Regenerative Medicine

Tropocells Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelet-Rich Plasma is defined as an autologous concentrated preparation of platelets and their associated growth factors in a small volume of plasma, and is considered an innovative and promising approach in tissue regeneration1. Tropocells® PRP is used to promote physiological wound healing and rapid tissue regeneration by delivering growth factors at high concentrations to the treated site2. The therapy may help in connective tissue healing, reducing scar tissue, bone regeneration (spinal fusion, bone fracture healing, cartilage and ligament regeneration and repair, and development of new blood vessels. Visible results may take between 2-6 weeks and will vary between individuals. This variance depends on factors such as general health, age, diet, smoking and skin type3

Unique features of Tropocells® PRP

  • 10 minute spin time
  • Physiologic pH anti-coagulant
  • Higher anabolic to catabolic cells ratio 22:1
  • Monocytes outnumber neutrophils 2.7:1
  • Maintains separation, eliminating RBCs from the concentration
  • Option to use 11 mL tubes or 22 mL tubes
  • Flexibility to concentrate PRP further 

For more information on Tropocells® PRP, please visit tropocells.com.au


References: 1. Platelet-rich plasma: a review of biology and applications in plastic surgery. Eppley BL et al. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2006 2. Emer, J., 2019. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP): Current
Applications In Dermatology. [online] Skin Therapy Letter. Available at: <http://www.skintherapyletter. com/dermatology/platelet-rich-plasma-prp/> [Accessed 28 July 2020]. 3. Gupta, A., Versteeg, S., Rapaport, J., Hausauer, A., Shear, N. and Piguet, V., 2019. The Efficacy of Platelet-Rich Plasma in the Field of Hair Restoration and Facial Aesthetics—A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery, 23(2), pp.185-203. ICMS guidelines, section VIII