The device creates pressure vacuum in the wound meticulously. It then transfers blood to the wounded to send infection in a special place to recover the injury, said Majid Entezari, the project director.
The tool adjusts the vacuum pressure and treats the injury through injecting drugs and washing the wound without opening the bandage.
He further added that the tool timer helps the doctor to exercise the time of sucking, injecting the drug and washing the wound. It prevents bacteria’s penetration into the wound and creates less side effects, facilitating treatment of injuries.
The device has been tested on 10 people in a hospital in Yazd province, central Iran, showing that patients’ wounds have been recovered.
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