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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The fastest PRP Procedure On the Market
2 spin cycles totaling 6 minutes! Significantly faster than even most single spin inferior PPP systems on the market today.
Highest volume of PRP gained with a smaller amount of blood drawn from the patient, yielding the lowest price point per ml of PRP available.
Highest Platelet Recovery
Proprietary polycarbonate tubes reduces platelet adhesion that will occur from Polypropylene tubes, giving Purespin PRP® maximum recovery.
Highest Amount of Deliverable Platelets
Deliverable platelets are the actual volume of viable platelets contained in a PRP sample (significantly higher than its closest competitor).
Improved Patient Tolerance
Small volume of blood draw required. Purespin PRP® has a hematocrit of less than 1%. This reduction of RBCs allows for use of smaller gauge needles and less patient discomfort than other devices on the market.