We revolutionize wound treatment!

"I am overjoyed because thanks to the treatment with the CPT®patch I got back my lost quality of life."

Sandra Henn
CPT® patient after successful treatment

We revolutionize wound treatment!

"By offering CPTpatch therapy, we have established ourselves as an innovative treatment center and significantly increased the number of patients."

Sandra Henn
CPT® patient after successful treatment
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"I had a chronic wound for six years, an open leg. It is now healed by the Coldplasmatech treatment. And I'm really happy because I can go swimming with my grandchildren again this summer."

Anett Framke
Coldplasmatech patient

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Treatment with the CPT®patch

Driven by our passion for giving sufferers a new lease on life, we invented and patented a new, effective way of treating wounds. Our specialists developed CPT®patch, an active wound dressing that effectively treats wounds.

We are the first company in the world to use patented Active Glow® technology, which enables breakthrough application that even combats multidrug resistance - on a large scale, quickly and safely.

Therapy with the CPT®patch is performed in our nationwide CPT®Pasma.Competence.Centers. The treatment lasts two minutes and should be performed twice a week.

Very good results are possible after just a few treatments and we achieve lasting wound closure and thus healing in 70% of wounds that cannot be treated. The treatment is reimbursable and is prescribed to patients by prescription.

Infectious disease

Wound infections with multiresistant germs

Infections with bacteria are treated systemically with antibiotics. However, some bacteria have become resistant to many different antibiotics. These are known as multi-resistant pathogens. The usual drugs are then ineffective. People with weakened immune systems or open wounds with poor blood supply are at risk. If they develop an infection, treatment is more difficult because only a few antibiotics are still effective. The healing process of a wound is delayed if it is infected. Often such a disorder occurs in weakened immune system and after surgical procedures. In these cases, special wound treatment must be initiated, otherwise the most serious complications may arise.

CPT's cold plasma treatment allows infected tissues to be treated and decontaminated quickly and efficiently. A treatment with our active wound dressing CPTpatch takes only 2 minutes. A reduction in germ load of up to 99.999999% (Log8 reduction) regardless of germ type and resistance class is achieved after just one treatment - regardless of the localization on the body, previous therapy resistance or original germ load. 

"My wound became painful, reddened and I feared the worst. My doctor got everything back under control thanks to treatment with the CPT®patch. I'm really grateful for that."

- Gerd K., patient after successful treatment with the CPT®patch

"I have been working with cold plasma technology in wound care for years.At first, I was very skeptical about the product. However, the effectiveness impressed me. Especially in the case of postoperative wound healing disorders after split-skin transplants, positive changes were already evident after the first application. The acceleration of granulation is also clearly evident in larger and deeper defects. Cold plasma treatment has now become a part of my daily work."

Quote from a professional user about therapy with the CPT®patch and cold plasma therapy.

Wound closure

Skin grafts with split skin / flap plasty

Skin grafts are used for wound closure in chronic wounds, burns or similar injuries and replace dead or no longer functional parts. The skin required for this is taken as donor skin directly from the patient in a very thin layer. The donor areas heal on their own in 10 to 14 days, similar to an abrasion.

Due to the often insufficient blood supply to the affected areas, ingrowth can be difficult. Infections of the wound environment in particular prevent the graft tissue from growing. CPT's cold plasma treatment allows tissues to be treated and decontaminated quickly and efficiently. Treatment with our active wound dressing CPTpatch takes only 2 minutes and is very painless. A reduction in germ load of up to 99.999999% (Log8 reduction) regardless of germ type and resistance class is achieved after just one treatment - regardless of the localization on the body, previous therapy resistance or original germ load. The mode of action of the cold plasma enables a sustainable supply of the damaged tissue and improves the conditions of healing of the wound or the split skin. The mode of action of the cold plasma enables a sustainable supply of the tissue and has also after transplantation, the cold plasma application can improve the ingrowth behavior.

Burns

Burns

Burns are caused by heat, chemical or physical impact on tissue. The degree of burn and the proportion of the body surface damaged are decisive for the severity of the injury. Depending on which layers of the skin are affected, there are different degrees of burns. From second-degree burns, the priority is to protect the wound from infection and to create good healing conditions. Skin transplants in the form of split skin or flap plastics are used to close the wound and replace the dead parts. The skin required for this is taken as donor skin directly from the patient in a very thin layer.

Infections are the cause of well over half of all deaths resulting from burns. It can be assumed that after about a week, every burn wound is infected. Microorganisms find ideal conditions on the wound. The natural skin barrier is destroyed, the patient's general resistance is significantly reduced and blood circulation is minimized. The lack of blood flow also prevents any defense cells present in the blood from being transported to the wound.
CPT's cold plasma treatment can treat and decontaminate infected tissues quickly and efficiently. Treatment with our active wound dressing CPTpatch takes only 2 minutes and is absolutely painless. A reduction of the germ load by up to 99.999999% (Log8-reduction) independent of germ type and resistance class is achieved after only one treatment - independent of the localization on the body, the previous therapy resistance or original germ load. The mode of action of the cold plasma enables sustained care of the damaged tissue and improves the conditions of wound healing or split-skin application.

