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Articles on Medical Textiles

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Hygiene and health care 1. ‘Textile materials for medical and health care applications’ (1997) J. Text. Inst., Part-3, pp 83-93. 2. ‘Hospital and dialysate textiles’ Dasaradan B. S. & Chandrasekara Bharathy S., (1993) Asian Textile Journal, December, pp 40-47. 3. ‘Operating theatre’ Geoffrey Newton, (1994) Textile Horizons, March, pp 40-41. 4. ‘Development in health care textiles’ (2000) Man Made Textiles in India, January, pp 21-25. 5. ‘Textiles in health care and medical applications’ Rakshit A K., Mrs Hira M.A., Bhat S. & Mahale G. (2000) Man Made Textiles in India, April, pp 185-189. 6. ‘Special textiles used for manufacturing health care and hygiene products’ Anita Desai (2003) The Textile Magazine, May, pp 73-76. 7. ‘Contribution of textiles to medical and health care products and developing innovative medical devices’ Rajendran S. & Anand S .C. (2006) Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol. 31, pp 215-229. 8. ‘Applications of textile materials and products in health care’ (2001) Textile Intelligence, Second quarter, pp 25. 9. ‘Development of nursing care sheets of cellulosic nonwoven fabrics for aging society’ Enomae T., Asakawa Arot R. & Onase F. (2006) Textile Research Journal, Vol.76, pp 41. 10. ‘Evaluating one bath process for imparting anti-microbial activity and repellency to nonwoven surgical gown fabrics’ Wei Hung & Karen K. Leonas (2000) Textile Research Journal, Vol. 70, pp 774-782. 11. ‘Plasma and anti microbial treatment of nonwoven fabrics for surgical gowns’ Rajpreet K Virk & Gita N Ramaswamy (2004) Textile Research Journal, Vol. 74, pp 1073-1084.


Kanoongo N & Khuran N (2010) Asian Textile Journal. Pg. 13.40-48 17. 7/3. 2 . 70. pp 226-227.12. ‘Waste Cotton in Hygine Product’ Adivarekar R. December. Vol. pp 875-880. December. P. 32/4. ‘Warp knitted biomaterials’ (2001) Melliand International. P. No. 4. 67(12). ‘Surgical gowns & drapes – product view and performance testing’ Guru Prasad R (2008) Man Made Textiles in India. February. 33/2. 3.33-35 16. 18/4. 18 No. ‘Implantation. 19.No.46-50 Applications of Knitted products in Medical textiles 1.12.No. S (2009) Asian Dyer. Pg.2.Warp knitted’ (1999) Kettenwirkpraxis. pp 774-782.2. pp 27. ‘Performance and properties of reusable surgical gown in Medical Textiles’ Das. Vol. P. No. 51/10. ‘Process of imparting antimicrobial activity to nonwoven surgical gown fabrics’ (2000) Textile Research Journal.336-340 18. 6. P.No.*****List of articles on medical textiles 12.No. 58-60+ E23-25. 51-56+ E 15-19. ‘Warp knitted fabrics for surgery’ (2002) Kettenwirkpraxis. 18 No. ‘World of Surgical Textiles : Surgical mask’ Hayavadhana J & Vanitha M (2009) Asian Textile Journal. 35/4.39-41 19.No.N and Borkar S P (2009) Asian Textile Journal. 14. ‘Effect of a dual function finish containing in antibiotic and flourochemical on the antimicrobial properties and blood repellency of surgical gown materials’ (1997) Textile Research Journal. April. 2. ‘World of Surgical Textiles : Surgical mask’ Hayavadhana J & Vanitha M (2009) Asian Textile Journal. ‘Advanced Textile Materials in Health Care’ Chaudhary S.V. ‘Spacer fabrics for medical applications’ (1998) Kettenwirkpraxis.No.33-35 15.

