW DELHI

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Medical Textiles are the type of technical
textiles
  • Offer a variety of technical functional
    properties
  • Have application in the field of medical and
    clinical care
  • Are manufactured primarily for their technical
    performance functional properties rather than
    their aesthetic or decorative characteristics

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Objective
  • Is to improve quality of health care delivery
    through disposable products and enhance the
    standard in health care delivery by minimizing
    the risk of infections.

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Criterion for Medical Textiles
  • 1. Conformance to technical specs.
  • 2. Sterile
  • 3. Anti Allergenic
  • 4. Anti Bacterial
  • 5. Environment friendly
  • 6. Economical

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Various types of textiles in medical care
  1. Natural Man Made
  2. Woven Non-Woven
  3. Sterile Unsterile
  4. Disposable Re-useable
  5. Patient Non-Patient

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Advantages of Medical Textile
  • Prevention of HAI
  • Cross infection is reduced
  • Protection of care providers
  • Cost effective
  • WHO recommends disposable PPEs
  • Comfort level is higher e.g. gowns
  • Breath-ability of non-woven is better
  • Reduced AVLS.

CONTD
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  • Engineered to have high barrier to blood and
    other body fluids.
  • Are compatible with various types of
    sterilization techniques
  • In OTs they protect the user from static
    electricity
  • Are flexible, soft and comfortable.

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Categories of Medical Textiles
  1. Personal Health care/Hygiene Products
  2. Non implantable material/medical dressings
  3. Implantable mats
  4. Extra corporal devices

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Recent Advances
  • Development of Polylactic acid polyglycolic
    acid fibers as structures for cell growth.

Temporary bio-resource-able textile supports
for growing human organic tissue
Development of smart fibers (Polymers/
Proteins) for treatment of wounds Ulcers
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Application of Medical Textiles
  1. Surgical Dressings
  2. Health Care Textiles
  3. Sutures and ligatures
  4. Implants Devices
  5. Extra Corporal Devises

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CONSTRAINTS
  • Indian Standards are not available
  • Provisions of Indian Pharmacopoeia are not
    available
  • Most of the implants are imported
  • Costs are high
  • R D is reqd. to meet demands
  • Urgent Need for Standards , B.I.S. to come in
    Mission Mode.

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  • Designated Centre of Excellence for Med. Textiles
  • Various Projects Sponsored by Min. of Textiles,
    GOI

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Setting Of Standards
  • Quality starts with standards
  • Standards should be
  • Objective
  • Verifiable
  • Uniform
  • Specific
  • Pertinent
  • Acceptable

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AIM of STANDARDS
  • IS TO BRING OUR MEDICAL TEXTILE INDUSTRY
  • AT PAR WITH INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS.

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Standards Reqd. For
  • Sterility
  • Anti allergenicity
  • Bactericidal
  • Comfort Stds. e.g.water permiabilty.

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Various Textiles procured in Dr. RML Hospital
S. No. Type of Textile Consumption in 2009-2010
1. Surgeon Kurta Pyajama (For Doctors) 1200 Nos.
2 Kurta Pyajama For (Nurses/Technician) 1400 Nos.
3 Legging 100 Nos.
4 Bed Sheet 5000Nos
5 Draw Sheet 1600 Nos.
6. Abdominal Sheet 1100 Nos.
7. OT Gown with Flap 3500 Nos.
8. Blanket 600 Nos.
9. Towel 135 Nos.
10. Duster 2600 Nos.
11. Doctors Coat Nurses Technician Coat 200 Nos.
Total Expenditure for aforesaid items Rs. 25,91,070/-
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Disposable Textiles procured in Dr. RML
Hospital
S. No. Name of Item Consumption In 2009-2010 Expenditure
1. Disposable Face Mask 570000 Nos. Rs.11,05,357/-
2. Disposable Caps 225000 Nos. Rs.2,17,198/-
3. Disposable Bed Sheet 12350 Nos. Rs.3,36,490/-
4. Disposable Gown 67150 Nos. Rs.5,65,080/-
Total Expenditure Rs.22,24,124/-
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