Chronic wound

Pressure sores, bedsores

A pressure sore is a chronic wound that is caused by prolonged pressure on the skin tissue. Prolonged lying or sitting when bedridden leads to insufficient blood supply to the skin in the contact areas. This leads to undersupply of the skin tissue, which is then damaged, opens up and becomes chronic.

CPT cold plasma treatment can be used to treat sore areas (decubiti) quickly and efficiently. Treatment with our active wound dressing CPT®patch takes only 2 minutes and is painless. Initial results can be seen after just a few days of treatment - regardless of the location on the body, previous resistance to therapy or bacterial load. The mode of action of the cold plasma enables sustained care of the damaged tissue and, with simultaneous pressure relief and professional care, usually lead to sustained healing of the wound.

"My wound just wouldn't heal. We tried everything and now: honestly for me the treatment is still like a miracle and that completely painless."

- Annett Framke, patient after successful treatment with the CPT®patch

Weakened immune system

Wound healing disorders and wound infections

A wound is a severance of coherent tissue on the outer or inner surface of the body. If a wound does not heal or heals poorly, it is referred to as a wound healing disorder. It is characterized, among other things, by bruising, accumulation of wound secretions under a wound, wound tears and, above all, infections.

In wound healing disorders, the healing process of a wound is delayed and it can become infected. Such a disorder often occurs in the case of a weakened immune system and after surgical interventions. In these cases, special wound treatment must be initiated, otherwise there is a risk of the most serious complications.

Treatment with the CPT®patch promotes wound healing and stimulates the wound for improved and faster healing. Very good results can be achieved after just a few days of treatment with the CPT®patch and wound closure can be achieved sustainably.

"After the third treatment with the CPTpatch you could see - the wound is starting to heal really great. I can't see the cold plasma, but it smells like fresh air and the treatment is the first one that really helps me!"

- Patient Ruth Wollgast after successful treatment with the CPT®patch

"Oh man, am I happy that my attending physician heard about this great therapy and prescribed it for me. My years of suffering came to an end - now things are looking up and my quality of life is coming back."

- Sandra Henn, patient after successful treatment with the CPT®patch

Poor wound healing

Chronic wounds

If a wound does not heal over a period of more than 8 weeks, it is called chronic. Poor wound healing is often the result of a circulatory disorder, diabetes mellitus or an immune defect. A common chronic wound is the lower leg ulcer (Ulcus cruris).

Even an acute wound that is not cared for properly can become chronic. Patients are often considerably restricted in their everyday lives by their chronic wounds. If the cause is not remedied, the chances of healing are poor.

CPT's cold plasma treatment can be used to treat a wide range of chronic wounds quickly and efficiently.

Treatment with our active wound dressing CPT®patch takes only
2 minutes and is painless. Initial results can be seen after just a few days of treatment - regardless of the localization on the body, previous resistance to therapy or bacterial load. The mode of action of the cold plasma enables sustained care of the damaged tissue and, with simultaneous professional care, usually leads to sustained healing of the wound.

Weeping ulcer

Ulceration, leg ulcer, open legs

A leg ulcer is an open, usually weeping ulcer on the lower leg that does not heal over a long period of time. It is also colloquially referred to as "open leg". The lower leg ulcer is a symptom of another underlying disease. The most common causes are circulatory disorders of the blood in the skin and subcutaneous tissue of the leg.

A treatment with our active wound dressing CPT®patch takes only 2 minutes. First results can be visible after only a few treatment days - regardless of the localization at ankle level up to the thigh. Even the difficult-to-treat "Bisgaard's backdrop" is eminently treatable. 

We are currently conducting a study of the indications with the support of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. Renowned hospitals such as the Charité Berlin, the University Hospital Hamburg Eppendorf and many other hospitals in Germany are our study partners here.

"I had already stopped believing that my leg, which had been open for years, would be healed. Through the treatment with the CPT®patch, I have not only gained new courage to face life, but also a perspective of being able to be active again."

- Patient Mrs. Anett Framke, after successful treatment with the CPT®patch

Diabetes

Diabetic foot syndrome

Diabetic foot often occurs as a complication of diabetes mellitus. Due to the high blood sugar, blood vessels and nerve tracts are partially damaged. This causes wounds on the foot in particular, which can become infected and difficult to heal. Treatment can be lengthy and, in the worst case, there is a risk of complete amputation of toes, foot or the entire leg.

CPT cold plasma treatment is a quick and efficient way to treat diabetic foot. A treatment with our active wound dressing CPT®patch takes only 2 minutes - regardless of the localization on the ball or heel. Initial results can be seen after just a few days of treatment. 

"I had already stopped believing that my leg, which had been open for years, would be healed. Through the treatment with the CPT®patch, I have not only gained new courage to face life, but also a perspective of being able to be active again."

- Patient Gerd Kruse after his successful treatment with the CPT®patch