Modulation of wound response and soft tissue ingrowth in synthetic and allogeneic implants with platelet concentrate.

@article{Sclafani2005ModulationOW,
  title={Modulation of wound response and soft tissue ingrowth in synthetic and allogeneic implants with platelet concentrate.},
  author={Anthony P. Sclafani and Thomas J Romo and Gennady Ukrainsky and Steven A. McCormick and Jason A. Litner and Sherwin V Kevy and May S Jacobson},
  journal={Archives of facial plastic surgery},
  year={2005},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={163-9}
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the modulation of wound healing and soft tissue ingrowth in synthetic and allogeneic implants with platelet gel. Attempts to influence wound healing with exogenous growth factors are highly dependent on the timing and dosing of treatment. Platelet gel made from autologous platelet concentrate (PC) and activated with calcium thrombin is increasingly used to enhance healing of surgical and chronic wounds, based on the assumption that proteins found in the blood can promote… CONTINUE READING
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