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Figure 1:
On a fixed-angle centrifuge, platelets, white blood cells and red blood cells accumulate on the back walls of tubes. This leads to improper cell separation and a reduction in platelet and leukocyte concentration.

On a horizontal centrifuge, the cells separate much more efficiently throughout the entire tubes. This leads to better layer separation and also favors cells that are evenly distributed throughout the PRF clot.
Figure 2:
Cells separate based on g-force gradient differences between the RCF-min and RCF-max. A horizontal maximizes this difference allowing for greatest cell layer separation most efficiently.

The complete Bio-PRF kit comes with everything you need to get started.

 

The new Bio-PRF centrifuge in the first commercially available horizontal centrifuge for the specific production of platelet rich fibrin (PRF). All protocols have been developed utilizing the horizontal technology. Furthermore, this machine differs significantly from other branded centrifuges in that the device can be easily programmed with newer protocols as research becomes available.

The Bio-PRF box allows for the even compression of PRF clots into even-thickness membranes that can then be utilized as barrier membranes during guided bone regeneration (GBR) procedures. These membranes contain a host of platelets and leukocytes that are capable of stimulating soft tissue wound healing and improving patient discomfort and pain. The Bio-PRF box also contains slots to produce Bio-PRF plugs that can be utilized in extraction sockets.

  • Bio-PRF Tube holder: Utilized to hold PRF tubes following centrifugation

  • Bio-PRF Tray: Used to prepare membranes and separate the red blood cells from the PRF clot

  • Bio-PRF Bowl: Used to cut up a Bio-PRF membrane to mix with particulate bone grafts

  • Bio-PRF scissors: Used to cut PRF membranes and separate the red blood cell layer from the PRF clot

  • PRF forceps: Used to remove PRF clots from the centrifugation tubes.

  • Bio-PRF Pad: Used to separate PRF membranes from the red clot. Used to carry PRF membranes to the oral cavity.

  • Bio-PRF small compactor: Small instrument used to compact PRF-bone grafting complex into bone defects

  • Bio-PRF large compactor: Large instrument used to compact PRF-bone grafting complex into bone defects

  • Bio-PRF Double Spoon: Allows the carrying of bone grafting material

  • Bio-PRF Tourniquet: Used to facilitate blood draws

  • Blood collection butterfly needles: Used to collect blood via veins

  • Red top tubes: Used to make Solid-PRF (Box of 100)

  • White top tubes: Used to make liquid-PRF (Box of 100)

$4450