Platelet Rich

What is

Rich Plasma

  • What is PRP?

    When blood is centrifuged, it separates into red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and plasma. Among these, PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) refers to plasma that is rich in growth factors and contains a high concentration of platelets. The PROSYS PRP Tube is a biodevice designed to safely separate and concentrate PRP from blood, making it applicable for skin regeneration, pain treatment, and more.

  • Benefits of PRP

    Highly concentrated platelets contain numerous growth factors and cytokines that regenerate damaged tissue cells. When PRP is injected, cells capable of promoting wound healing migrate to the injured area, facilitating safe and rapid recovery of the damaged tissue.

Types of
Growth Factor

  • PDGF (Platelet Derived Growth Factor)

    Cell proliferation, stem cell replication, and collagen production

  • TGF-β (Transforming Growth Factor-beta)

    Promoting wound healing, proliferation of epithelial cells, and endothelial cells

  • VEGF (Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor)

    Promoting endothelial cell proliferation

  • FGF (Fibroblast Growth Factor)

    Promoting collagen and hyaluronic acid production, enhancing wound healing

  • EGF (Endothelial Growth Factor)

    Promoting epithelial cell growth, neovascularization, and enhancing wound healing

  • IGF (Insulin-like Growth Factor)

    Inducing fibroblast division, osteoblast proliferation, and differentiation.


  • Skincare &
    Plastic surgery

    • Skin rejuvenation
    • Wrinkle
    • Acne scar
    • Scalp care / Hair transplant
    • Fat transplant
  • Ophthalmology

    • Dry eye Syndrome
    • Regeneration post
      laser surgery
    • macular degenera-
  • Gynecology &

    • IVF and Embryo
    • Ovarian rejuvenation
    • Increase sexual
    • Enhance sexual
  • Veterinary &
    Dentistry departments

    • Tendon and ligament
    • Wound healing
    • Osteoarthritis treat-
      ment / A bone graft
    • Implant
  • Operation 1

    • Wounds and diabetic ulcers
    • Rheumatology tendintis,
      osteoarthritis, etc.
    • Traumatology / Arthrosis
    • Ligament repair
    • Meniscal repair
    • Implants and grafts
  • Operation 2

    • Tissue healing
    • Pain management
    • Wound healing and
      post-surgical re-