Plasma,

A revolutionary technology for the veterinary world

Plasma is known as the fourth state of matter, and it contains charged particles (electrons and ions), neutral atoms and excited atoms. It is produced when a sufficient amount of energy is applied to a gas or gas mixture. Examples of plasma are the Sun, the lightnings, the northern lights or the fluorescent tubes with which we light our homes.

PlasmAction Vet is a device developed for the production of cold plasma at atmospheric air pressure, and it essentially does not transfer heat when applied to a surface. In addition, it contains a big amount of very reactive oxygen and nitrogen species (RONS) that operate as broad-spectrum disinfectants and regenerative stimulators. They can kill bacteria, including resistant ones, without damaging healthy tissue. They do not produce bacterial resistance or known side effects.

These characteristics make cold atmospheric plasmas a tool of great value for the veterinary clinic.

Cold plasma at atmospheric pressure is a type of plasma that is especially interesting for veterinary professionals due to its revolutionary potential in clinical use. It affects biochemical processes through its active components, consisting of active particles such as Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Species, which dominate the biological effects of plasma.

Cold plasma at atmospheric pressure is a type of plasma that is especially interesting for veterinary professionals due to its revolutionary potential in clinical use. It affects biochemical processes through its active components, consisting of active particles such as Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Species, which dominate the biological effects of plasma.

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