Treatment of Knee Joints with PRP Methodology Using Plasmolifting PRP Tubes -

Knee joint pain and degeneration are common issues affecting many people worldwide. Traditional treatments often include medications, physical therapy, and in severe cases, surgery. However, a more innovative and minimally invasive treatment known as Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy has gained popularity. This article explores the treatment of knee joints using the PRP methodology with the application of Plasmolifting PRP Tubes.

What is PRP Therapy?

PRP therapy involves the extraction of a small amount of a patient's blood, which is then processed to concentrate the platelets. Platelets are rich in growth factors that play a crucial role in the healing and regeneration of tissues. When injected into the affected knee joint, PRP can help reduce inflammation, promote tissue repair, and alleviate pain.

Plasmolifting PRP Tubes

Plasmolifting PRP Tubes are specifically designed for PRP and Plasmolifting procedures. These tubes are made of glass of the 3rd hydrolytic class, ensuring high durability and sterility. They contain a high-quality separator gel that creates a perfect barrier between the plasma component and the formed blood elements, ensuring the purity and efficacy of the PRP. Additionally, these tubes contain an anticoagulant that prevents blood clotting and inhibits platelet aggregation, further enhancing the quality of the PRP.

Advantages of Using Plasmolifting PRP Tubes

  • High-quality separation: The separator gel ensures a perfect barrier between plasma and blood elements, guaranteeing the purity of the PRP.
  • Anticoagulant inclusion: Prevents blood clotting and platelet aggregation, maintaining the integrity of the PRP.
  • Certified medical device: Classified as IIa class medical device in line with the Directive 93/42/EEC and subsequent amendments and additions.

Procedure Overview

The PRP procedure using Plasmolifting PRP Tubes involves the following steps:

  1. A small amount of blood is drawn from the patient.
  2. The blood is placed in the Plasmolifting PRP Tubes and centrifuged to separate the plasma rich in platelets.
  3. The concentrated PRP is then carefully injected into the knee joint under ultrasound guidance.

Benefits of PRP Therapy for Knee Joint Treatment

PRP therapy offers several benefits for knee joint treatment:

  • Non-surgical: PRP therapy is a minimally invasive procedure that avoids the risks and recovery time associated with surgery.
  • Natural healing: Utilizes the patient's own blood, reducing the risk of allergic reactions or infections.
  • Quick recovery: Most patients experience a quicker return to normal activities compared to traditional treatments.


The use of PRP therapy with Plasmolifting PRP Tubes represents a promising and effective treatment for knee joint issues. With the high-quality materials and certified medical standards of Plasmolifting PRP Tubes, patients can expect a safe and efficient procedure that promotes natural healing and pain relief.

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