Dr PRP Kit 20cc
Why use a Dr PRP kit?
In preparing PRP, whole blood has to be centrifuged into three layers based on their density levels. The middle layer, which is called the buffy coat, has the highest concentration of platelets. A specialised PRP kit should be capable of separating this layer clean from the other two layers. PRP, in its most ideal form, has a low red blood cell count and a very high platelet-to-plasma ratio. PRP that has been prepared with a conventional PRP kit is usually red in color because it has a higher concentration of red blood cells. Dr PRP kit, on the other hand, is highly capable of separating red blood cells from the buffy coat and indeed produces the most ideal PRP.
How to prepare Dr PRP
Dr PRP is a medical device exclusively designed for PRP separation. Highly concentrated platelets by Dr PRP kit release a large amount of growth factors which are normally inside the platelets.
Dr PRP Kit uses biocompatibility certified materials and the parts undergo gamma-ray sterilization according to ISO 13485 standards.
One Step - Simplicity
Contamination from surrounding air during the concentration of platelets is blocked by adopting the one-Kit
Speed & Convenience
The Buffy coat layer can be easily and accurately identified by naked eye so you’ll have precise sample of highly concentrated PRP.
Any swinging bucket type centrifuge may be compatible with Dr PRP Kit, we sell centrifuge which is No1 in USA
PRP (“Platelet Rich Plasma”) is nothing but autologous blood with concentrations of platelets above baseline levels and contain at least seven growth factors. Normal blood contains only 6% platelets. However, in PRP, there is a concentration of 94% platelets, which translates to a powerful growth factor “cocktail” with a variety of growth factors and cytokines. This stimulates cellular proliferation and tissue regeneration to dramatically accelerate healing.
And since the platelets come from the patient’s own blood, there is absolutely no possibility of infection or other side effects. The only precaution you need to take is to stop any anti-inflammatory medications while administering PRP.
Although blood is mainly a liquid (called plasma), it also contains small solid components (red cells, white cells, and platelets.) The platelets are best known for their importance in clotting blood. However, platelets also contain hundreds of proteins called growth factors which are very important in the healing of injuries.
PRP is plasma with many more platelets than what is typically found in blood. The concentration of platelets and, thereby, the concentration of growth factors can be 5 to 10 times greater (or richer) than usual.
To develop a PRP preparation, blood must first be drawn from a patient. The platelets are separated from other blood cells and their concentration is increased during a process called centrifugation. Then the increased concentration of platelets is combined with the remaining blood.
Growth Factors In Platelets
Platelet Derived Growth Factor (PDGF-aa, PDGF-ab, PDGF-bb)
Transforming Growth Factor (TGF-ß1, TGF-ß2)
Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF)
Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF)
Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF)
How is PRP used? : General Uses of PRP Therapy
Platelets release growth factors, which are responsible for almost all repair processes that occur in the body.
Treatment with platelet-rich plasma holds great promise in a wide variety of healthcare needs. The success of PRP can be contributed to the fact that with PRP, there are almost no side-effects like infection, tissue damage or nerve injuries that are associated with similar treatments.
How To Use Dr PRP
A video on how to use Dr PPR
The platelets in PRP accelerates repair and strengthens damaged tissues naturally. By invoking the patient’s inflammation response, PRP allows fast healing without the significant risks of surgery, joint replacement, or other invasive procedures.
Dr PRP is used to prepare PRP for muscusceletal treatment
All sports muscle injuries (acute administering within 48h), chronic pain
All chronic tendon injuries
All ligament injuries, recovery from postoperative ligament reconstruction
The goal of PRP in pain management is to reduce or eliminate pain through healing. The platelets in PRP release growth factors that play a vital role in bone healing. Growth factors include Platelet-derived Growth Factor, Transforming Growth Factor-β, Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor as well as several others. Up to 7 types of growth factors as well as cytokines can be found in PRP.
Healing Soft-tissue Injuries
PRP injection is exceptionally effective in treating acute soft-tissue injuries or chronic tendinopathy like acute Achilles tendon repair, rotator cuff repair, acute ligament injury, muscle injury, and meniscal repair. PRP stimulates a healing cascade in the broken ligaments, tendons and muscle cartilages, in some cases even bone regeneration. Of course, the best part is, PRP treatments neither require extended stays in hospitals nor a prolonged recovery stage.
Dr PRP is used to prepare PRP for aesthetical treatment
Skin pores and elasticity
Skin pigmentation disorders
In combination with
PRP + IPL therapy
PRP + Fraxel system
PRP + Fat grafting
PRP + MTS System
PRP + Thread lift
Dr PRP is used to prepare PRP for gynaecological treatments
Dr PRP is used to prepare PRP for hair improvement
In combination with
PRP is used before and after a hair transplantation for a better end result
Ever wonder how PRP Hair Loss Treatment works?
I am really happy with the PRP tubes, they worked a treat, I will be ordering more soon. Thanks
I recently purchased Dr PRP kits and centrifuge from SDD Medical Ltd. I was very satisfied with the purchase and delivery process which was smooth and timely.
Absolutely brilliant product and the manager of SDD Medical goes out of his way to be incredibly helpful and supportive. I have had great results within clinic using Dr PRP and would highly recommend it to other practitioners using regenerative medicine.