Plason is a medical device for the exogenous preparation of nitric oxide (NO). Application of exogenous NO by various pathologie
Plason is a medical device for the exogenous preparation of nitric oxide (NO). Application of exogenous NO by various pathologies (wounds, trophic ulcers, diabetic foot, unhealing wounds, pyo-necrotic wounds) is the way to healing made easy. Nitric oxide disinfects open wounds from bacteria, viruses, mould. This way it starts the regeneration of tissue. NO is the strongest disinficator. From the other types the NO penetrates through the skin for the depth of few milimeters and improves vasoconstriction of vessels.
An important feature of NO-containing gas flow is the fact, that if it is possible to introduce exogenous NO to the desired spot of the human body, it shows the same properties as endogenous NO, which makes it´s usage very flexible for various pathologies.
Plason is a portable device, as long as there is the possibility to connect it to the electricity, it could be used anywhere. Usage would include rescue services, ambulances, hospitals, clinics, medical centres.
Design features and the composition of PLASON®
Device has monoblock construction and consists of the service block (sb), electro-hydropneumatic (EHP) supply, change manipulators, silicone tube with the metallic tip and foot pedal. Service block is structurally executed in the rectangular metal housing, which consists of two parts - lower and upper.
Indications to the application of a new method of treatment - NO- therapy and of therapeutic possibilities of apparatus "PLASON"
1. General and purulent surgery
1.1. Postoperative wounds: festering (preventive maintenance), wound with the unfavorable the conditions (diabetes, beam or chemotherapy, the weakened patient and so forth), the divergence of seams.
1.2. Extensive post-traumatic wounds.
1.3. Purulent wound, abscesses, mastitis, hydradenit, furunculosis, purulent paraproctitis, purulent mediastenit, complicated and uncomplicated forms of erysipelatous inflammation, peritonitis.
1.4. Trophic ulcers of venous or arterial genesis, the pyonecrotic defeats of lower extremities with diabetes mellitus, bedsores.
1.5. Burns (uncomplicated and festered).
1.6. Preparation for dermatoplasty, muscular and musculocutaneous plastic and the preventive maintenance of the rejection of the reseated rag.
2. Oncology: beam ulcers, beam osteomyelitis, the prolongedly unhealing wounds, including against the background of beam and chemotherapy, the divergence of seams, plastic of soft tissues, beam fibrosis, the removal (destruction) of the tumors of the skin, perineum, maxillofacial region and other regions, the coagulation of wound surfaces for the purpose of hemostasis and removal of tumor cells (ablactation).
3. Traumatology and orthopedics: osteomyelitic blowholes, the wound afterward sequestrectomy, the open breaks and so forth
4. Military field the surgery: bullet wound, mine-explosive defeat, bullet breaks and so forth, the damage of internal organs.
5. Pulmonology and phthisiology: unspecific and tubercular empyema of pleura, unspecific and tubercular bronchitis, fibrous- cavernous and infiltrative tuberculosis, osteoarticular tuberculosis and so forth
6. Gynecology: ectopia (pseudo-erosion) the neck of womb, pointed candilomy, postoperative wounds, the pyoinflammatory diseases of parametrium, womb and its appendages, tube- peritoneal sterility, the organ preserving operations on uterine pipes, ovaries, with the plastic-reconstruction operations afterward myomectomy, external of endometrioses and so forth
7. Gastroenterology: stomach ulcer and duodenum, erosive gastritis and esophagitis, the blowholes of bowels, cyst of the pancreas with pancreatitis and so forth
8. Dermatology: the ulcer against the background of [vaskulitov] and angiopathy, dermatitis, eczemas, volar sole psoriasis, scleroderma, red flat lichen and so forth
9. Stomatology: it [parodontit], [gingivit], aphthous and herpetic stomatitis, ulcerous stomatitis after prosthetics, with the red flat lichen and so forth
10. Otorhinolaryngology: scar stenoses of larynx and trachea, sharp stenoses laringotracheobronchit, pharingostomy, tracheostoma, sinusitises of different localization, including polypous, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, sharp paratonsillitis, state after tonsillectomy or lacunotomy of palatine almonds, phlegmon of neck, rhinitis, acute and chronic average otitis, external fungus otitis, the state afterward tympanoplasty, neurosensorne defective hearing, nose hemorrhage, the operation apropos of snore and so forth
11. Ophthalomology: erosion, the penetrating injuries and the burns of cornea, burn ischemia of conjunctiva