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The Latest Time Point of Retreatment (LTPR) as a Novel Method to Determine Antibacterial Effects for Binary Use of Cold Atmospheric Plasma and Conventional Agents

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Schramm, Sandra ; Hiller, Karl-Anton ; Cantzler, Sylvia ; Weilemann, Hannes ; Cantzler, Maximilian ; Zimmermann, Julia L. ; Cieplik, Fabian ; Maisch, Tim
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 14 Jan 2021 11:11


Multi-resistant microorganisms are a long-standing problem for public healthcare, as inactivating those resistant pathogens with conventional antibiotics or antiseptics often no longer achieves the expected clinical success. The aim of this in vitro study was to investigate the antibacterial efficacy of binary combinations of conventional antibacterial agents with cold atmospheric plasma (CAP), ...


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