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VENOME Platelet Rich Plasma and Fibrin (PRP+ iPRF)

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VENOME Platelet Rich Plasma and Fibrin (PRP+ iPRF) Kit enables the expert administration of a procedure utilizing platelet-rich plasma and platelet-rich fibrin. Both PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) and iPRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) are autologous therapies harnessing the skin’s natural regenerative processes.

The package includes:

  • PRP tubes with anticoagulant (ACD), 10 ml – 2 pcs.
  • IPRF tubes without additives, 10 ml – 2 pcs.
  • Blood collection set 21 G x 3/4 – 2 items
  • Gauze swabs – 3 pcs.
  • Combi Stopper closing cones – 2 pcs.
  • 5 ml syringes – 3 pcs.

Ingredients of the product:

  • Platelet rich plasma PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)
  • Platelet rich fibrin IPRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin)

The advantages of utilizing of VENOME Platelet Rich Plasma and Fibrin (PRP+ iPRF):

  • Throughout the procedure, various growth factors are liberated, including transforming growth factor (TGF), platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF), fibroblast growth factor (FGF), insulin-like growth factor (IGF), vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), epithelial growth factor (EGF), and mesenchymal stem cells

Product Application Guidelines:

Disinfect the skin and insert the needle from the blood collection kit into a suitable vein. Begin by collecting blood into the IPRF tubes. Once filled, place them in the centrifuge facing each other and set the time and speed: 2 minutes at 500 G. While the IPRF tubes spin, collect blood into the remaining PRP tubes. Ensure thorough mixing of blood with the anticoagulant by gently agitating each filled tube at least 8 times. Clean and disinfect the treatment site for both PRP and IPRF. After spinning the IPRF tubes, carefully remove them from the centrifuge and place them in the test tube rack. Then, spin the PRP tubes for 8 minutes at 2300 RPM. In the spun IPRF tube, the upper layer contains platelet-rich fibrin (IPRF), while erythrocytes settle at the bottom. Use a 40 mm 21G needle to release the vacuum and collect 1 ml of fibrin from the top layer. Repeat the process with the second tube. Administer the fibrin at the desired site using a 4 mm or 13 mm 30G needle. Platelet-rich fibrin must be injected within 5 minutes after spinning. After spinning the PRP tubes, remove them carefully from the centrifuge and place them in the test tube rack. In the spun tube, the top 2/3 consists of platelet-poor plasma (PPP), the middle 1/3 contains platelet-rich plasma suspended with platelets, and erythrocytes settle at the bottom. Use a 40 mm 21G needle to remove vacuum and a 70 mm 20G needle with a 5 ml syringe vertically inserted in the middle. Collect the buffy coat and plasma with a circular, swirling motion. Secure the syringe with the Combi Stopper closing cone, ensuring even distribution of platelets by gently agitating the contents for 30–60 seconds. Replace the Combi Stopper with a 4 mm or 13 mm 30G needle and inject the plasma at the desired site within 20 minutes of centrifugation.