Today’s Solutions: April 24, 2024

Scientists have created an electric bandage that uses gentle electrical pulses to help heal wounds at a rate four times faster than that of ordinary healing. The bandage is hard-wired to a band that is worn around the patient’s torso and from where it receives low-intensity electrical pulses that are in touch with the injured tissue. The energy is harvested from the movement of the wearer’s ribcage as it expands and contracts while they breathe.

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