PLASMOLIFTING™ PRP GEL
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There are a wide range of uses for platelet- rich plasma (PRP) in general medicine and surgery. This includes ophthalmology, reconstructive surgery, plastic surgery, traumatology, orthopedics, hair care, dental implant surgery and oral and maxillofacial surgery. Plus, PRP can be used in regenerative medicine to induce tissue biostimulation and bioregeneration. This helps to speed up the healing process of burns and ulcers. Furthermore, PRP is indicated for preventing physiological aging. It is especially useful for mature skin on the face, neck, décolleté and back of the hands and feet. When used on these areas, PRP dramatically reduces the appearance of signs of aging. In aesthetic medicines, PRP helps enhance the efficacy of aesthetic procedures (and prolong their effects). Buy Plasmolifting PRP Gel from Medical Device Source to prepare PRP.
Plasmolifting PRP Gel is a device used in the preparation of autologous PRP. Plasmolifting is an innovative, non-surgical treatment that involves the injection of PRP into the human tissues. This helps to trigger the regeneration process of the cells. This thixotropic gel offers a high platelet concentration and adequate adsorption without affecting the composition of the plasma. Plasmolifting PRP Gel is supplied in tubes made of medical-grade glass. The tubes also contain an inert polymer, which promotes the separation between the blood component (rich in erythrocytes) and plasma (rich in platelets). Apart from the polymer, an anticoagulant (sodium-citrate based) can also be found in the tube. Sodium citrate is commonly used in transfusion medicine and generally considered safe. Its main function is to inhibit coagulation (by preventing the initiation of the coagulation cascade).
Plasmolifting PRP Gel is easy to use and does not require sedation or anesthesia. PRP preparation typically takes thirty minutes to complete. Plasmolifting PRP Gel is designed to be used along with centrifuge (with a basculating rotor and fixed-angle rotor) and disposable, sterile accessories such as tourniquet, drawing set (with a vacutainer and needle), empty tube (to balance the centrifugation), alcohol wipes, plasters and antiseptic swabs, sterile syringes (with luer lock), and aspiration needles.
For best results, it is recommended to use a centrifuge with a fixed-angle rotor (for example, Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2000 or Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2415). Run the centrifuge at a constant speed of 4000 rotations per minute for five minutes. If a basculating centrifuge is used, perform relative centrifugal force (RCF) calculation using the formula provided in the user’s guide. To use Plasmolifting PRP Gel, place the needle on the vacutainer and into a vein. Install the tube into the vacutainer system. Then, draw nine cc of blood (this will enter the tube due to the vacutainer). To complete blood sampling, remove the tourniquet and needle from the vein. Place a plaster on the site of injection. Discard the accessories as hazardous waste (do not reuse). In order to recover the leuco-platelet layer (which contains most of the platelets and white blood cells), invert the tube five to six times. Fill another tube with saline solution (or water). Then add a solid solution (e.g. salt or sugar) to it. Place the filled tube in the centrifuge on the opposite end of the device to balance the specimen tube. Make sure that each tube contains the same amount of content. Set the time and speed on the centrifuge, and begin centrifugation by pressing the start button. If there is a memory setting on the device, you may choose to run the previous program. Under centrifugal force, the plasma in the tube will be separated into five distinct layers – a clear platelet-poor plasma (PPP) layer, a PRP layer (natural autologous derivative), a thin buffy coat layer, the red fraction and the separating gel. The red fraction contains red blood cells, while the buffy coat (otherwise known as the leuco-platelet layer) is mostly made of platelets and white blood cells. Finally, the PRP can be extracted using a disposable, sterile needle. Read the material safety data sheet (contained in the accompanying documents) thoroughly before use. Contact the manufacturer if you have any questions regarding the use of Plasmolifting PRP Gel.
Plasmolifting PRP Gel is generally safe and unlikely to cause serious side effects. Having said that, Plasmolifting PRP Gel (particularly the tube components) may trigger allergic reactions in some patients. As with other treatments that involve injection/ infiltration, PRP has a risk of causing pain, bleeding, infection, inflammation and swelling of the injection area. Due to the components in the plasma, patients may experience swelling, redness, bruising, and itching and tenderness at the application area. These reactions tend to be short lived, and will resolve themselves in several days. Cases of pustules are rarely reported.
Plasmolifting PRP Gel is a disposable device (do not reuse it). This device should be used cautiously in HIV- positive patients, patients with abnormal platelet functions, and those with an infection (acute or chronic) at the treatment site. Additionally, it should be used with particular caution in patients who have metabolic diseases (e.g. thyroid, diabetes and osteomalacia diseases), liver disease, renal disease, acute allergies, immunodeficiency, acute herpes infections, neoplastic disease, degenerative disease and autoimmune disease. The safety and effective of this product have not been established in pregnancy and lactation. Similarly, it is not known if autologous plasma is safe in pediatrics whose skeletons have yet to reach maturity.
For optimal results, insert PRP in vital tissues via hypodermal or intradermal injection (in direct contact with tissues). Alternatively, it can be used on the skin (use a 30G sterile needle to perform microinjections). Plasmolifting PRP Gel should be discarded in accordance with local regulations (do not treat it as general household waste). Check the expiration date and inspect the packaging prior to use. The product may lose its sterility if the packaging has been tampered with. To eliminate contamination risk during use and production, PRP preparation should be performed in a system free from contaminants (biological and chemical). If you need to prepare PRP, order Plasmolifting PRP Gel from Medical Device Source.