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Tmrees 2020 Effect of cold plasma on the levels mineral blood components in vivo By Ban H. Adil, A. S. Obaid, Maysaa. R. Naeemah , Diana nasir hashem , and sala sami hamza
Effect of cold plasma on the levels mineral blood components in vivo • Plasma occur naturally but also can be effectively in laboratory and in industry, which provides opportunities for numerous application, including thermonuclear synthesis, electronic laser, fluorescent lamps. • Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) is produced at room temperature and atmospheric pressure, which is supposed to be safe for use on animal and human bodies. • In this study, we evaluated the efficacy of CAP by FE-DBD the effect of plasma on some criteria in the blood of rats as a function of time exposure.
Experiment and method • The system probe is represented by 10 cm-length stainless steel cylinder of 50 mm-diameter spindle, the spindle was terminated by a 40 mm-diameter floating base, and the other end of the spindle is attached to a High Voltage (HV) terminal. The floating base was coated by Teflon and a layer of 1 mm-thickness Pyrex glass mounted on the top side of the device (cold plasma generation side, as shown in figure. • The probe is connected to a high voltage source, to represent one of the proposed FE-DBD device electrodes, whereas the other electrode is represented by the live tissue
In vivo study to Observing the effect of cold plasma on the mineral blood •
A B Figure 2 ; adult female rats illustrate a- the method of drawing blood b- the exposure CAP method
Result and discussion • As shown in figures (3 to 7) the levels of (Ca, Fe, K, Cl) increased, while the level of (Na) decreased during the two weeks of plasma exposure. After the plasma exposure has ended, the levels of all minerals returned to its previous level (or near to), the decreased mineral increased and vice versa. The difference between the mineral level on zeroth day and the 30 th day was depended on the plasma exposure duration.
Figure (4) The level of Fe in blood Figure (3) The level of Na in blood Figure (5) The level of K in blood
Figure (6) The level of Cl in blood Figure (7) The level of Na in blood
RMW ratios were calculated, equation (1), which is represented by rats weight at the ith day relative to rats weight of zeroth day. Maximum relative weight ratio was given by the exposure of 45 sec, it is equal to 155%, the exposure of 30 sec and 60 sec are gave ratios equal to 116. 65% and 129. 3% respectively, while the ratio of control group became 143. 8% after 30 days. Figure (8) exhibits the experiments of RMR. Figure (8) Relative Rats weight during 30 days
Conclusion • Cold plasma has a significant positive effect of many mineral elements in the body as potassium is one of the mineral elements that contribute to the water balance in the body cells, which contributes to muscle contraction, especially the heart muscle and the maintenance of blood pressure and works inversely with the sodium element, therefore by studying the effect of plasma on those elements, and from observing the results, give the plasma a positive indication and a promising future in its use for treating blood pressure. As for the iron component, and by increasing the percentage of the element in the blood because of the plasma, it gives a positive indication of the use of plasma to treat anemia, and increase an element. Calcium indicates that it is possible to use the plasma to treat joint diseases and bone reconstruction, through what we have observed the effect of cold plasma on a very positive effect Consider the use of cold plasma and in all seriousness in the treatment of many diseases.