The Effect of the Non-Thermal Plasma Needle on Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Bacteria


  • Ibrahim Karim Abbas Department of Physics , College of Science, Anbar University, Anbar, Iraq
  • Mohammed Ubaid Hussein Department of Physiology and Medical Physics, College of Medicine, Anbar University, Anbar Iraq
  • Muthanna H. Hasan Department of Biology, College of Science, Anbar University, Anbar, Iraq.
  • Hamid H. Murbat Department of Physics, College of Science Women, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq


Non Thermal Plasma, Plasma Needle, Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Bacteria


The development in the field of medical physics has led to the use of devices that
are manufactured under normal conditions to make tremendous progress in the
world of development in medical treatment by using these devices with modern
techniques by reducing the use of antibiotics and relying on these tools and devices
that link between physics and modern therapeutic medicine. In this research, a nonthermal
plasma system for argon gas operated at normal atmospheric pressure was
designed, this system was applied on Pseudomonas Aeruginosa bacteria isolated
from burn patients from Yarmouk Teaching Hospital. These bacteria were exposed
to this system, the results showed that these bacteria were killed at time (5 min) and
(8kV) where the argon gas flow rate was (5l/min).


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Abbas , I. K., Hussein, M. U., Hasan, M. H. ., & Murbat , H. H. . (2021). The Effect of the Non-Thermal Plasma Needle on Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Bacteria. Iraqi Journal of Science, 58(3A), 1214–1219. Retrieved from




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