Cold plasma treatment for wound healing

Cold plasma gassing (also called “atmospheric pressure plasma”) is a promising technology for treating wounds. It involves applying an ionised gas (plasma) to the wound, which triggers a variety of reactions that help heal the wound.

Cold plasma gassing offers a number of advantages over traditional wound treatment methods such as antibiotics or surgery. It is non-invasive, painless and can be used without side effects. In addition, cold plasma gassing can also be effective against antibiotic resistance.

The plasma produces a variety of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species that have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and wound-healing properties. It can also promote the formation of blood clots and stimulate the formation of new tissue.

Cold plasma fumigation is currently being intensively researched and there are promising results from clinical trials. It could be a promising alternative or complement to conventional wound treatment methods.