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Title:Funkcionalizacija vlaken z naravnimi učinkovinami za medicinske aplikacije : diplomsko delo
Authors:Pliberšek, Rosvita (Author)
Fras Zemljič, Lidija (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FS - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Abstract:V diplomskem delu je bila glavna tema - funkcionalizacija vlaken z naravnimi učinkovinami za medicinske aplikacije. Naravne učinkovine - razne rastline, zelišča, so že od nekdaj del medicine in zdravljenja in se uporabljajo tudi danes. Pravzaprav se uporabljajo vedno pogosteje, saj je bilo dokazano, da jih odlikujejo razne dobre lastnosti, kot so protimikrobnost, antioksidativnost itd., ki pripomorejo k zdravljenju ran ali drugim boleznim ter bolezenskim stanjem. Zato sem v tej diplomski nalogi izbrala nam znane naravne učinkovine, katerih lastnosti so več ali manj že raziskane. Med najbolj raziskano naravno učinkovino seveda spada hitozan, ki ga pridelujemo iz hitina, ter olje CBD in kapsule CBD oziroma glavna učinkovina le-tega, kanabinoid. Ostale uporabljene rastline, iz katerih pridobivamo naravno učinkovino v obliki olja ali ekstrakta, pa so še bile rožmarin, šentjanževka, timijan in ognjič. Te naravne učinkovine sem med seboj primerjala, glede na preizkušene metode za protimikrobnost in antioksidativnost. S pomočjo gravimetrične metode pa sem dokazovala samo funkcionalizacijo izbranih celuloznih vzorcev, in sicer koliko apreture se je nasploh navzelo ter kako je to vplivalo na naslednje pridobljene rezultate.
Keywords:naravne učinkovine, agensi, medicinske tekstilije, funkcionalizacija, vlakna, celuloza, celulozna vlakna, hitozanovi nanodelci, ekstrakt, olje
Year of publishing:2020
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:[R. Pliberšek]
Number of pages:III, 52 f.
Source:Maribor
UDC:676.034:61(043.2)
COBISS_ID:38592771 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:B415SXA7
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License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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Licensing start date:01.09.2020

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Language:English
Title:Functionalization of fibres using natural agents for medical aplications
Abstract:The main topic of the diploma work was the functionalization of fibers with natural agents for medical applications. Natural agents (various plants, herbs) have always been a part of medicine and healing and are still used today. In fact, they are used more and more often, as they have been shown to be distinguished by various good properties, such as antimicrobiality, antioxidant properties, etc., which help to heal wounds or other diseases or conditions. Therefore, in this diploma thesis I have chosen natural agents known to us, the properties of which are more or less already researched. Among the most researched natural agents are, of course, chitosan, which is produced from chitin, and CBD oil and capsules, or its main active ingredient, cannabinoid. Other plants used, from which we obtain a natural agents in the form of oil or extract, were rosemary, St. John's wort, thyme and calendula. I compared these natural agents with each other, according to the tested methods for antimicrobiality and antioxidant properties. With the help of the gravimetric method, I proved the functionalization of the selected cellulose samples, namely how much of the finish was applied and how this affected the next obtained results.
Keywords:natural agents, agents, medical textiles, functionalization, fibers, cellulose, cellulose fibers, chitosan nanoparticles, extract, oil


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