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The objective of this study is electrospinning from polymer solutions as a means of generating nanofiber from a nanotechnology viewpoint. Chitosan is used as a nanofiber-forming polymer with a wound-healing effect; it is also non-toxic, biocompatible, and biodegradable. Nanofiber exposes a super developed surface and voids ranking on its basis. Chitosan is very successful in creating ambrosial, long non-healing wounds and trophic ulcers, taking into account curative property relations.Nanospider technology generates electrospunfibers about 50-400nm in diameter from the free liquid surface. Potential differences between electrodes of up to 60 kV were developed during the nanofiber electrospinning stage. The effect of the technical electrospinning parameters on the morphology and surface density of the chitosan nanofiber coating is defined. Many of the preferred process parameters for electrospinning are picked. Nanofiber layer architecture is tested and analyzed by using the scan microscopy method on JSM-5610 LV JEOL. Nanofiber SEM pictures are shown. The impact of practice should be used on the growth of medical devices.