With Dr. PRP Platelet separation kit, it’s easy to collect your patient’s blood and turn it into highly concentrated (platelet-rich) plasma. Dr.PRP uses a simple, innovative design to efficiently capture the majority of the patient’s platelets. Click the button below to watch video now.
Accelerated Natural Healing With PRP
With Dr. PRP Platelet separation kit, it’s easy to collect your patient’s blood and turn it into highly concentrated (platelet-rich) plasma. Dr.PRP uses a simple, patented design to efficiently captures the majority of the patient’s platelets.
The blood samples taken from the patient are transferred to Dr. PRP kit for Platelet separation using a centrifuge. The final compoents of the blood will be the red blood cells, the platelets, and the plasma.
When platelets become activated, growth factors are released and initiate the body’s natural healing response.
97% Platelet Recovery Rate
Platelet concentration determines the efficiency of a good PRP separation system regardless of the volume of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) produced. Dr. PRP uses a specific filter and a recommended centrifuge speed to achieve a high platelet recovery rate of 97% or more (platelet counts up to 2,000,000 per µl of blood.)
Growth Factors In Platelets
The higher the platelet recovery, the more concentrated the platelets which leads to more faster healing for your patients.”
How To Use Dr. PRP For Platelet Separation
- Conditions for the First Centrifugation (RPM) Female - 3,000 RPM 3 minutes Male - 3,000 RPM 4 minutes When fail the seperation - 3,000 RPM 1 minutes *For subjects taking aspirin, antihypertensive drugs, with cardiac disease, anemia, or during menstruation, the centrifugation should be done for 4 min at 1,000 RCF.