Progress in Wound Monitoring Sensing Scaffold Made by Jiang Qiuran’s Research Team


Recently, Jiang Qiuran’s researchgroup at the College of Textiles, DHU, has made progress in wound monitoring sensing scaffolds. Sudden or progressive wound over-deformation can cause secondary damage. If not detected in time, it may cause infection, other wound deterioration conditions, and even death. Based on the condition, Jiang Qiuran’s team at the College of Textiles developed a wound repair monitoring technology.

The sensing scaffold designed by the team can achieve wide length, high sensitivity, fast response, and stable and long-lasting wound strain monitoring in an aqueous environment without encapsulation, providing wound repair monitoring and early warning. Therefore, it effectively reduces secondary injuries caused by secondary damage. At the same time, the encapsulation-free design of the sensing scaffold preserves the permeability of the microfiber matrix and promotes tissue repair.

(Flow chart of sensing scaffold design and preparation)

(In vivo and ex vivo motion tracking study of strain-sensing scaffolds

and warning of excessive deformation)

The research result “High Elasticity Sensing Corn Protein Electrospun Fibers for Wound Healing Monitoring” was published in the journal ACS Nano. The paper’s first and second authors are Liu Lu, Ph.D., Class 20, and Li Ran, M.S., Class 17, College of Textiles, DHU. Associate Professor Jiang Qiuran is the corresponding author, with DHU as the first communication institution.