3 . 35/3. pp 22-23. Popov. December. ‘Blood flow in polyester textile vascular prosthesis experimental and numeric study’ Samir akashi. (2007) Melliand International.. ‘Hernia is not so serious’ (2003) Kettenwirkpraxis. Vol. March. 25/3. pp 19. ‘3-D knitted spacer fabrics and their applications’ Kanagaraj & Anbumani. 4. Vol. pp 784-788.. Vol. ‘Medication from 3-D plasters warp knitted spacer fabric as textile carriers’ (2004) Kettenwirkpraxis. July. 11. 7. pp 72. (2007) Asian Textile Journal. ‘Mechanical behavior of a textile polyster vascular prostheses: theoretical & experiment study’. A. Nithayanandan R. 36/3. 13. 3. pp 28-36. Vol. Saber Ben Absdessalem & Sofiene Mokhntur (2005) Textile Research Journal. 75 (1). & Pop D. pp 178. (2006) Synthetic fibres. 10. Goobalakrishnan M. ‘Timesh Tc is revolutionizing medical technology’ (2003) Knitting technology. Cardio vascular implant 1. ‘Development of polyester/glass knitted fabrics for medical applications’ Kumaravel S. pp 23-28. pp 30-32. ‘Numerical simulation of blood flow in a curved textile vascular prosthesis’ (2005) Journal of Textile Institute. pp 117-122. 6. pp 47-52. 9. February. ‘New types of human implantable knitted medical articles’ Dodu A.*****List of articles on medical textiles 5. pp 573-576. & Thilak vadicherala. Popa & et all (1986) Man Made Textiles in India. ‘Innovation in mesh for hernia repair’ Jagadale B B & Barkar S P. 8. ‘New concept of 3-D weaving of bifurcated vascular prostheses’ (2006) Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research. 2. Nahil chafe & Saser ben abdessalem. (2001) Textile Research Journal. 71/2.

Durand. raw material manufacturing and properties’ (2007) MANTRA. 75. ‘Small-diameter blood vessels by weaving: Proto typing & Modeling’ Moghe A. ‘Baby diaper overview.No.3. Vol. 3. pp 32-34. Pg.No. 4 . 4. 2. Nonwoven/Industrial Textiles. December. 32/6.273-280 Baby diaper/Napkin 1.No.No. November.11. Pg. ‘Textile heart valve prosthesis: Manufacturing process & prototype performances’ Heim F.12.5. ‘Novel elastic baby nappy fastner systems’ (1996) International Textile Bulletin. Vol. 2/3. ‘Changes in disposable diaper properties caused by wetting’ Hirko Yokura & Masko Niwa (2007) Textile Research Journal. No. P.*****List of articles on medical textiles 5.S (2008) Journal of Textile Institute.1001-1013 2. Ragonbi M and Sakli F (2008) Journal of the Textile Institute. No. 78.B Chakfe N (2008) Textile Research Journal. Pg. Abdessalem S. pp 68.K & Gupta B. pp 135. pp 544.B. ‘Cotton for diapers’ (2001) Textile Asia. ‘Textile heart valve prosthesis: The effect of fabric construction parameters on long term durability’ Heim F and Guptha B S (2009) Textile Research Journal.1124-1131 Artificial Ligament 1.No. July. ‘Effect of abrasion and absorbed water on the handle of nonwoven for disposable diaper’ Kyung Hwa Hong Boo Changkim & Tae Jin Kang (2005) Textile Research Journal. 99. 42/4.marketing potential. 5. 99. Vol. Vol. 79 No. ‘Contribution to the optimization of artificial ligament Mechanical properties’ Jedda H.467-477 Artificial heart valve prosthesis 1.

