What's PRP ?




Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is a cutting-edge  biological and regenerative therapy for tissue regeneration and wound healing by using  autologous peripheral blood. The clinical  definition of PRP is a volume of autologous  plasma that has a platelet concentration  above baseline. When activated, platelets  release bioactive growth factors such as  PDGF, TGF-β, FGF, VEGF, EGF, and etc. in other words, it can also be defined as ‘ concentrated growth factors (CGF). ‘






Plasma is composed of about 90% water, 9% organic matter, and 1% mineral. It makes up about 55% of total blood volume.


Platelets release a multitude of growth factors that play a significant role in the repair and regeneration of connective tissues.


(Platelets Rich Plasma)

PRP (Platelets-rich-plasma) is blood plasma that has been enriched with platelets. In a word, PRP is a concentrated source of autologous platelets containing sample growth factors and other cytokines that stimulates healing of bone and soft tissue.





Blood Composition



 55% of total blood volume

91% Water

7% Blood Proteins (fibrinogen, albumin, globulin)

2% Nutrients (amino acids, sugars, lipids) Hormones (erythropaietin, insulin, etc) Electrolytes (sodium, potassium, calcium, etc)

Buffy Coat

< 1 %

White Blood Cells (7000-9000 per microliter of blood)

Platelets (250,000 per microliter of blood)

Red Blood Cells (RBCs)

45% of total blood volume

Red Blood Cells

(5,000,000 per microliter of blood)





Blood Cell Ratio


PLT counts in normal blood About 200,000 /µl

PLT counts in PRP About 1,000,000 /µl