Document Type: Original Article
Radiation Application Department, Shahid Beheshti University, P.O. Box 1983969411, Tehran, Iran
Physics and Energy Engineering Department, Amirkabir University, Hafiz Avenue, Tehran, Iran
Nuclear Physics Department, Physics Faculty, Shahrood University of Technology, Shahrood, Iran
The aim of this research was determination of the required time for coagulation of in vivo cut bleeding treated by non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma. To meet this, an atmospheric pressure plasma jet device was designed and constructed. Helium was used as working gas. The electrical parameters and optical emission spectrum of helium plasma were measured. The averaged treatment time to coagulate the incision bleeding on the mouse liver was obtained 8.6 μs, and the average time of naturally incision bleeding coagulation was 10 min.