.. pp 28-31. (2001) Man Made Textiles in India. ‘Wet comfort of small disposable incontinence pads’ (1998) Textile Research Journal. Types of Textile structures and materials used in medical textile 1. July.K.Lay (2001) Textile Research Journal. pp 42.B. (2007) Indian Textile Journal. 2.. & Kothari V. pp 77-83. & Miraftab (1993) Textile Horizons. ‘The use of innovative textile structures for medical applications’ Bernet E. 70/1. ‘Test methodology of liquid penetration of barrier materials’ Miller A. pp 336-340. ‘A geometric approach to fibrous structures for biological soft tissue replacement’ Penn L. 116/4.R. 71/2. & Schwartz P. 4. ‘New emerging material for medical applications’ Mankodi H. 5. ‘Textile structures for surgical implants’ Frank K Ko (1997) Textile Asia.*****List of articles on medical textiles 6. ‘Tissue engineering in textiles’ Hayavadana J. ‘Textile materials in implantable medical surgeries’ Somasundram D. pp 479-488. 3. Vol. Anand S. Wulfhorst B. & Aachen (2001) Asian Textile Journal. (2006) Man Made Textiles in India. & Chaudn S. Gillis & Renee N. Peter P. 10/11. December. October. November. January. January. pp 437-442. Textiles in Tissue engineering 1.C. Vol. (2000) Textile Research Journal. June. 5 .S.R.. ‘Surgical gowns and drapes product view and performance testing’ Guruprasad R. & Renuka D. pp 73. 68 (7). 2. Chusudama D. ‘Textile materials in medicine & surgery’ Rigby A. (2006) Indian Textile Journal. 2.J. pp 93-99. Testing of Medical textile product 1. Vol. Vol.

‘Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering’ Singh M. pp 27-30. & Karthick T. pp 5-8. ‘Polymers and fibres in disposable medical product’ Amita Malik (2001) Asian Textile Journal. pp 36-40.10 October. 29/11. P. ‘Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering’ Singh M.N. ‘Textile scaffolds for tissue engineering’ Subramanian V. Vol. 43/11. 2. & Veena sindhuja V. (2000) Textile Asia. ‘A review of application of hollow fibre in extra corporeal devices’ Nemailal Tarafder & Pinaki Bose (2005) Man Made Textiles in India. (2008) Asian Textile Journal.58-62 Polymers and fibres used in Medical textiles 1. Vol. 3. (2002) Asian Textile Journal. Vol.No. 48/2. April. (1998) Man Made Textiles in India.R. ‘Polyethylene polymers for hygiene market’ Katzer K.*****List of articles on medical textiles 3.58-62 7. pp 5-7.. 6. pp 30-34. 7. pp 141-144. 4. Vol.10 October. 6.. Poongodi G. 48/4. 18 No. 6 . Kumar P and Behera B K (2009) Asian Textile Journal. ‘Multi component fiber technology for medical textiles’ Vijayaruaghavan N. P. ‘Recent trends in silk protein in biomedical research’ (2005) Indian silk. ‘3-D textile scaffolds for tissue engineering’ Frank K Ko & Laurencin CT. pp 337-340. 5. pp 52-54. ‘Fibres in biotechnology’ Rekha V.D. 5. ‘Properties of tissue engineering staple fibre nonwoven’ (2002) International Textile Bulletin Nonwoven/Industrial textiles. May. 4. 33/1. Kumar P and Behera B K (2009) Asian Textile Journal. 11/6.. 18 No. Vol. 10/1. pp 62. Vol. ‘Bio-degradable polyurethane urea fibres support natural healing process’ (1998) Textile Asia. Vol. pp 45-48. 41/8.K. (2004) Synthetic fibres.No.K.

‘Aliginate fibres’ (2002) Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research. 12(5). 13. pp 30. pp 72. ‘Bio-active fibres. pp 31. pp 84. 27(12). Vol. 14. June. 15. ‘Super absorbent polymers in textile. pp 294-299. ‘Health and comfort fibres’ (2006) Man Made Textiles in India. (2007) Asian Textile Journal. & Sable AG. pp 434. (2002) Asian Textile Journal. 14(6). ‘Specialty fibres-III: Alginate fibres’ Manisha Mathur & Manisha A. July. 7 . August. (2002) Asian Textile Journal. No 2. ‘Structured polymer nanofibres’ (2008) Asian Textile Journal. pp 14. June.*****List of articles on medical textiles 8. ‘Chitin & chitosan fibres as wound dressing materials’ Yimin Qin (1994) Textile Horizons. pp 51-55. May. 11. November. June. ‘Lyocell tech: in the field of medical applications’ (2006) Asian Textile Journal. 10. Pratap MR. 17. July. pp 50. 12. Vol. ‘Polyethylene polymers for hygiene market’ Katzer K. Vol. 19. ‘Super absorbent polymers’ (2007) Asian Textile Journal. pp 19. pp 217-221. June. 20. ‘Polypropylene in high performance medical applications’ (2005) Asian Textile Journal. Hira (2005) Man Made Textiles in India. Kanoongo NV. 16. 18.synthesis and application’ Divarekar RVA. pp 67. ‘The use of textile fibres in medical sector’ Usha Sayed.Hygienic environment’ Macken (2003) Asian Textile Journal. 9. pp 73. & Rane YN. ‘Novel antimicrobial fibres’ Yimin Qin (2004) Textile Magazine..

