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Global Research on Medical Cotton - Evidence from Patent Landscape Study

  title={Global Research on Medical Cotton - Evidence from Patent Landscape Study},
  author={Saikat Kumar Panja and Parna Majumder and Biresh Kumar Sarkar and K K Mukim and Akshaya Kumar Hati},
Application of cotton has global demand in healthcare field for protection of injury site, control of bleeding, prevention from contamination of wound from foreign bodies and absorption of secretion. Inventions on medical cotton have been started from the year 1850, but the growth of technology has been observed after the year 1900. The present study aims to analyze the trend of inventions on medical cotton on the basis of patent documents retrieved from USPTO, EPO, WIPO, PAJ, IPIndia, and Free… Expand
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