Expert opinion: tubes for PRP treatment

Plasmolifting is a PRP procedure adapted to the modern conditions and challenges of regenerative medicine, which was developed by Dr. Renat Akhmerov. As a developer and practicing doctor, the scientist has a unique database on the subject of Plasmolifting with reliable statistics, analyzes and research results. This offers the possibility of further developing this method and making it more and more effective and beneficial both in terms of its performance and the therapeutic effects obtained, and from an economic point of view.

The Plasmolifting procedure was developed more than 20 years ago by Prof. Dr. med. Sc. Renat Akhmerov and is a unique method of treatment and recovery based on the patient's own blood plasma. Over the years, Plasmolifting has grown into the Dr. Renat Akhmerov Plasmolifting Praxis® and significantly influenced aesthetic, therapeutic and surgical medicine. Regarding the Plasmolifting procedure of Dr. Renat Akhmerov, it is worth noting that the technique not only does not cause harm, but is also actively used to treat side effects and complications, aftercare after surgical treatments and in many different therapeutic interventions.

A clear treatment protocol and the use of tubes that have been tried and tested countless times enable the achievement of stable and predictable treatment success.

The PRP tubes recommended by Dr. Renat Akhmerov and used in his practice have the following 2 main advantages:

- They contain high-quality sodium citrate that is approved for use for in-vivo infusions.

Such a sodium citrate does not cause allergic reactions and has no systemic or local negative effect on the human body. It is to explicitly emphasize that laboratory tubes that are only intended for in-vitro use may not be used to extract and re-injection of blood products. By using such laboratory tubes for PRP treatment, the patient may suffer irreparable harm to health!

- Thixotropic gel

It is a special gel inside the tube that very efficiently and stably separates plasma together with blood platelets during centrifugation first and foremost from erythrocytes. The gel itself is chemically neutral and does not react with the content of the tube, does not change its physical and chemical properties. As a result, a supernatant is formed above the gel layer: plasma, which is enriched with living and already activated blood plates, growth factors, amino acids, micro and macrominerals and vitamins. Here a distinction is made between 3 layers of plasma with the platelet concentrations of 50,000, 200,000 and 600,000 cells per ?l. The plasma is mixed from the tube before it is removed and the concentration of the platelets is then homogeneous: approx. 200,000 per ?l. We recommend enlarging the number of blood plates by increasing the volume of the plasma obtained: m = Vq, where m is the absolute number of platelets, v is the plasma volume, q is the concentration of the platelets. For this it is therefore necessary not to administer 0.2-0.3 ml, but 1-2 ml of platelet-rich plasma. Double centrifugation and addition of calcium chloride to activate the platelets are not required.

The vacuum system implemented in the PRP tubes facilitates the process of taking blood and contributes to protecting both the doctor and the patient from risks of infection. The blood does not come into contact with the external environment and immediately comes into a sterile tube from the vein. Here it is added that the tubes are made of particularly strong glass and are difficult to break.

You can buy the tube recommended by Dr. Renat Akhmerov at the following link.

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