PLASMOLIFTING™ CENTRIFUGE XC 2415
Manufacturer : Industrie Biomediche
Pack Size : 1 piece
Accessories : package insert
|1 - 5 pack(s)||$395.00 USD|
|6 - 10 pack(s)||$395.00 USD|
|11 - 20 pack(s)||$395.00 USD|
|21 - 50 pack(s)||$395.00 USD|
|51+ pack(s)||$395.00 USD|
The Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2415 is an instrument used in the preparation of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). This item is available at Doctor Medica at low wholesale prices. Order directly from our website at www.doctormedica.co, or contact a customer service associate through email or phone to place your purchase order today.
The product is an affordable centrifuge designed for the Plasmolifting protocol, a procedure established for the preparation of autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from whole blood. The centrifuge features large touch buttons for speed and timer settings, and a large liquid crystal display (LCD) for better visibility. Safety features include lid lock while the rotor is in motion and a notification alert when rotor has stopped spinning.
This medical lab instrument is a centrifuge with the following specifications:
PRP is a derivative of the patient’s blood which contains a higher concentration of platelets than found in whole blood. With the higher concentration of platelets, the concentrations of growth factors and cytokines are also increased. These signaling proteins are important in various biological processes related to tissue regeneration and wound repair, including tissue remodeling, inflammatory responses and cell proliferation. PRP therapy is suggested to be beneficial in improving conditions like sports injuries, hair loss, and acne scar revision, and as of late has gained popularity as therapy for facial rejuvenation.
The centrifugation process is an important step in the generation of platelet-rich plasma. Centrifugation allows for the separation of whole blood into different components, including a platelet-concentrated layer. Isolation and extraction of this layer is the final step of PRP preparation, after which the final product is ready to be administered to the patient.
This instrument is used to centrifuge whole blood samples collected in Plasmolifting tubes. The Plamolifting protocol is performed according to the following steps:
Depending on the application, several sessions (two to ten intervals of seven to ten days) may be needed to obtain optimal effects.
How long will the treatment take?
PRP injections usually take no more than 30 minutes to prepare and administer. Patients enjoy the benefit of minimal downtime with PRP therapy.
PRP therapy has a wide range of applications in various fields including sports medicine and orthopedics. In aesthetic medicine, this modality can be used for the following concerns:
PRP therapy can be used on place like the face, neck and décolleté, as well as the back of the hands and feet to improve the appearance of wrinkles and loose skin.
PRP injections help accelerate tissue regeneration and healing, making then suitable as additional therapy to skin resurfacing procedures. Due to its collagen-stimulating properties, PRP can provide long-lasting results of up to 18 months in some patients, depending on the application.
Licensed practitioners who are considering offering PRP therapy should purchase certified instruments like the Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC 2415 that guarantee efficacy and safety in preparation of autologous PRP.
Patients who are looking to improve or treat their age-related skin concerns in a non-invasive manner may benefit from PRP therapy. As it is derived from the patient’s own blood, this therapy is ideal for patients who are unwilling or unable to receive synthetic fillers. In addition, PRP therapy can enhance the results of other aesthetic procedures like laser procedures, mesotherapy, and microneedling.
PRP therapy makes use of the patient’s own platelets; as such, this treatment is regarded as very safe with almost no risk of allergic reactions. However, as this procedure involves needlework, the patient is expected to experience injection-related reactions including redness, swelling, tenderness or pain at the site of application. These are anticipated to resolve within a few days.
This list of side effects is not complete; a full list of side effects, precautions, and contraindications can be found on the product leaflet.