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posted: 1/15/2022 at 12:15:37 PM ET
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Plasmolifting PRP Tubes
Today, aesthetic medicine is in its heyday, and many different techniques are available to women and men who want to prolong their youth and look great.
These are nursing procedures, hardware techniques and injection! A worthy place in this row is occupied by plasmolifting – one of the most popular procedures!
It consists of several stages, one of which is the collection of the patient's blood and the preparation of platelet-enriched plasma from it.
That is, as you understand, the beauty elixir is made from the patient's own blood, which means that the risk of an allergic reaction is reduced to zero.
Our website offers, among other things, the so-called Gel PRP Tubes for the production of platelet-rich plasma (PRP).
What is PRP therapy?
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma - platelet-rich plasma) is the platelet-rich plasma of the patient himself.
If white blood cells (leukocytes) are needed to protect the body, and red blood cells (erythrocytes) are needed to transport oxygen, then platelets are responsible for blood clotting in case of tissue damage.
Thanks to platelets, bleeding stops quickly, which means injuries do not cause serious damage to health. In the 1980s, scientists found out that platelets promote wound healing not only because of their ability to make blood thicker, but also because they secrete specific protein compounds - growth factors. These are biologically active polypeptide molecules that activate receptors on the cell surface. As a result, the regeneration process starts: the cells divide intensively, the wound heals, tightens.




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