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Data

Conclusive Research. As the term suggests, conclusive research is meant to provide information that is useful in reaching conclusions or decision-making. It tends to be quantitative in nature, that is to say in the form of numbers that can be quantified and summarized.

 

Moreover, PRP companies are yet to provide quantitative data to prove their claimed platelet concentrate. They use blood films, which is simply a smear sample of blood that's tested on a specially treated slide. A laboratory examines the slide under a microscope and looks at the size, shape, and number of different types of blood cells. It's an estimate and replies on the laboratory practitioner to visually count the cells!

Conclusive Data

Baseline: WBC to measure the baseline cell count of platelets, RBC and WBC

PRP: Cell count after centrifugation following manufacturer's protocol 

i-PRF: Cell count after centrifugation following manufacturer's protocol

Results

i-PRF yields a significantly higher platelet count than PRP.

Three well know PRP kits were tested, the average platelet count is 125 [10^9/L], this is actually lower than the baseline due to the platelets being spun down below the separation gel during centrifugation.

Scientific Data

» i-PRF YIELDS A HIGHER PLATELET COUNT THAN PRP

Summary

Conclusive scientific data shows i-PRF is the superior autologous therapy, the standardized protocol, higher cell count, biocompatibility and simple preparation method is an exciting development in regenerative medicine and the Smart Cell System is a true game changer.

Published Literature 

» PRF MAY EXTEND LONGEVITY OF FAT GRAFTS

Shaoheng Xiong, M.D., Lihong Qiu, M.D., Yinjun Su, M.D., Ph.D., Hui Zheng, M.D., Chenggang Yi, M.D., Ph.D.

» ROLE OF PLATELET-RICH FIBRIN IN WOUND HEALING

Balaram Naik, P Karunakar, M Jayadev, and V Rahul Marshal

» GROWTH FACTOR MEASUREMENT AND HISTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS IN PLATELET-RICH FIBRIN

Soh Nishimoto,corresponding author Kazutoshi Fujita, Yohei Sotsuka, Masato Kinoshita, Toshihiro Fujiwara, Kenichiro Kawai, and Masao Kakibuchi

» PLATELET-RICH FIBRIN (PRF) FOR HAIR LOSS

Kian Karimi, M.D., Helena Rockwell, B.Sc.

» THE EFFECT OF PLATELET-RICH FIBRIN ON NASAL SKIN THICKNESS IN RHINOPLASTY

Sercan Gode, M.D., Arin Ozturk, M.D., Erkan Kısmalı, M.D., Veysel Berber, M.D., Goksel Turhal, M.D. | Facial Plast Surg | 2019

» EFFECT OF INJECTABLE PLATELET-RICH FIBRIN ON DICED CARTILAGE’S VIABILITY IN RHINOPLASTY

Sercan Gode, M.D., Arin Ozturk, M.D., Veysel Berber, M.D., Erkan Kısmalı, M.D. | Facial Plast Surg | 2019

» NEW FRONTIERS IN SKIN REJUVENATION INCLUDING STEM CELLS AND AUTOLOGOUS THERAPIES

Aunna Pourang, M.Da., Helena Rockwell, B.Scb., Kian Karimi, M.Dc. | Facial Plast Surg Clin | 2020

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