Russian healer nanobint ‘goes on the market

Wound healing bandage "Vitavallis" developed by Tomsk scientists should go to the pharmacy Russia and Europe in the early fall of 2011. As the author of innovation, unparalleled in the efficiency of this "nanobintu" no.

Dressing "Vitavallis" is a joint effort of several specialists institutes of the Siberian Branch of the Academy of Sciences and the Russian company "Akvela", which arranged the production of new items.

According to "RIA Novosti", used in bandage technology absorptive centers can significantly reduce the time of treatment of burns, venous and diabetic ulcers, extensive and deep pressure ulcers, erysipelas.

new fiber sorption material under a microscope (Figure LLC "Akvela")
new fiber sorption material under a microscope (Figure LLC "Akvela")
 Photo source:membrana.ru

"We are not talking about the toxic effects of antibiotics on the wound and surrounding tissue, and the removal of microorganisms from the surface of the wound. The active sorbent centers bandages due to the electrostatic interaction of organisms drawn from the wound and keep them inside the dressing, not allowing bacteria to multiply"- Explains Sergey Psakhie, chairman of the Presidium of the Tomsk Scientific Center of Russian Academy of Sciences.

The active sites are composed of positively charged nanoparticles, attracting negatively charged contaminants.
Note, this technology electrostatic adsorption principle of operation is identical to the filter media for water "AquaVallis" from the same "Akvelita." Actually this development and has received medical sequel — previously created water filters from Tomsk spawned by-product, bandage a wound.

Experienced "nanobint" doctors noted the accelerated wound healing.  Tomsk doctors compare "Vitavallis" leading to the invention of penicillin.  (Frame RussiaToday).
Experienced "nanobint" doctors noted the accelerated wound healing. Tomsk doctors compare "Vitavallis" leading to the invention of penicillin. (Frame RussiaToday).
 Photo source:membrana.ru

In February 2011, "Akvela" became a member of the so-called technological platform "Medicine of the Future" program, developed on the basis of the Siberian State Medical University. Then Tomsk company announced pre-production of antimicrobial wound-healing materials. And now is ready the first small batch of "Vitavallisa."

Psakhie states "In the next month will begin selling "Vitavallisa" in the Far East, in Moscow, in Europe. There are several distributors who are willing to take on the spread of bandages. There are orders from Vietnam, as well as Slovenia, where a large medical company is planning to buy an antiseptic material in the "pure" to package and publish under its own brand. "

"The line, which exists to "Akvela" allows up to five million copies bandages a year. After starting the commercial production we will focus on the tens of millions"- Adds Sergey, indicating that the material has passed the sanitary-chemical, toxicological and clinical trials, it received registration Roszdravnadzor.

In the video report below describe a few recent innovations born in Tomsk. The story about "Akvela", its water filters and bandage the wound-healing begins with a 6:30.

Leonid Popov, "Membrane", August 29, 2011

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