Pub Med Published Studies
Increasing Platelet Concentration in Platelet-Rich Plasma Inhibits Anterior Cruciate Ligament Cell Function in Three-Dimensional Culture
Abstract The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a key stabiliz-er of the knee that is prone to injury, especially inyoung, active women. The annual incidence
Abstract Musculoskeletal injuries and impairments result in over 100 million office visits in the United States per year. Tendons and muscle-related issues account for a
Abstract After treatment with platelet-rich plasma, 50% of the wounds had healed, 35.7% had reduced in size and 14.2% were unchanged in terms of area
Abstract Treatment of patients with chronic elbow tendinosis with buffered platelet-rich plasma reduced pain significantly in this pilot investigation. Further evaluation of this novel treatment
Abstract Clinically, a large number of patients have persistent low back pain attributable to intervertebral disc (IVD) degeneration. After the concept of biologically regenerating the
Abstract This study describes a simple, low-cost, minimally invasive way to apply PRP growth factors to chronic patellar tendinosis; 20 male athletes with a mean
Abstract Research into the biology of bone, ligament, and tendon healing has led to the development of a variety of products designed to help stimulate
Abstract In Europe and the United States, there is an increasing prevalence of the use of autologous blood products to facilitate healing in a variety
Abstract The application of an autologous plasma rich in growth factor~; is beneficial in restating connective tissues, as shown by clinical evidence in oral surgety
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