Cold atmospheric pressure (physical) plasma in dermatology: where are we today?

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Cold atmospheric pressure plasma is physical plasma (essentially ionized gas) created at room temperature and atmospheric pressure, and it has complex effects on cells, tissues, and living organisms. These effects are studied extensively for medical and dermatological use. This article reviews current achievements and new trends in clinical dermatological cold plasma research, discusses the basics of plasma physics and plasma engineering, and describes the most important areas of laboratory plasma research to provide a well-rounded understanding of the nature, present applications, and future promise of this exciting, emerging technology.

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