What is PRP?
Platelet-rich plasma is just that; itis a volume of autologous plasma that has a platelet concentration above baseline. Normal platelet counts in blood range between 150,000/μl and 350,000/μl and average about 200,000/μl. Because the scientific proof of bone andsoft tissue healing enhancement has been shown using PRP with 1,000,000 platelets/μl, it is this concentration of platelets in a 5-ml volume of plasma which is the working definition of PRP to
It's as easy as 1-2-3
1. Platelet Plasma Suspension (PPS)
Purespin PRP® can only be attained with refined processing of the Platelet Plasma Suspension (PPS). The PPS is a unique blend of up to 98% of the circulated platelets suspended in a bath of plasma. This blend of plasma and platelets is 99% removed from red blood cells. This preparation concept is unique to the Purespin PRP® System and is the first of a two part process.
2. Final PureSpin PRP® Preparation
The second and final part of the process involves the concentrating of the circulating platelets that are suspended in the plasma. This creates a platelet buffycoat that is easily collected as Purespin PRP® within the provided accessory.
3. PureSpin PRP® Collection
The Purespin PRP® Concentrating Device is specially equipped to concentrate and collect 7ml of Purespin PRP®. With careful design features and accessories Purespin PRP® is consistently prepared with resounding cell concentrations in a
completely closed processing chamber. Once this occurs the operator can adjust their concentrations by adding or removing platelet poor plasma to their desired levels.
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