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    REMI PRP Centrifuge

    REMI is a leading name in India for Blood Bank & Laboratory equipment. Our expertise in blood component separation brings the best solution ‐ PRP centrifuge for low volume autologous PRP extraction within shortest possible time.
    PRP centrifuges are available in Refrigerated versions.
    PRP Centrifuge brings automation & ease of operation with simple steps to separate the autologous PRP.

    • Specially designed for PRP kits to ensure standard platelet property & standard platelet count
    • Microprocessor controls on all run parameters (RPM/RCF, Acceleration, deceleration, time & temperature) for consistent high platelet’s yield
    • Safety Features:
      Door interlock, imbalance cut off, overload protection
    • Ease of Operation:
      LCD display to select parameter, Feather touch Keypads
    • Dedicated interactive preset button:
      Programmed to pre-cool / run at recommended temperature for blood processing “ Avoids Hemolysis (AABB manual*)
    • F1 for pre-cool for keeping the centrifuge ready for separation
    • F2 for 1st spin for platelet separation
    • F3 for 2nd spin for platelet concentrate
    • Hygienic:
      Easy to clean Stainless steel chamber
    • Stable:
      Brushless induction drive motor (practically maintenance free)

    How To Extract Platelet Rich Plasma
    Use 20 cc syringe take 2 cc of anticoagulant and then draw 18cc of blood & mix well. Inject the blood to Dr.PRP kit through the upper injection port (For easier injection, tilt the kit) 1st centrifugation
    press F2 button on PRP Centrifuge. (balance before procedure)
    Adjust the height of separated boundary by pulling up or down the adjusting knob
    Mix & draw Platelet
    concentrate with 5 cc
    syringe. Then
    Open the upper
    silicone lid on the Kit.
    Take out PPP with
    10cc syringe
    2nd Centrifugation
    press F3 button on
    PRP centrifuge.
    (balance before
    Block the plasma and
    the RBC layer
    completely, fasten the
    adjusting knob

    PRP – Platelet Rich Plasma

    The PRP therapy is gaining in popularity as single supportive treatment option for many indications. Autologous PRP contains different growth factors and other cytokines which may elicit gathering of stem cells around the damaged region stimulating cellular proliferation and tissue regeneration.
    PRP contains growth factors that stimulate cellular growth and division.

    • TGF-B (Transforming Growth Factor-beta)
    • bGFG (Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor)
    • PDGFa-b (Platelet Derived Growth Factor)
    • EGF (Epidermal Growth Factor)
    • VEGF (Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor)
    • CTGF (Connective Tissue Growth Factor)

    PRP Advantage

    Using autologous blood means there is no risk of infection, allergic reaction, or any other side effect.
    The treatment is quick and absolutely non-Invasive.
    Patient feel no sense
    of violation by foreign bodi es and the treatment effects are completely natural.
    Because the treatment
    uses growth factors, its effects are superior & effective.
    Autologous Platelets: Effective but Delicate to Handle
    • Vibration free centrifugation with right speed, time & temperature is important for intact biological properties
    • Platelet’s Processing & storing temperature at 22C is important …………………………………………….. *AABB Technical Manual 18th Edition
    • Cooling centrifuge saves platelets from the effect of heat generated during centrifugation ……… **Blood Vol 32,No.2 (August), 1998
    Keep blood at room temperature (20 to 24 C) before separating platelet-rich plasma from the red cells. This separation must take place within 8 hours of phlebotomy.
    * Method 6.13. Preparation of Platelets from Whole Blood; AABB Technical Manual 18th Edition
    Heat induced loss of functional capacity is due to irreversible structural changes in platelets develop after warming PRP above 40°C. Heat produced a distinct
    morphological transformation characterized by loss of discoid shape, irregular swelling, and movement of hyaloplasmic organelles.
    ** Effect of heat on platelet structure and function; Dr James G. White; Blood, Vol.32, No. 2 (August), 1998
    Technical Specifications

    PRP Plus

    Max. Tube Size (ml) 20
    Max. Capacity (ml) 80
    * Min. Temeprature (°C) 22
    Dimensions W x D x H (mm) 480 x 585 x 530
    Noise Level <58 (dB)
    Voltage Stabilizers VS – 02
    Supply: 220-240 Volts 50 Hz, single Phase

    * Note: Depending on capacity, type of rotor centrifugation speed, ambient temperatures and other parameters.