Gas Plasma for Medical Applications: Wound Healing and Oncotherapy
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Cancer and wound healing lead to high mortality and healthcare problems. To provide therapeutic insights into oncotherapy and wound healing challenges, there is an urgent need for novel technologies. The use of physical plasma for medical purposes is known as medical plasma and this field consists of plasma physics, biochemistry, biology, and medicine. Plasma medicine is one of the most innovative and emerging areas and provides a promising strategy for a variety of diseases including wound healing, cancer therapy, biofilm removal, virus inactivation, dentistry, and ophthalmology. The discovery of the multimodal nature of gas plasma (GP) for widespread medical applications revealed that its efficacy is related to the reactive oxygen and nitrogen species, electric field, and UV radiation. The combination of these agents brings about a unique platform for medicine. Here, along with summarizing the nature of GP, wound healing, and cancer, we review some of the latest work regarding the application of GP for oncotherapy and wound healing.
Biomacromolecular Journal, Volume:6 Issue: 1, Summer 2020
76 to 86  
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