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Platelet rich plasma (PRP) for facial rejuvenation

@inproceedings{Zenker2010PlateletRP,
  title={Platelet rich plasma (PRP) for facial rejuvenation},
  author={Sabine Zenker},
  year={2010}
}
As a result, human growth factors have been widely studied and today there are clinical applications of several individual growth factors. Examples are a keratinocyte growth factor (Kepivance®, Sweden) for oral mucositis and platelet derived growth factor (Regranex, UK) for non-healing diabetic wounds. However, these exogenous growth factors, when applied outside their normal environment, may have unwanted side effects. In 2008, the U.S. FDA identified the use of Becaplermin as a possible cause… 

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Platelet gels have global applications in surgery and are especially useful for the soft tissue and bony reconstructions encountered in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and have been associated with a decrease in operative time, necessity for drains and pressure dressings, and incidence of complications.

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The technical performance of the Plateltex system is reported in comparison with other commercially available systems: PRGF®, PRP‐Landesber, Curasan®, PCCS®, Harvest®, Vivostat®, Regen® and Fibrinet®.

Curative effect of autologous platelet-rich plasma on a large cutaneous lesion in a dog.

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This case report suggests that autologous PRP may be beneficial in the management of large skin defects or in delayed wound healing.

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Treatment with PC prepared at 5 times the baseline platelet count significantly accelerated maturation of experimental wounds and may be useful in scenarios in which enhancement and acceleration of early wound healing is desired.

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The PRF, considered as a healing biomaterial, could be used in tympanic and facial lipostructures surgeries, in order to improve the therapeutic result.

Platelet-Rich Plasma: A Review of Biology and Applications in Plastic Surgery

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The authors describe platelet biology and its role in wound healing; the preparation, characterization, and use of platelet-rich plasma; and those applications in plastic surgery for which it may be useful.

Buffered platelet-rich plasma enhances mesenchymal stem cell proliferation and chondrogenic differentiation.

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It is confirmed that PRP enhances MSC proliferation and suggest thatPRP causes chondrogenic differentiation of MSC in vitro and is suggested to be a potential biologic tool to treat acute and chronic tendon disorders.

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