Symposium – PLASOMA: The Impact of Cold Plasma on Chronic Wound Healing

It is with great enthusiasm that Plasmacure will once again be present at the ELCOS Portuguese Wound Society congress – 15th International Forum on Ulcers and Wounds in the city of Aveiro on 15 and 16 March 2024.

This year, in addition to our usual presence at the congress, we will also be holding a Plasmacure Symposium – PLASOMA: The Impact of Cold Plasma on Chronic Wound Healing.

This event will feature Dr Rui Carvalho as moderator and speakers Dr Paulo Farber from Hospital da Luz de Oiã and nurse Silvia Simões from ULS Santa Maria.

We are looking forward to share knowledge and experiences regarding the benefits of cold plasma and to discuss the challenges that healthcare professionals face on a daily basis. Our goal is to bring PLASOMA to patients suffering from hard-to-heal wounds all over the world.

We are counting on your participation!


Medtech start-up Plasmacure has its roots at the Technical University Eindhoven (TU/e) with its long track record in cold plasma generation and characterization. The company was founded in 2014. At Plasmacure we envision a world in which people no longer suffer from chronic wounds. Cold plasma can stimulate wound healing. Our dedicated team has developed a safe way to apply cold plasma directly in a wound. PLASOMA is CE-certified and available for the market. Extensive clinical trials are being executed to gain more data. 

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Invitation seminar PLASOMA: The Impact of Cold Plasma in Chronic Wound Healing. 15 March 2024 Portugal