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The results are in
Due to overwhelming demand and interest in our side by side esthetic PRP analysis, we are proud to bring you the first installment of our Educational Webinar Series. This webinar will be recorded and available for review on our EDUCATION portal for registered Plymouth Medical health care providers.
Do you know what your Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is made of?
On October 4th 2018, the Plymouth Medical team took the blood of 1 patient (150mL to be exact) and we used it to process PRP using various commercially available esthetic PRP systems per each manufacturer’s Instructions for Use (IFU).
We are honored to have Dr Jeremy Magalon graciously accept to discuss our Micros ES60 Hemocytometer results from our side by side PRP analysis. Specifically, we tested the following PRP systems using the same patient's blood to evaluate the cellular composition of each PRP:
EmCyte PurePRP and
Dr Magalon is Medical Biologist specialized in Cell Therapy in France. He holds a university degree in Regenerative Medicine and a MSc in Tissue, Cell and Gene biotherapies. He is author of more than 30 papers and 2 book chapters in regenerative medicine, and has been speaker at more than 30 national and international congresses and courses.
His team’s publication in the British Medical Journal SEM in 2015 proposed a specific DEPA classification system for PRP systems to better help clinicians selecting a system that meets their specific needs for given indications.
Reference: Magalon J, Chateau AL, Bertrand B, et al DEPA classification: a proposal for standardising PRP use and a retrospective application of available devices BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine 2016;2:e000060. doi: 10.1136/bmjsem-2015-000060
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