22. pp 435-440.30-33 26.*****List of articles on medical textiles 21. Lauvekar G S.1.G. August. 24. (2008) Indian Textile Journal. 1/96.23-26 25. No. ‘Structure of knot performance of polyamide suture’ Hickenberger A S & Karaca Bayraktar E. ‘Sutures -Evolutionary phases’ (1998) Asian Textile Journal. pp 18-19. Fibres & Materials: An update’ Zins H M (2009) AATCC Review. 29(3). Vol. & Solanki Y.No. 41/6. pp 32-38. (2000) Asian Textile Journal. ‘Liquid retaining polymers – innovative stimulus for modern high-tech babies and nappies’ Non woven/ Industrial Textiles. 8 . No.L & Sujatha K (2009) Non Woven & Technical Textiles. 5. & Sengonul A. ‘Polymers. ‘Speciality Medical Fibres’ Shanmugasundaram O. ‘Biodegradable polyesters for medical applications’ Viju S. Pg. pp 267-269. 2. 71(5).No. ‘Seal PTFE: Minimising suture hole bleeding’ Sathish Bhalero. ‘Investigating the knot performance of silk. (2004) Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile research. 2. February. 5. pp 81-86. January – March. (2001) Textile Research Journal. pp 65-66. ‘Absorbency & super absorbency’ Stan Davies (1998) Textile Horizons.No. ‘Pharmaceutical grade chitosan : An active component for Medical Textile’ Rahman S (2008) Asian Dyer. Vol. 9/7. Vol. Polypropylene sutures’ Karaca Bayraktar E. No. 23. Pg.1. ‘The historical development of sutures and some test methods evaluating their properties’ (1998) Man Made Textiles in India. 9. June. PET. Pg. 4.8. 3. pp 75-79. February. polyamide.41-42 Sutures 1. pp 271-277.

pp 54-56. 18/2. Young. February. April. pp 93-98. (2008) Asian Textile Journal. Vijaykumar HL.100. 18. pp 33-37. 14/6. 7. 3. P.*****List of articles on medical textiles 6. pp 37. pp 65-68. pp 772-775. ‘Polymer nanofiber in biomedical applications’ Viju S. January-February. ‘Bio Medical Textiles’ Pal S (2009) Asian Textile Journal. P.51-56 Biomedical textiles 1.1.No.No. Heward A G. Vol. ‘Biomaterials in medical applications’ Krishnabala S. Biomedical implantable materials sutures’ Anita A Desai (2005) Asian Textile Journal. & Vanitha M. (2005) Asian Textile Journal.An overview’ (2006) Textile Trends.Woo Kim (1998) Textile Research Journal. pp 29-35. (2004) Asian Textile Journal. June. 5. No. Laing R.No. Rarchurkar PP.47-53 Finishes for medical textile product 1.. pp 57-61. 14(3). Vol. ‘Durable press and anti-microbial finishing of cotton fabric with a citric acid and chitosan treatment’. ‘Complex biomedical materials for surgical implants’ Martin Dauner & Heinrich plank (1999) Textile Asia.6. ‘Biomedical textiles’ Hayavadana J.Sik Chung . 9 . Brinda S & Karpagam P (2009) Asian Textile Journal.M & Niven B E (2009) Journal of Textile Institute. ‘Bio Medical Textiles Sutures’ Viju S.No. 68/10. 7. 4.45-49 8. February. & Thangeswaran P.. ‘Biopolymers’ Vivek L Singh (2005) Asian Textile Journal. Kwang. 2. Pg.Jaunary. 6. ‘Measuring the strength of the knotted suture material’ Carr D J.keun Lee & Jin. ‘Biomedical textiles. May.

