Our services are custom-tailored for individual hospitals and surgeons with our 24-hour, 7 days a week availability. Why use our service for your Platelet-Gel needs? There are three reasons: We are Safe, Effective and Simple.


As a patient, a surgical procedure brings both uneasiness and concern. Achieving the most favorable surgical outcome is our main priority. Throughout the years, much research has been done on improving the healing of surgical wounds, which incorporates minimizing infection, swelling, pain, bruising, and scarring, while hastening wound closure and cosmetically improving incision lines. It is documented that Platelet Rich Plasma can be the single solution to all of these complications. Platelet Rich Plasma is 100% biocompatible and safe. It poses absolutely no infectious risk to the patient because it is made from the patient’s own plasma. No time consuming visits to the blood bank for pre-donation is required, and all the remarkable benefits of enhanced and superior wound healing is easily achieved for a markedly improved surgical outcome. The technology of centrifugal separation has made this incredible service an option for you.


Platelets play an important role in wound healing. They provide initial hemostasis and release mediators to help modulate the inflammatory response and many of the cellular functions involved in wound healing. Contained in the alpha granules of platelets are multiple growth factors, which would include PDGF, TGF, PDAF, PDEGF, EGF, TNF, LDGF, FGF, CTGF along with many others. Growth factors are proteins that impart specific biochemical messages to specific target cells through specific membrane receptors. Growth factors possess paracrine related properties which are stimulatory for mitogenic activities, cellular differentiation, protein transcription, chemotaxis, angiogenesis, and collagenase activities. Tissue repair begins with a clot formation and platelet degranulation which release the growth factors necessary for wound repair. The chemotactic and proliferative effects of these cytokines cause the migration of neutrophils and macrophages, adding an antimicrobial component to the wound site. Angiogenesis, fibroplasia, and collagen synthesis, caused by growth factors, lead to rapid re-epithelization and increased wound tensile strength. PDGF may also act as an exogenous source of growth factors to help stimulate the anabolic activity of bone cells. Osteoblast-like cells have been shown to be sensitive to the proliferative action of a wide variety of growth factors. These growth factors have been isolated from platelets and bone and are locally released in response to injury.


Autologous platelet rich plasma preparations involve the procurement of 50-100ml of blood drawn from the patient at the point of care. The blood is processed using choice PRP devices yielding 5-10ml of PRP. PRP platelet counts should be over 500,000/μl, but ideally greater than 1,000,000/μl. The PRP is then activated with calcified thrombin and applied to the wound site or mixed with bone material for implantation. This procedure is usually performed in under an hour by a well trained and qualified technician.
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