What is PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Treatment?
PRP(Platelet Rich Plasma) treatment is being used for several medical conditions for a long time. The goal of this treatment is on targeted tissues to reach high density of some growth factors which can be naturally found in platelets.
PRP treatment is a medical application. It should done only by doctors. Doctor takes a bit of patient’s blood into tube which contains special gel and sentrifuges the sample, following patient’s examination. After this procedure blood disintigrates into it’s components so doctors acquire a gel which contains up to 1,5 million platalets per mililiter. This gel is called PRP.
Beside involving in blood’s coagulation, platelets secrete growth factors which help recovery from tissue damages. Giving Platelet Rich Plasma to tissues as mask application or mesotherapy injection recovers from aging effects and tissue damages.
Sentrifuged blood has been used as a medical treament firstly in Japan, Spain and USA. Nowadays it’s been using worldwide.
What are the indications?
Skeleton system diseases as arthrosis, cartilage tissue damages, joint-spine-soft tissue rheumatisms, hair loss, skin conditions and stubborn wounds, antiaging, dentistry applications and aesthetic medical treatments.
Is there any kind of reverse effect?
PRP treatment is an autolog application. Platelets are taken from patient itself. Because of this, there is no risk of immunologic reaction nor contagious disease. There is no known adverse effects as this process done by sterile disposable kits in sterile conditions.
Is there any contra-indication?
PRP treatment cannot be done on people who has Thrombocytopenia, Hypofibrinogenemia, Cepsis, oncologic disease history or pregrants and nursing moms.
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