Drafting patents is a matter for professionals
The patent application has to be drafted by fully taking into account the target objectives of the applicant and the filing strategy.
A patent application includes: a description which describes the invention in detail; claims that define the extent of the protection requested; drawings that accompany the description showing the various embodiments of the invention.
The claims form the main element of the patent application in that they define the scope – or the limits – of the exclusive rights which will be granted by the patent. Which is why their wording is important.
A poorly written patent is of no use: you cannot capitalize on it, or take legal action against a counterfeiter.