Diabetic foot, 4-month-old traumatic ulcer treated with PLASOMA cold plasma system: over 80% wound size reduction after 3 weeks. Wound closed after 4 weeks.

Patient introduction 

A 66-year-old male with type-2 diabetes scraped his ankle in November 2020. By January 2021, the wound showed signs of increased colonisation and biofilm delaying the wound healing process. In the past, uncontrolled blood sugar caused neuropathy. Nowadays, his blood sugar is well controlled, and he takes care to assess his feet and legs regularly.

Results and frequency PLASOMA cold plasma treatment

• 3 Weeks of PLASOMA cold plasma treatment, twice a week. 

• > 80% Wound size reduction in 3 weeks, wound closure in 4 weeks.

• Reduced bacterial load and new granulation tissue. Wound closure rate increased.

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