Platelet Rich Plasma

Dr. Branko Vorkapic – Agents of Regenerative Medicine in rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions – 9-11 September 2021 in Dubai

Talk at the Conference: Agents of regenerative medicine in rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions Additional professional education: Da Vinci Klink, Eindhoven, NetherlandsTheoretical and practical education – Physiological basics, preparation and application of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) in musculoskeletal conditions and treatment of chronic wounds. University of Belgrade, Faculty of Medicine, Center for Continuous Education School for …

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Dr. Abbas Khadra – Urology panel keynote speaker at regenerative medicine conference 9-11 September 2021 in Dubai

Talk at the Conference: Combination of Cord derived stem cells with PRP (platelet rich plasma) in the treatment of erectile dysfunction Stem cell application is a promising area of research in regenerative medicine, with the potential to treat, prevent, and cure disease. In recent years, the number of studies focusing on Stem Cells for the …

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Prof. Tahsin Beyzadeoglu – Keynote speaker at regenerative medicine conference 9-11 September 2021 in Dubai

Prof. Tahsin Beyzadeoğlu was born in 1971 in Bursa, Turkey. After graduating Trakya University Faculty of Medicine in 1994, he accomplished his specialty education in the year of 2000 at İstanbul University Cerrahpaşa Faculty of Medicine, Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology. Prof. Tahsin Beyzadeoğlu has served as Team Physician of Turkish Men’s National Basketball Team …

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A graduate of MU-Sofia became “Student of the Year” for the whole country

Dr. Diyan Ganev, who graduated a week ago from the Medical Faculty of MU-Sofia with excellent grades and honors from the academia, yesterday received another valuable certificate – a diploma for the award “Student of the Year” for 2020, informed by MU-Sofia. Dr. Ganev is Sales manager in the Global Regenerative Trade. The graduate of …

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Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) as therapy for cartilage, tendon and muscle damage – German working group position statement

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is widely used in regenerative medicine and especially in orthopaedic sport medicine [14, 34, 45]. Basic science studies show many positive effects of PRP in vitro and in vivo on many cells of the musculoskeletal system, e.g. chondrocytes, tenocytes or muscle cells [5, 6, 21, 33, 41]. However, the quality of the available literature remains limited, both …

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Platelet-rich plasma: a ‘feeling’ and ‘hope’ ailing athletes

A number of orthopaedic and sports conditions remain a major therapeutic challenge to orthopaedic surgeons even in this day and age of technological advance. Some of these difficult conditions include plantar fasciitis (chronic pain in the sole of the foot), tennis elbow (chronic pain in the elbow), ligament and muscle injuries (around the knee and other joints) and tendo-achelles (heel) injuries. P

(Featured in NATURE ) Three Biotech Solutions for Knee Repair

If you look very carefully at the C-curved squiggle taking shape on a 3-D printer at Columbia University Medical Center, you just might spot the future of knee repair. Layer by layer, the machine’s tiny needle squirts out a bead of white polymer, matching a virtual blueprint of a meniscus—the semicircular band of tough, fibrous cartilage that serves as the knee’s shock absorber. A bioprinter in the laboratory of Jeremy Mao can churn out three menisci in just under 16 minutes.

(The Lancet) Effect of platelet-rich plasma on healing tissues in acute ruptured Achilles tendon: a human immunohistochemistry study

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP), an autologous derivative of whole blood that contains a supraphysiological concentration of platelets, is thought to invoke an earlier and improved tissue healing response. This notion has been supported by in-vitro and animal studies in bone, cartilage, tendon, and muscle. To our knowledge no published study exists of the effects of PRP in human tissues in vivo. The aim of our study was to investigate the response of ruptured Achilles tendon treated with PRP.

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