A-PRP - Regenlab
Patient information form on Autologous PRP Treatment
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Dear Sir or Madam, Following a personalized consultation, your medical practitioner suggested to you the use of Autologous Platelet Rich Plasma (A-PRP) injections for skin regeneration. This technique consist in collecting a sample of your own blood and separating its components through a centrifugation process in order to isolate and concentrate your platelets in a plasmatic fraction.
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The A-PRP obtained in this way can be used pure or activated by adding calcium gluconate or autologous thrombin serum before being injected through superficial and deep transdermal injections.
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Inside your skin, concentrated platelets contained in A-PRP are going to release growth factors in their biological ration, in order to stimulate cellular proliferation of fibroblasts and synthesis of extracellular matrix components such as collagen and elastin fibres, which are responsible for the elastic properties of the skin.
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Expected benefits are an increase of skin elasticity with smoothing of fine wrinkles along with improvement of skin complexion. PRP treatments allow also the filling of deeper wrinkles like nasolabial folds or dark rings.
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Results appear from the first weeks after the first injection but, in order to get the best results in terms of quality and durability, your medical practitioner will suggest you a protocol including several sessions.
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The number and interval between sessions will depend on personalized analysis of your skin, the treated areas, your lifestyle and your habits. Moreover, since the process relies on the use your own (autologous) platelets and regeneration abilities, there is a natural variation of results among individuals. Don't hesitate to ask your medical practitioner for a more specific detailed estimation on the number of needed treatments.
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As A-PRP is consisting of your own blood components, very few side effects are expected. The PRP has been notably used in several clinical studies on the healing of surgical and chronic wounds without any manifestation of severe side effects. Never the less, in some cases it could happen. *
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The use of PRP in skin regeneration treatments is strictly contraindicated in patient suffering or having suffered in the past from cervico-facial or blood cancers without checking of a total remission. *
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The use of PRP is also contraindicated in patients presenting skin lesions susceptible to be caused by an abnormal cellular proliferation process. Your medical practitioner will have to do a prior diagnostic if any doubt subsists.
Presence of an acute and/ or systemic infection represents a contraindication for PRP treatment. As for any treatment by transdermal injections, anticoagulants intake concomitantly to the injection is contraindicated. *
Inform your medical practitioner if you suffer from any blood or auto-immune disease, as it can represent a risk for your health or a lack of efficiency. Inform your medical practioner if you are taking medications that can alter platelet functions or affect skin and notify him of former aesthetic treatments that you received. *
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I declare to have been informed, orally, by the signatory medical practitioner, about the presumed effects, the possible advantages and drawbacks along with the potential risks linked to the treatment by autologous PRP injections. *
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I declare to have been informed, orally by the signatory practitioner, that my autologous PRP will be prepared and obtained with a certified medical device (CE Class lab and/or FDA approval) according to the law and regulatory guidelines for A-PRP treatments. *
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I certify having read and understood written information to the patients contained in this document. *
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I have received satisfactory answers to my questions related to the autologous PRP treatment.
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