OPTIMATION OF PLATELET RICH PLASMA PRODUCTION PROTOCOL USING DOUBLE CENTRIFUGATION METHODS

Hans Kristian Nugraha, Yetti Hernaningsih, Jusak Nugraha

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Currently, therapy with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has been widely used and continues to grow for various clinical applications. Along with its development, there are various options in the method of obtaining PRP, either automatic or manual, while one of the most reliable according to the literature is a double centrifugation method. The purpose of this research is to produce an optimization of the double centrifugation method. This study uses experimental data obtained by researchers at the Clinical Pathology Laboratory of Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya. Experiments generally were conducted on stored blood obtained from the blood bag from PMI with CPD anticoagulant. Optimization of double centrifugation method to produce PRP with optimum platelet count could be obtained by using an "I"-shaped tube as well as other specialized equipment which are currently not available in standard clinical pathology laboratory, and also fresh blood. The resulting increase amounted to 4.11 times with the platelet count of 1.152 million.

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platelet rich plasma, double centrifugation method

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