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YES PRP Kit - Platelet Rich Plasma

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is an advanced treatment physicians have used to help repair damaged or injured tissues in the body. This minimally invasive procedure helps initiate the regenerative process by harvesting the growth factors that platelets are known to contain. PRP treatment is autologous; there is little to no risk of rejection or allergic reaction.

The treatment is quick, essentially painless and harnesses the body’s natural healing abilities without surgery or drugs. The goal of the treatment is intentional, targeted inflammation at a point of injury. The result is stimulation of growth factors, attraction of stem cells and instigation of the healing cascade.

PRP Therapy has been shown to be effective in combination with Radio-Frequency, IPL, ablative and non-ablative laser, and various forms of micro-channel therapy to address pigmentation, texture and other visible signs of solar damage.


YES PRP Kit Advantages

Technology YES PRP Comments
Requires Gel No No potential of contamination from separation gel
Easy to Access PRP Yes Segmentation of PPP in separate syringe for topical use
20cc Single Kit Configuration Yes Up to 11cc of usable combination of PPP, PRP and Buffy Coat
Swing Arm/ Slow Stop Centrifuge Yes Virtually no platelet damage from centrifugation
Extraction Requiring a needle No Threaded rod pushes yield into attached syringe for easy access and use
Red Blood Cells Segmented Yes Easy to keep RBCs out of yield and extraction
Push Transfer Yes No needle required to extract PRP - Total control of yield
Filtration Required No Keeps the usable yield in its purest form
Activate just prior to injection Yes This keeps platelets in their original unimpaired state prior to being utilized
Control the volume of PPP Yes Allows physician to control the concentration of PRP used with patient


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If physicians use a product for an indication not in the approved labeling, they have to inform the patient, adhere to good medical practice and have the responsibility to be well informed about the product, to base its use on firm scientific rationale and on sound medical evidence and to maintain records of the product's use and effects (source:

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