01 Overview

The safe and effective leukocyte-reduced A-PRP for musculoskeletal applications

RegenKit A-PRP is composed of sterile disposable tubes, butterfly needle, transfer devices and syringes, packaged in a single-use double blister. RegenKit cell separator gel allows for the easy, rapid and consistent preparation from a small volume of blood of A-PRP with an optimal platelet concentration and viability.

02 Details

What is A-PRP?

The patient’s platelet concentrate prepared with RegenKit®


Platelets

are key factors in hard and soft tissue repair mechanism. They provide essential growth factors, such as FGF, PDGF, TGF-B, EGF, VEGF, IGF, which are involved in stem cell migration, differentiation and proliferation. Additionally, platelets also stimulate fibroblasts and endothelial cells to induce new extraceullar matrix deposition and neo-vascularisation respectively. The platelets are concentrated from the patient’s own blood.

Plasma

contains many factors essential for cell survival including nutrients, vitamins, hormones, electrolytes, growth factors (such as IGF and HGF), and proteins. Among the plasma proteins, the molecules vital for the coagulation process and for the fibrin polymer formation will serve as a scaffold cell for migration and new tissue regeneration.

How does PRP Work?

Blood is taken directly from the patient using the patented RegenLab PRP tube, in a procedure similar to a blood test.

The patented tube is then centrifuged, which separates the red blood cells from PRP using a special gel. The PRP is then directly injected into the focus area to support and help accelerate the process of tissue regeneration and repair. RegenLab PRP contains fundamental growth factors, which are activated by the platelets which help initiate the tissue regeneration process.

For example, when you cut yourself, the body’s natural response is to attract platelets that release growth factors and facilitate healing. By concentrating the platelets we increase the release of growth factors.

Osteoarthritis

In osteoarthritis of the knee, hip and shoulder, A-PRP® treatment resulted in improved functional outcomes and reduced pain in patients with eaerly stage diseased and has been shown to be markedly more effective than both hyaluronic acid and A-PRP prepared using a laboratory method

Chondropathies

A-PRP injection in chondropathy of the knee, hip, ankle, and shoulder signifacntly improved the clinical outcomes over time. In all treated pre-treatment period was observed with p-values still significant compared to baseline at the final available follow up at 3 years.

Tendinopathies

In tendinopathiesm A-PRP® treatmen provided significant clinical benefits in upto 90% of patients with continuous improvement over time with low levels of relapse and was found to be particularly effective in insertional tendinopathies.

Back pain

Facet joints physiopathology can be cause by mechanical diseases, inflamatory issues or nueropathic diseases.

PRP

therapy helps to accelerate and promote the body ‘s natural healing and rejuvenation process without subjecting patients to significant risk. The philosophy is to merge cutting edge technology with the body’s natural ability to heal. PRP technology was initially developed 20 years ago to aid with wound healing and blood loss. Now it is being used successfully across a wide range of applications such as skin rejuvenation, hair loss treatment, sports injuries, wound care and gynaecology.

A-PRP (Autologous Platelet-Rich Plasma)

is received from patients own blood in order to biostimulate skin cells. Autologous Cell Therapy uses the richness of growth factors contained in platelet rich plasma and the process of mesenchymal stem cells stimulation to regenerate and revitalize damaged skin.

RegenACR Kit

cell separator gel allows for the easy, rapid and consistent preparation, from a small volume of blood, of PRP with an optimal platelet concentration and viability.

Regen Lab specializes in autologous platelet rich plasma (PRP™), standardized with Regenkit Medical Devices, in addition to the combination of platelets with cells, such as adipose tissue and MSC’s from bone marrow. PRP therapy and PRP injections, alone and in combination with other cells, are the most widely used cell therapies of regenerative medicine.