Centrifuges for PRP Procedure – Centrifugal Force at the Service of Beauty and Health - plasmolifting.shop

Utilizing modern high-tech centrifuges in the preparation of PRP for plasma lifting procedures allows for obtaining biomaterial with a guaranteed high concentration of undamaged platelets. This outcome is achieved through proper selection of rotors included with the PRP centrifuge, ensuring optimal plasma centrifugation conditions while guaranteeing the required speed regime and tube tilt angle.

The PRP procedure is one of the most effective and safe methods in cosmetology and regenerative medicine.

This procedure utilizes autogenous biomaterial known as PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) or PRF (Platelet-Rich Fibrin). In 1 μl of such plasma, there are over 1,000,000 platelets (normal blood contains 150,000 to 350,000 platelets per μl), significantly increasing the content of natural growth factors in a biologically proportional ratio. These factors accelerate the regeneration of bone, epithelial, endothelial, and other tissues.

Thus, terms such as PRP therapy or PRF therapy are acceptable.

Equipment for Obtaining Platelet-Enriched Plasma

To obtain PRP, a standard set of equipment and tools for blood collection are necessary, along with a centrifuge equipped with suitable type and volume rotors.

Choosing a centrifuge for PRP should be taken very seriously, as not every laboratory device is suitable for working with biomaterial, and not every device guarantees the quality of plasma obtained.

Key points to consider when choosing a centrifuge for PRP:

  • The concentration of platelets in the final substrate should be no less than 1,000,000/μl. Using plasma with lower concentration is ineffective.
  • During centrifugation, platelets should not be damaged.
  • The centrifuge's design and operating principle must ensure complete sterility of the biomaterial, prevent pyrogenic substances from entering the centrifugate, and prevent centrifuged liquid from contacting the laboratory technician's clothing or body.

Considering the above, it is advisable to use specialized centrifuges for obtaining PRP, which fully account for all the nuances of the technology.

Centrifuges for Performing the PRP Procedure. Essential Technical Requirements

  • Equipped with apyrogenic disposable tubes ranging from 5 to 250 ml.
  • Wide range of speeds (from 500 to 6000 revolutions per minute) with the ability to smoothly adjust speed during acceleration and deceleration.
  • Compatibility with rotors of various volumes and types (angle rotors, swinging buckets) with fixed or adjustable tilt angles.
  • Pre-installed programs with optimal centrifugation parameters for each stage of the process.
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