PLASMOLIFTING™ CENTRIFUGE XC 2000


PLASMOLIFTING™ CENTRIFUGE XC 2000
Europe
  • Manufacturer : Industrie Biomediche
  • Pack Size : 1 piece
  • Accessories: package insert
  • B - Brand Name
PLASMOLIFTING™ CENTRIFUGE XC 2000  1 piece

Sorry, this item is out of stock

Product Information

PRP (platelet- rich plasma) is a natural autologous derivative that plays a role in regeneration. It is used in many areas of medicine and surgery, including ophthalmology, reconstructive surgery, plastic surgery, orthopedics, traumatology, hair care, dental implant surgery and oral and maxillofacial surgery. At the same time, it can be used in aesthetic medicine to enhance the results. In regenerative medicine, PRP helps to promote the bio-stimulation and bio-regeneration of tissues. This dramatically shortens the healing time for ulcers and burns. Plus, PRP is able to prevent the physiological aging process, making it perfect for mature skin. It can be administered to the neck, décolleté, back of the hands and face to improve the signs of aging. It is recommended to use a centrifuge with a fixed- angle rotor (such as Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000) to obtain PRP. Purchase Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000 from Medical Device Source to prepare PRP.

Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000 is a device used to obtain PRP. It rotates at a constant speed, thereby balancing out the weight of the tubes. For best results, use 4000 rotations per minute for five minutes. Basically, Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000 works on the principle of centrifugal force. Under centrifugal force, the plasma is separated, forming five distinctive stages. This includes platelet-poor plasma or PPP (a clear fluid layer), PRP, a thin buffy coat layer (also known as the leuco-platelet layer), a separating gel and a red fraction (composed of red blood cells). The leuco-platelet layer is primarily made of platelets and white blood cells. After centrifugation, PRP should be drawn using a sterile syringe. Apart from Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000, you may also choose to use a basculating centrifuge (which requires a formula for relative centrifugal force calculation). Please note that Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000 requires a voltage of 220v (50hz) to work.

To use the machine, open the lid and install the tube holder. Then, put in the specimen tubes. Ideally, the amount of fluid in each specimen tube should be the same. To ensure a smooth spinning motion (and to prevent the device from shaking), it is advisable to place an even number of tubes on opposite sides of Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000. Insert soft foam as needed. Before starting the centrifuge, ensure that the tubes are sealed properly (and fit tightly in the holder). Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000 has a memory setting, which allows you to run the previous program. You may also adjust the time and speed settings manually using the switch panel. Press the start button to begin the centrifuging process. Do not remove the specimens until the centrifuge fully stops.

When Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000 is still running, do not move it. This device is intended to be used indoor on an even surface. Clean the inside and outside of the device regularly (make sure that it is disconnected from the power supply while doing so). Use a dust cover to protect Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000 when it is not in use. In case of technical difficulties, do not try to fix the centrifuge machine by yourself. Instead, you should contact the dealer or an authorized service provider.

 

Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000 is generally well tolerated. It is not likely to cause any side effects provided that it is used appropriately. As a general rule, read the directions for use carefully before use. It is important to observe all safety precautions while using Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000. While the device itself does not cause any significant complications, PRP may result in inflammation, infection, swelling and pain at the site of injection. These side effects are commonly associated with cutaneous-regenerating procedures that involve injection/ infiltration. Other than that, PRP could also cause an allergy reaction. In some cases, tenderness or itching (resulted from plasmatic components) may occur. These reactions are often mild and self-limiting in nature (most of them will be resolved spontaneously). Some patients may also experience rare adverse effects such as pustules after using PRP. To prevent untoward reactions, PRP should be used cautiously in certain patients (e.g. patients with neoplastic/ degenerative/ autoimmune diseases, and those who are on radiotherapy/ anticoagulant therapy/ long-term cortisone therapy). Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000 should be used by qualified personnel in a system free from chemical or biological contaminants.  

If you need an effective centrifuge for PRP preparation, buy Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000 from Medical Device Source.

Home | FAQ | Contact Us | Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy | Refunds, Cancellation and Shipping Policy

Copyright © 2002-2020

MedicalDeviceSource.com is not affiliated with or endorsed by the manufacturers of these products. All products are genuine, and brand trademarks are owned solely by their respective manufacturers. Please note that product packaging may appear different than images shown here.