Most of the common wounds on horses are easy to deal with and can be quickly healed by themselves. It is difficult to reach places that are not easy to reach, or wounds that are already chronic and can no longer be treated with conventional remedies. Thus wounds at the jaw angles are a particularly stubborn and complicated place on the horse, which can also mean a total failure for the rider and often return in sensitive horses. Directly at the mouth many ointments are also difficult to apply, so the cold Plasma offers a good alternative.
In practice, the use of cold plasma has shown a marked improvement in daily treatment after just a few days.