Quick-Spin PRP Technology (PLATELATOR)

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This innovative technology allows quick and efficient preparation of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) in a sterile vacutainer that contains a precisely formulated separation gel and anticoagulant. 


Collect and administer PRP to your patient in less than 20 min.



 How it Works:

  • For small volumes of blood, 8 mL to 10 mL of whole blood will be added to the Quick-Spin PRP-10 Kit and will be placed in the correspondent Quick-Spin 10 Centrifuge
  • For large volumes of blood, 30 mL to 60 mL of whole blood will be added to the Quick-Spin PRP-30 Kit and will be placed in the correspondent Quick-Spin 30 Centrifuge.
  • After centrifugation, remove the upper part of the plasma in a 3 mL Luer lock syringe for collection of Platelet Poor Plasma (PPP).
  • Using a 1 mL Luer lock syringe, gently mix the remaining plasma with platelets floating on the top of the separation gel and collect platelet rich plasma (PRP).
  • As the composition of blood in different species varies, Cell Therapy Tools developed precise volume, time and speed protocols for various species (refer to the instruction manual).    

 

The Most Convenient PRP Kit In The Market

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PRP collected by Quick Spin technique contains

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  • < 0.2% RBC
  • < 5% WBC
  • < 20% Granulocytes
  • >2 x concentrations of platelets as compared to the whole blood.


What is PRP?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

PRP Composition

  • Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a concentrated source of platelets in blood plasma which contains several growth factors and cytokines that can stimulate healing of soft tissue and joints. 
  • Main indication in sports medicine and orthopedics are acute muscle strains, tendinopathy, ligament injuries and osteoarthritis
  • Main indications in dermatology for PRP are androgenic alopecia, wound healing, and skin rejuvenation. 
  • For preparation of PRP, various protocols are used, with an underlying principle of concentrating platelets to 3–5 times physiological levels, then injecting this concentrate in the tissue where healing is desired.   

What is the Mechanism of Action of PRP?

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   PRP has several potential therapeutic effects. 

  • PRP may reduce inflammation by inhibition of TGF-beta. 
  • Growth factors secreted by platelets can improve tissue micro environment by formation of new blood vessels. 
  • Platelets may directly interact with the T lymphocytes and modulate the immune system.
  • Finally, PRP can accelerate healing and promote tissue regeneration by promoting growth and proliferation of the endogenous progenitor cells.