Platelet Rich Plasma

Emcyte Pure PRP

EmCyte Pure PRP

When it comes to PRP the amount of product information is overwhelming. You’ve got single spin systems and dual spin systems. There’s leukocyte rich and leukocyte poor. Should you have red blood cells in it, or do they need to be completely removed? At what concentration of platelets is plasma even considered enriched?

EmCyte manufacturers one of the most, if not the most, flexible PRP systems on the market. Not only can we help you navigate through all of the questions above, depending on your needs, we can also provide a PRP solution that fits within all of the variations mentioned above. Our advantage, in addition to offering a fantastic product, is our service and availability. If you’re in the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast we will come to your office and discuss all of the above, and more, so you can make an educated decision. If you’d like us to come visit or would just like to speak further please e-mail: info@5linemed.com or call or text 609-975-9884. We’ll bring demos, explain the processing in detail, and answer any other questions you may have. Staff training and follow-on in-service are complimentary. We look forward to hearing from you!

About Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet rich plasma is a complex composition of cellular components that, when prepared properly, can be used to heal and repair a host of injuries and conditions. Platelet rich plasma is a biologic, and the cornerstone of the consortium of regenerative therapies used in modern medicine. It is chosen over surgery for many conditions, ranging from degenerative joint disease, to tendon and ligament tears. When it is prepared correctly, it can make a difference in recovery.

What is Clinical Platelet Rich Plasma (C-PRP)

Clinical platelet rich plasma (C-PRP) contains a clinical dose of concentrated platelets in a treatment sample. Scientific studies provide proof of bone and soft tissue healing enhancement with a minimum PRP platelet count of 1,000,000 platelets per microliter1. This translates to a minimum of 1 billion platelets per milliliter. Therefore, a 5mL treatment sample of C-PRP should contain at least 5 billion deliverable platelets, for clinical efficacy.

Importance of Platelets in C-PRP

Platelets contain alpha granules that are full of growth factors. These growth factors are key to the proliferative repair of damaged tissue. Growth factors stimulate cellular growth, differentiation, proliferation and healing. Growth factors are the single most important component of C-PRP when used as a regenerative biologic. Growth factors in C-PRP are a potent and effective releasate.