Nowadays, PRP can be improved to be more efficient.
We call this improved version as “Sonicated PRP”. That can increase intensity of Growth Factors over than 8 times in normal blood.
This process requires ultrasonic machine. But it must be special kind of machine which is not generally found in the market. It gives better results than those of general PRP.
MHC utilizes this process by installing this modern tool. Sonicated PRP does not require to be repeated often like general PRP which is needed to repeat every month.
What is PRP?
PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma that is a process for collecting blood from patients before spinning with Centrifuge in order to separate Plasma with high concentration of platelet and growth factors that are higher than those in blood by three times.
Subsequently, platelet with high concentration will be injected in required areas.
Platelet has a special property acting as a technician in blood circulation system.
In the event of any torn blood vessel or injury, besides acting as a wall to prevent bleeding, platelet also releases growth factors and important substances used for repairing tissues.
We apply PRP to heal injury of muscle and knee joints as well as to skin beauty and hair loss treatment.
Sonicated PRP is filling plasma and platelet obtained from spinning in PRP process into a tool releasing ultrasonic wave (Bioruptor® Sonicator) for disseminating platelet and releasing various types of growth factors over than 8 times in normal blood.
What are benefits of Sonicated PRP?
- It helps to stimulate new blood vessel generation in treated area.
- It helps to stimulate division of hair root cells.
- It helps to prevent hair root cell regression in treated area.
We can use Sonicated PRP to enhance normal treatment and even monotherapy for some patients that cannot be treated by medication or hair transplant.
The treatment results based on medical research reveals that it gives better results than those of general PRP with a smaller number of injections.
By Dr. Thitiwat Wirarojratchakul and Dr. Jarasnat Lortaraprasert
Source : https://www.researchgate.net/publication/321060465_Alopecia_and_platelet-derived_therapies
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