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(nitrogen plasma skin regeneration)
17 results
  • Plasma Energy Skin Rejuvenation. [Review]
    Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am 2020; 28(1):67-74Holcomb JD
  • Nitrogen plasma skin regeneration (PSR) initiated the use of cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) in skin rejuvenation over a decade ago. Helium gas CAP is already in widespread use worldwide for many surgical applications, whereas its use in skin rejuvenation is now emerging as a viable tool for treatment of facial rhytidosis. Animal studies comparing these CAPs suggest that observed differences in ski…
  • A cold plasma jet accelerates wound healing in a murine model of full-thickness skin wounds. [Journal Article]
    Exp Dermatol 2017; 26(2):156-162Schmidt A, Bekeschus S, … von Woedtke T
  • Cold plasma has been successfully applied in several fields of medicine that require, for example, pathogen inactivation, implant functionalization or alteration of cellular activity. Previous studies have provided evidence that plasma supports the healing of wounds owing to its beneficial mixtures of reactive species and modulation of inflammation in cells and tissues. To investigate the wound h…
  • Dual effects of atmospheric pressure plasma jet on skin wound healing of mice. [Journal Article]
    Wound Repair Regen 2015 Nov-Dec; 23(6):878-84Xu GM, Shi XM, … Zhang GJ
  • Cold plasma has become an attractive tool for promoting wound healing and treating skin diseases. This article presents an atmospheric pressure plasma jet (APPJ) generated in argon gas through dielectric barrier discharge, which was applied to superficial skin wounds in BALB/c mice. The mice (n = 50) were assigned randomly into five groups (named A, B, C, D, E) with 10 animals in each group. Natu…
  • Plasma skin resurfacing: personal experience and long-term results. [Journal Article]
    Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am 2012; 20(2):145-62, v-viBentkover SH
  • This article presents a comprehensive clinical approach to plasma resurfacing for skin regeneration. Plasma technology, preoperative protocols, resurfacing technique, postoperative care, clinical outcomes, evidence-based results, and appropriate candidates for this procedure are discussed. Specific penetration depth and specific laser energy measurements are provided. Nitrogen plasma skin regener…
  • Evaluation of plasma skin regeneration technology for cutaneous remodeling. [Review]
    J Cosmet Dermatol 2008; 7(4):309-11Elsaie ML, Kammer JN
  • Plasma skin regeneration is a novel type of skin rejuvenation technology developed over the last 3 years. Plasma is the fourth state of matter in which electrons are stripped from atoms to form an ionized gas. Although high-temperature plasmas have been used in surgery for over a decade, plasma had previously been used as a conduction medium for electric current. Unlike lasers, which rely on the …
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