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Perfusion Solution, Inc. can provide your facility blood management strategies that include bloodless medicine pocedures, autologous blood collection and procession, Platelet Gels and autologous haemostatic agents with a myriad of benefits:

Antimicrobial Protection
“Platelet concentrate appears to have potent antimicrobial capacity against staphyloccus aurreus platelet concentrate might represent a useful strategy against post operative infections.”
- Moojen: University Medical Center Utrecht, Dept. of Orthopedics, Utrecht, NL

“Platelets can exert a variety of biological functions, one of which is to combat invading microorganisms.”
- Zaat: CINIMA (Center of Infection and Immunity Amsterdam), Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, NL

Oral Surgery: Sinus Lift Bone Grafting

“Bone grafts with growth factors from PRP demonstrated greater trabicular bone density than bone grafts without PRP (74% vs. 55%).”
- Marx: Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Path 1998;85:638-46

Cosmetic Surgery: Abdominalplasty

“The use of PRP in abdominoplasty procedures resulted in fewer seromas wounds healed more rapidly and with a more esthetic result.”
- Jackson: Amer Jour Cos Surg Vol.20, No.4, 2003

Cosmetic Surgery: Face Lift

“The use of autologous fibrin glue and platelet gel resulted in shorter operating times, elimination of drains, compressive dressings reductions, reduction of pain and post-op swelling and improved wound healing with resultant shorter recovery time.”
- Man: Aesth Plast Surg, June 2000

Cardiac: Sternal Closure
“The incidence of superficial infection was significantly lower in the PRP group compared with control. There was a similar relationship found when comparing deep sternal wound infections.”
- Towbridge: JECT 2005;37:381-386

Sports Medicine: Lateral Epicondylitis/Tennis Elbow

“PRP therapy is as effective as surgery, with sustained and significant improvement over time, no side effects, and high patient acceptance.”
- Mishra: Treatment of Chronic Severe Elbow Tendinosis with PRP. Am J Sports Med 2006; 34:1774-1778

Podiatry: Plantar Fasciitis

“Injecting into recalcitrant, symptomatic plantar fascia may cause a reparative effect leading to a resolution of symptoms.”
- Barrett: Growth Factors for Chronic Plantar Fasciitis. Podiatry Today, Nov 2004

Sports Medicine: ACL Repair

“Knees that received (platelet) gel showed greater defect filling and increased mechanical strength compared to untreated knees.”
- Murray: Use of collagen-PRP scaffold to stimulate healing. J Orth Res 2006;24:820-83

Chronic Wound: Diabetic Foot Syndrome

“More patients treated with PRP achieved complete wound healing (55% vs. 24%) than in the control group (p<0,05). The rate of healing was faster in the PRP group (9,2 vs. 12,2 weeks). The frequency and severity of adverse events (infection and vascular complications) was significantly higher in the control group (9 vs. 2, p=0,02).”
- Friese: 5th Int´l symposium on the diabetic foot, Noordwijkerhout, NL 2007

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