wound healing

Plasmaskop

The Plasmaskop plasma source is designed to be inserted into the working channel of a conventional endoscope. It has a tube-like character, is flexible, very thin and generates a biologically active jet plasma at the gas outlet. The device consists of an inner plastic tube, a ceramic nozzle, an outer plastic tube and a metal wire. The inner plastic tube is plugged upon the thin end of the ceramic nozzle. In order to provide high voltage at the end of the tube and at the same time maintain tube flexibility the metal wire is coiled around the inner tube.

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System and method for treating surfaces of bodies, in particular for wound treatment

The invention relates to a system for treating surfaces of bodies, in particular a vacuum dressing, comprising at least one attachment means (5a) for fluidic attachment of a negative-pressure generator for generating a negative pressure in a volume that can be positioned at the surface of a body, and at least one means for plasma generation (8, 8a, 15) with which the volume in which the negative pressure can be generated can be at least partially filled with plasma or a plasma-activated medium.

Device for biologically decontaminating percutaneous access points and method therefor

Disclosed is a device (1) for biologically decontaminating percutaneous access points or the stomata of patients, by means of a plasma generator (4) for generating a decontaminating plasma adjacently to a treatment surface (3) of the plasma generator (4). In order to at least partially surround a percutaneous access point or stomata, the treatment surface (3) is curved to be adaptable and can be laid against the percutaneous access point or stomata.

Device for the planar treatment of areas of human or animal skin or mucous membrane surfaces by means of a cold atmospheric pressure plasma

The invention relates to a device, preferably a collar, for treating areas of human or animal skin or mucous membrane with a cold atmospheric pressure plasma by creating a dielectrically hindered surface discharge, comprising at least one flexible insulating material (1), a flexible high-voltage electrode (2), a flexible dielectric (3), a flexible grounded electrode (4) and a gas supply (7), characterized in that the flexible high-voltage electrode (2) is embedded in the insulating elastomer (3), having the effect of a dielectric, and the grounded electrode (4) is applied to the elastomer s

Device for the plasma treatment of human, animal or plant surfaces, in particular of skin or mucous membrane areas

The invention relates to a device for the treatment of free-form areas and zones of human or animal skin areas or plant surfaces by means of cold atmospheric-pressure plasma. The core of the device is a specific, preferably gas-permeable, electrode arrangement for generating a dielectrically impeded surface discharge where the earthed electrode is composed of electrically conductive textile material and the high-voltage electrode consists of a thin wire or electrically conductive thread which is sheathed with an insulting layer which has to meet specific requirements.

Device for generating a non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma

The invention relates to a device for generating a cold, HF-excited plasma under atmospheric pressure conditions, comprising a metal housing functioning as a grounded electrode in the region of the emergent plasma, wherein an HF generator, an HF resonance coil having a closed ferrite core suitable for the high frequency, an insulating body acting as a gas nozzle, and a high-voltage electrode mounted in the insulating body are disposed in such a manner that they are permeated or circulated around by process gas.

Cold plasma for implement for plasma treatment of surfaces

A plasma tool for generating a cold plasma beam (10) is described. The plasma tool is defined by the fact that it has a plasma nozzle, in particular a plasma nozzle which is dimensioned for operation by hand, wherein at least the coil (6) of the adaptation network is integrated into the plasma nozzle, for operation with a high frequency generator in addition to the capacitor C2, while the capacitor C1 can be arranged in the generator itself or in its vicinity.