Update to clinical section on our website

We have recently updated the clinical section of our website to illustrate the proven antibacterial efficacy of the Adtec SteriPlas: http://adtecplasma.com/clinical.html

Chronic and complex wounds that are often stalled by biofilm such as diabetic foot ulcers may find difficulty to heal using conventional treatment therapies. This also applies to deep surgical site infections in cardiac patients where the morbidity rate is usually high. Using our medical device to treat these complex conditions has shown to offer promising hope leading to full healing, even if biofilm has persisted to deteriorate the wound before. Patients have been saved from amputations and given a better Quality of Life.

Other than diabetic foot ulcers and surgical site infections, we have collected strong clinical efficacy for the treatment of dermatology skin conditions. We encourage you to contact us at info@adtec.eu.com to learn about the myriad of benefits that our leading cold plasma medical device can offer your patients.


Two new publications for our cold plasma treating surgical site infections

Congratulations to Dr Heinrich Rotering for two publications released this year documenting the treating of surgical site infections and infected drivelines with the Adtec SteriPlas.

His first publication this year, “Cold atmospheric plasma and advanced negative pressure wound therapy” features the unique combination of our Adtec SteriPlas medical device with NPWT. A link to the purchase of this paper can be found in the The Journal for Cardiac, Thoracic and Vascular Surgery on Springer Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00398-019-00355-0?fbclid=IwAR0O5Vh6i8QWtTuR7s8ha-10xwoJtd5n_YNY_NM5rQkDT8a8B9p9WWEKxBc

His second publication this year, “Preliminary Results of a New Treatment Strategy for Relapsed Left Ventricular Assist Device-Specific Infections” discusses how relapsed ventricular assist device-specific infections are associated with high morbidity, mortality, and hospital costs. A new combination of cold atmospheric plasma and special dressing technique with negative pressure wound therapy with an additional underlay of carbon cloth and hypochlorite rinsing solutions has been developed and reported in his study.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32169499/?fbclid=IwAR3jA0jwGoaeaui8tUQVbsw-snidQ0SivtareKAOnRntAxh1_38J7z2s8LA

Dr Rotering has already demonstrated the proven antibacterial efficacy of the Adtec SteriPlas for the treatment of deep surgical site infections and infected drivelines in previous conference presentations, and these papers further demonstrate the accelerated healing potential with the unique combination of the two treatment therapies.

We encourage you to read these publications to learn the benefits of the Adtec SteriPlas for the treatment of complicated and stalled wounds and surgical site infections.


Medical conferences postponed for 2020 due to COVID restrictions

With the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, many medical conferences that we would usually exhibit have been postponed. This year’s conferences include the Malvern Diabetic Foot conference which is now postponed to 2021, the EWMA conference which is now postponed to 18th-20th November and the DFSG conference which will now be a virtual conference.

For customers and friends that we had already planned to meet at the conferences and can now no longer attend, we are happy to meet with you in person once the lockdown restrictions have been lifted. Until then, we are still contactable via our normal communication routes and welcome any discussions.

We wish everyone in our network to be safe and well.