50-52 13. 33/3. 51. (2007) Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research. November. ‘Anti-microbial finishes’ Teli Arnas Aich MD. pp 117-123. 32. September.. Pg. 54/9. 7.1. 3. Vol. 5. & Kannan T. pp148-151. 8 (5). Krishnabala S. & Krishnaveni V. pp 76-78. Pg.*****List of articles on medical textiles 2. 6. pp 254-263. No. ‘Herbal anti-microbial finish on cotton fabric using Aloe vera’ Rajkumar G. 32/2.3. 8. ‘Anti-microbial finishes and modifications’ Deepti Gupta & Somes Bhaumik (2007) Melliand International. pp 351 – 354. Pg. ‘Lavender oil-finished fabrics for medical applications’ Prince P A.351-354 10 . pp 29-32. Vol. ‘Antimicrobial finishes’ (2007) Colorage. ‘Micro encapsulation of herbal products for microbial resistance in healthcare textiles’ Thilagavathi G. Rajan V. Vol. September. November.11. May.No.the protector of microbial maladies’ (2000) Journal of Textile Association. Vol.30-33 12. 32 No. & Roshan Paul (2004) Synthetic fibres. (2000) Journal of Textile Association. ‘Anti-microbial finishes for textiles’ (2006) Melliand International. Pai. ‘Anti-microbial treatment’ Deepti Gupta & Somes Bhaumik (2007) Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research. ‘Antimicrobial fabrics – issues & opportunities in the era of antibiotic resistance’ Tanner B. 9. 61/3. 9. ‘Antimicrobial finishing’ Roshan S. 11. No. Karhiresan P (2009) Textile Magazine. 12/2. pp 117-123. 16/2.D (2009) AATCC Review. 10. Vol. 4. Krishnabala S & Kannaian T (2007) Indian Journal of Fiber and Textile Research. Vol.No. Vol. (2007) Asian Textile Journal. ‘Micro encapsulation of herbal extracts for microbial resistance in health care textiles’ Thilagavathi G. ‘Antimicrobial finishes. pp 146. Vol.R.No.

pp 21-23. pp 248-253.Vol. (2004) Journal of Textile Association. Vol. 8/5. pp 127-138. Chitra Ajmeri & Joshi N . 78. R . ‘Wound care’ Martin Dauner (1998) Textile Asia. pp 37-38. ‘Properties evaluation of Tencel/ Cotton nonwoven fabric coated chitosan for wound dressing’ Ching. 10. 11. October. 2. Vol. (2004) The Textile Magazine.An enhancing recitation for healing sore’ Somasundram D. pp 126-131. 7. 92/2. Vol. ‘Textile materials for wound care’ Y Le. pp 46. pp 12-14. ‘Recent developments in fibres and materials for wound management’ (1997) Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile research. Anand S . ‘Alginates for ideal wound dressings’ Somasundram D. (2003) Asian Textile Journal. ‘Super absorbent cellulosic fibres for wound management’ (2005) Textile Magazine. & Horrocks A. 13.Wen Lou and Ching & Wen Lin (2008) Textile Research Journal. 32(1). Vol. 11 .*****List of articles on medical textiles Wound dressings 1. ‘Alginates. ‘A new product for the wound healing process’ (2004) Kettenwirkpraxis. 9. Vol. pp 73-74. ‘Latest developments in wound management’ Agarwal A K. 12(10).B.C. 3. ‘Role of medical textiles in wound management’ Jitendra R Ajmeri. 5. 65/1. pp 337-347. ‘Advanced wound dressings’ Yimin Qin (2001) Journal of Textile Institute. pp 29. 4. April. Amit Dayal & Naresh kumar (1999) Asian Textile Journal. Vol. 45/3. 6. 8. pp 113-116. 22/4.(1997) Textile Asia.

