Functionalization of medical textiles


  • Natalija Sadretdinova
  • Sergey Bereznenko
  • Larisa Bilotska
  • Maria Pawłowa Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Radom, Poland
  • Szafrańska Halina Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom
  • Vitalii Bakal
  • Natalia Bereznenko Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design, Kyiv, Ukraine



medical clothing, herbal modifiers, antimicrobial properties, energy-information state of organs


An important basis for the creation of medical clothing is realization of the influence of various factors that arise in the interaction of elements of the system "man–clothes–production environment". Given the increasing technogenic burden on health of both medical staff and hospital patients, the assessment of the role of medical clothing in forming the energy balance of direct consumers is extremely relevant.

Previous studies have experimentally confirmed the presence of energy effects of textile materials on the human body. However, determination of the nature of the impact is a complex task, which solution depends on a number of factors, such as the raw material composition, its structure, surface characteristics, etc.

The purpose of our paper is to study the development of textile multifunctional materials for medical purposes and to study their energy-information impact on the human body. The following tasks have been solved in the course of the study. For use in the medical field, several samples of textile materials with antimicrobial properties, modified by herbal preparations, were obtained. Properties of textile materials that determine the possibility of their use in medical practice have been investigated. The influence of the experimental samples on the functional state of the organs and systems of human organs by use of the methods of information-wave therapy is evaluated.

Dynamics of change of comfort factor of investigated persons under the influence of samples of modified materials before washing





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