Considering PRP or PRF for Your Practice?

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Now you can produce both with just one system. Refine USA has developed a new protocol that allows the Purespin PRP® centrifuge system to also activate Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF). Activating platelet rich plasma (PRP) from PRF takes just two quick and simple steps, with no additional costs. PRF can now be produced at the point of care in about 15 minutes using this breakthrough process.

“Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) is a next-generation autologous platelet therapy with immense potential in aesthetic medicine," an article in the August 2019 issue of Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America said. “PRF is useful in wound healing and skin rejuvenation as a primary and a supplemental technique owing to its fibrin matrix, cellular components, and prolonged release of growth factors.”


With this new process, providers have the versatility to offer both PRP and PRF at their practices, depending on the needs of the individual patient, with one centrifuge system. Click here to access the new PureSpin PRP +PRF protocol.


PureSpin PRP® is an FDA Cleared centrifuge system for the safe and rapid preparation of autologous PRP from a small sample of the patient’s blood at the point of care. This advanced centrifuge system delivers more viable platelets (9.5 billion platelets in a 7 mL treatment sample) than any other PRP centrifuge in less time, just 6 minutes. PureSpin PRP® also has a hematocrit of less than 1%. If you want the highest volume of viable PRPs with the smallest amount of blood drawn from the patient in the shortest amount of time, choose Purespin PRP®.


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