pp 122-125. ‘Tetracycline hydrate and gentamicine sulfate containing corboxymethylated cotton fabric suitable for moist wound healing dressings.No. ‘Fabrics to treat malodorous wounds’ Anand S C. Harsan F.. Vol. ‘Compression bandages – A new 3-D product puts on the pressure’ (2004) Kettenwirkpraxis. 38/4.29-33 Bandages 1.*****List of articles on medical textiles 12. 1995. pp 53-58. 5. (2008) Asian Textile Journal. ‘Cotton core Nonwovens’ (2002) Asian Textile Journal. ‘Conversion of nonwoven rolls goods to hygiene and medical products’ (2006) MANTRA.No. pp 12.H. 12 . 11/10. Rajendran S and Stephenson C (2008) Textile asia. & Majekar AJ (2002) Asian Textile Journal. 6. 3. Fahmy H.. 39/11-12.V. pp 74. 41(2). 3. P. ‘Nonwoven in medical field’ Kunwar Vengateswara singh (2008) Textile Excellence. ‘Nonwoven fabric converters for special medical textiles’ International Textile Bulletin Nonwoven/Industrial Textiles..M. (2009) Journal of Industrial Textiles. Nonwoven in medical textile field 1. pp 23-24. 2/7. pp 16-18. ‘Bandages for medical purposes’ Viju S. pp 20-24.341-360 13. 4. (2008) Asian Textile Journal. 2. pp 45-50. ‘Nonwoven – The choice for the medical industry into the next millenium’ Walker I . January. pp 63-69. 11/6. 2. 10/10. Pg. (2001) Asian Textile Journal. Lee G. properties and evaluation’ Abo-Shosha M. November.H. ‘Development of bandages using bamboo fibres’ Arindam Basu & Balasubramaniam K. June. ‘Spunlaced and airlaid nonwoven for medical textiles’ Watzl A.

No.A. pp 17. 18/3. ‘Non Wovens for medical applications’ Rodie J. (2005) Asian Textile Journal. Richards A. pp62.F. ‘Properties of stable fibre nonwovens for tissue engineering’ (2002) International Textile Bulletin Nonwoven/Industrial Textiles. packaging. ‘Nonwoven in medical field’ (2007) Textile Excellence.No. June. No.B. No. 40(1).. 14. 10. Vol..No. ‘Nonwovens for medical textile’ Arvindhan A. September. January. pp 1-6. (2001) Textile Asia. ‘Novel Medical Applications for Non Woven and Nano Fibres’ Wilson A (2009) Technical Textiles International.12 September. 8. ‘Non Wovens: Medical.*****List of articles on medical textiles 7. 9. ‘Cotton blend nonwoven fabrics for medical use’ Prescott B. Pg. 119.R. March. pp 8. July/August. 13. agriculture and other fields’ Pal S (2009) The Indian Textile Journal.No. P. MANTRA Bulletin. ‘Nonwovens directly from granulate polymer for hygiene and filterations’ (2000) International Textile Bulletin Nonwoven/Industrial Textiles. (2009) Textile world. Pg. January. ‘Application of nonwoven’ (1998) Textile Trends.3.C. 15. 159 No. Anand S.4. & Halfpenny J. 12. pp 45. 11. 14(4). 3. P. Vol. pp 36-41.30-31 16. 51.K. ‘Development of stable fibre nonwovens for tissue engineering’ (2002) International Textile Bulletin Nonwoven/Industrial Textiles.66-69 13 .56-64 18.17-22 17. ‘Testing of nonwoven fabric’ (2006). ‘Non Wovens in Medical Textiles’ Karthik T (2010) Textile Magazine.

