39th ak-adp workshop: Physical plasmas and plasma-treated
media for clinical practice

7th Workshop Plasma Medicine

22 - 23 September 2021 in Magdeburg / Saxony-Anhalt

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The application for certification as a continuing education event for physicians at the State Medical Association of Saxony-Anhalt was accepted. The workshop counts in category B and brings 12 continuing education points.

For questions and suggestions, please contact info@ak-adp.de.

You can find the flyer for the event here.

For admission to the workshop, please bring a recent negative test or vaccination/recovery certificate. If you do not have this, we will provide you with free rapid tests.

Wednesday 22 September 2021

Opening of the workshop
Kerstin Horn, INNOVENT e.V. Jena

Greeting of the NZPM, current information on the activities of the NZPM.

Wound treatment with cold atmospheric pressure plasma - study situation and guideline development
Thomas von Woedtke, Leibniz Institute for Plasma Research and Technology (INP) Greifswald

Cold plasma in hemostasis
Sander Bekeschus, ZIK plasmatis, Leibniz Institute for Plasma Research and Technology (INP) Greifswald

Influence of physical plasma and plasma-treated media on granulocyte function in the context of wound healing
Stefanie Arndt & Laura Kupke, Klinik und Poliklinik für Dermatologie Regensburg

Cold atmospheric plasma --- New ways in the treatment of cardiac surgical wound infections
Heinrich Rotering, Clinic for Cardiac Surgery, Münster University Hospital

Helping fight COVID 19 with self-disinfecting facial masks
Marc Jacobs, MolecularPlasmaGroup SA Foetz, Luxembourg.

15:15 Coffee break

Wound healing of chronic wounds under treatment with cold plasma as add-on therapy
Maria-Andreea Nagy, Asklepios-Klinik Lich GmbH & Alisa Schmidt, I. Physikalisches Institut Gießen

Application of cold atmospheric plasma in the treatment of chronic diabetic wounds - data from the prospective placebo-controlled patient-blinded KPWTRIAL
Bernd Stratmann, Heart and Diabetes Center NRW Bad Oeynhausen, Germany

Efficacy of cold atmospheric plasma in a 3D model for cutaneous candidiasis
Sarah Fink, Department of Skin Diseases Jena, Germany.

DBD-mediated enhancement of dermal drug absorption
Monika Gelker, HAWK Göttingen University of Applied Sciences and Arts.

19:00 Evening event - regulars' table


Thursday 23 September 2021

CAP-Quo vadis
Stefanie Ascher, terraplasma medical GmbH Garching

PlasmaDerm Dress - Experiences with cold plasma in wound dressing
Dirk Wandke, Cinogy GmbH Duderstadt

Plasma opens a new chapter in dentistry
Loic Ledernez, Institute of Microsystems Engineering University of Fribourg

Osteoblast growth and turbidity of culture medium after treatment of biofilm-covered titanium discs with waterjet and cold plasma
Rutger Matthes, Polyclinic of Dental Preservation, Periodontology, Endodontology, Preventive Dentistry and Pediatric Dentistry of the University Medical Center Greifswald

11:00 Coffee break

On the role of plasma chemistry in medical applications
Kristian Wende, ZIK plasmatis at the Leibniz Institute for Plasma Research and Technology e.V., Greifswald

Plasma-activated fluids for decontamination/disinfection - the balance between antimicrobial efficacy and cytotoxic effect
Daniela Böhm, College of Science and Health, TU Dublin, Ireland

Selective adhesion inhibition of dermal tumor cells by plasma-activated medium
Anna-Christin Waldner, Department of Cell Biology, University Medical Center Rostock, Germany.

13:00 Lunch

Cold atmospheric pressure plasma for the treatment of radiodermatitis and investigation of objective course parameters in a mouse model
Lars Böckmann, Clinic and Polyclinic for Dermatology and Venereology, University Medical Center Rostock

Dynamic interaction between cold atmospheric plasma and the redox chemistry of tumor cells
Georg Bauer, Institute of Virology, University Hospital Freiburg

Cold plasma increases the immunogenicity of tumor-specific antigens and enhances an anti-tumor immune response
Ramona Clemen, ZIK plasmatis at the Leibniz Institute of Plasma Science and Technology Greifswald e.V.

15:15 End of the workshop

September 22 - 23, 2021

Hotel Magdeburg
Hansepark 2
39116 Magdeburg

Overnight stay
Information on overnight accommodation can be found at:

Evening program on 22.09.2021
19:00 Cultural program and regulars' table

Dr. Kerstin Horn
INNOVENT e. V. Technologieentwicklung Jena
Pruessingstr. 27 b, 07745 Jena, Germany
Tel.: +49 [0] 36 41 28 25 61, Email: info@ak-adp.de


Participation fee
Incl. participant documents, evening program and break catering, plus VAT

300.00 Euro for registrations until 30.06.2021.
From 01.07.2021 350.00 Euro will be charged.

Program flyer 39th WS

Terms and Conditions
With the registration the general terms and conditions of INNOVENT are bindingly accepted. Cancellations must be made in writing. In case of cancellations up to 4 weeks prior to the start of the event, we will charge a processing fee of 50%. After this deadline, the full participant fee is to be paid according to the invoice.

By registering, the participant agrees that photographic material may be taken, published and his or her person may be photographed. The publications always have the goal of a positive representation of the workshops to the outside. Furthermore, the participant data (without telephone, fax and email as well as address) will be published in the participant directory.

The event will take place according to the hygiene regulations valid at that time. If the workshop is not feasible due to the general situation, we will inform you in time. In this case, we will make every effort to reschedule to a later date.

Data protection notice
In accordance with the Federal Data Protection Act, we would like to draw your attention to the fact that we store your address in a file and process it in automatic procedures. You can find out more about this under Imprint and Data Protection.