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#1 Posted : Wednesday, May 11, 2022 7:52:57 AM
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Plasmolifting PRP Practice in Orthopedics
The modern view of an orthopedist on the problem of tissue damage and wear is to preserve the maximum amount of the patient's own tissues for as long as possible and as long as possible!
Regenerative technologies can be considered as the main mechanism of local restoration of damaged tissues.
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma, platelet-rich plasma) is a blood plasma in which the platelet concentration exceeds normal. Normally, the concentration of platelets in the blood ranges between 150,000 cl/ml and 350,000 cl/ml and averages 200,000 cl/ml.
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The use of this method in medicine began in the 1950s, active use in traumatology and orthopedics in the 1990s. However, the peak of popularity can be said that we are currently experiencing.
Why platelets? It is in these wonderful cells that a huge number of different "growth factors", Ca and K ions, cytokines, clotting factors, antibacterial and fungicidal proteins are contained. When PRP is injected locally into the damage zone, these biologically active substances interact and a cascade of regenerative reactions is triggered.
Application of PRP in traumatology and orthopedics:
Osteoarthritis of the knee, shoulder, ankle, hip joints.
Epicondylitis ("tennis player's elbow", "golfer's elbow").
Tendinitis of the patella's own ligament ("jumper's knee").
Injuries to the tendons of the rotator cuff of the shoulder (impeachment syndrome).
Tendinitis of the tendon of the long head of the biceps muscle of the shoulder.
Achilles tendon tendinitis.
Enthesopathies of various localization.
Osteochondropathy (Osgood–Schlatter disease, Leuven).
Tunnel neuropathies.
Traumatic injuries of muscles and tendons.
Delayed consolidation of fractures.
Use in the postoperative period.
PRP effect:
Reducing the level of pain.
Reducing the manifestation of the disease.
Reduction of inflammation.
Reduction of edema.
Regeneration of damaged tissues.
Improvement of metabolic processes.
Antiseptic effect.
Reduction of rehabilitation periods.
In the treatment of osteoarthritis, the anti-inflammatory, chondroprotective and lubricative effects of PRP are especially important.

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