No.P (2008) Asian Textile Journal.No.30-32 11. April. 17. Vol. Vijajkumar H L. Chaudasma D. December. & Chaudhari S. ‘Development in medical textiles’ Rakesh S Chauhan (2008) Textile Magazine. P. ‘New medical textile world.P (2008) Asian Textile Journal. May/June. 17.1.No. 4. & Hira M. ‘Recent developments in the Medical Textiles’ Shanmugasundaram O L (2007) Journal of the Textile Association. 13(2). P.I & Chellamani K..No.I & Chellamani K. pp 93-98. 3.V. Vol.R. 2. 33/4. 7. (2000) Man Made Textiles in India. May. ‘New emerging textile for medical applications’ Mankodi. No. Pg.1. pp 23-24.*****List of articles on medical textiles Developments in medical textile field 1. ‘Potential of intelligent textiles of biomedical filed’ Hayavadana J. November/December. & Desai K. December. 2/5 January. Pg. (2002) Textile Asia. (2004) Asian Textile Journal. January.K. (2001) Man Made Textiles in India. Vol. No. Souza D L & Dhurai B (2008) Journal Textile Asia. ‘Recent advantages in Medical Textiles’ Doraiswamy.No. pp 437-442. Raichurkar P.49-54 9. ‘Novel Medical Texiles’ Krishnapriya B (2009) Non Woven & Technical Textiles. pp 26-27. (2006) Man Made Textiles in India.. ‘Recent developments in medical textile’ Khatwani P.49-54 10.193-197 14 .4.S.. 44/1. pp 21-25. No. & Wulfharst B. 8.A. H.12. ‘Overview of nanotechnology applications in textiles’ Kathirvelu S. January – March. pp 124-127.P & Vanitha M. No. Pg. 6. ‘Recent advantages in Medical Textiles’ Doraiswamy. 2.A. (2001) Textile Asia. pp 9-12. 69.B.J.26-33 12. ‘Developments in healthcare textile’ Rakshit A.12.Influence of smart materials’ Mondal S. ‘Innovative textiles for medical applications’ Berndt E. 5. 68.No.

& Shanmugam N.N & Borkar S.P (2009) Indian Textile Journal. Richard N. 15 .S. Erickson. pp 539. (1993) Asian Textile Journal. ‘Textiles for extra corporeal devices’ Chaudhary S. ‘Diversity in textile applications’ Mary Jacos (1998) Indian Textile Journal. pp 10-14.Surgical’ Dasaradan B. 4. August. 41(2).W. December. & Singer C (2001) Textile Asia. ‘Heart valve replacement by textile prosthesis’ Lloyd D. November.79-84 Others 1. June. 1(8). pp 34-41. (1973) Textile Research Journal. pp 55-57. Macnair & Richard L. pp 88-91. 8.. ‘Anatomial textiles . July. pp 16-22. & Tripathi V. ‘Activated carbon fibres Part I: Introduction and applications’ Gurudatt K. (1998) Man Made Textiles in India. September.No. ‘Medical textiles: A healthy prognosis’ Keran Shamash (1989) Textile Month. pp 43. Vol. pp 15-16. 5. pp 345-347. (1998) Man Made Textiles in India.4. ‘Medical applications of activated carbon fabrics’ Gurudatt K. 10.. 2.. & Muralidhara J. Hayavadana J. 7.*****List of articles on medical textiles Extra corporeal devices 1. 119 No.N.S. 9. P. 3. pp 26-33. 6. (1995) Indian Textile Journal. Arons. ‘Medical textiles’ Sourash Ghosh (2000) Indian Textile Journal. Chandrasekaran Bharathy S. March. ‘Textiles for medical use’ Murugesan Babu K. Mathur G. ‘Sorption characteristics of activated carbon fabrics’ Gilbert N. October. October. ‘Medical field holds good scope for textiles’ (2000) Indian Textile Journal.S.

‘Compression garments’ Pal S (2009) Asian Textile Journal. ‘Anatomial textiles. No. No. (1993) Asian Textile Journal. ‘Analysis of polymeric braided tabular structures intended for medical applications’ Yuksekkaya M. Pg. & Shanmugam N.No.99-109 15. Pg.. 119. 39.*****List of articles on medical textiles 11. ‘Textile for delivering skin care drugs’ Anon (2008) Textile Asia. 79. July. ‘Titanium dioxide particle – induced alkaline degradation of poly (ethylene terephthalale) application to Medical Textiles’ Rahman M and East G. ‘Development and evaluation of dustless fabrics for medical applications’ Behera B.9.C.3.K. Pg.466-474 16. 1(12). (2009) Journal. 79/8..No.No. Hayavadana J.No. No.728-736 13.E and Adanur S (2009) Textile Research Journal. Chandrasekaran Bharathy S.5. ‘Technical Textiles in Medical Applications’ Basu S K (2008) The Indian Textile Journal.S. Sadheesh Kumar V & Mishra R (2009) Journal of the Textile Institute.8. August. September.No.91-95 ***** 16 . October. 12. 18.No. Pg.Cardio vascular’ Dasaradan B. 78-79 14. No. 100. pp 54-58. P. January.57-62 17.2.

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