PRP Theraphy Adventages
- Special kit Designed for an appropriate separation and concentration of PRP
- Patented technology by which precise extraction is possible because you can identify Buffy Coat with your eyes
- Special concentration kit enables you to make an easy and convenient control of the PRP concentration ratio
- Gamma irradiation ensures the safety of the product from bacterial infection
- No other chemical additives than anticoagulant are used in the process of PRP separation
- Larger blood volume in collection tube(25~30ml)
- Regulation: ISO 13485, CE class Ⅱa
PRP Therapy common Application
- Enhanced regeneration of epithelial cells
- Fast recovery
- Pain relief
It quickens the recovery of corneal epithelial cells
and the stability of corrected eyesight by enhancing
the wound healing of autologous serum-derived
growth factors and EGF.
Side effects prevention
- Prevention of ophthalmoxerosis
- Prevention of ocular hypoxia
It effectively prevents the side effects such as
ophthalmoxerosis and ocular hypoxia caused
by the nutritional status in plasma after surgery.
Given the fact that platelet-rich plasma is an autologous product, allergic reactions or infections due to cross-contamination from donor to recipient should not occur.
Previous treatments were stopped 48h before starting the PRP treatment. The PRP treat with 6 topical eye drops per day for up to 7days on 4°C or up to 1month on -20°C. Avoid freeze-thaw cycles.
PRP could help to improve ocular surface regeneration in cases of micropunctate keratitis, decrease inflammation, accelerate and stimulate wound healing processed and may also have a lubricant effect. The preservative component present in these steroid solutions can also affect the bonds between epithelial cell of the cornea inducing punctate keratopathy that may develop into a corneal ulcer. PRP does not contain any preservatives so these risks are not considered.