PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma. It is enriched by clot cell and platelet and is known as a plasma application. It is one of the skin rejuvenation methods and is preferred by many people. It is a new method. In this method, it is aimed to treat the diseases of the person with his own blood. So, the medication used is still obtained from the person itself. It is used to treat hair loss, skin rejuvenation, and pain relief. It is also used in the treatment of orthopedic diseases.
In PRP method, blood is taken from the persons body first. The blood is then separated from the plasma. And it is given to the body again with the help of an injection. This treatment is used in processes such as the removal of scars, removal of cracks. With this method, the body is treated naturally without any foreign substance.
The effect of PRP on diabetic patients wounds
As mentioned above, PRP provides treatment for many diseases. As known, wounds on the body of diabetic patients are recovering very late. PRP method is used to treat the wounds on the legs of these patients. It is also used in varicose veins, tendon injuries, and implants. Rejuvenation is achieved with this method to the body with 3-4 sessions. Wrinkles are destroyed. Brightness is imparted to the skin. Hair loss is prevented. Although hair loss is seen as a problem in everyone, 100-150 wire hair daily is normal. If it is more, it can be treated with this method. It is more effective in genetic hair loss. In this hair treatment, approximately 10 cc is taken from the patients blood. Blood taken from the patient is separated from white and red blood. Red blood is given to the person by means of re-injection. The application basically works on tissue regeneration. This application lasts approximately 3-4 months for hair. The patient is given a half-hour treatment at 15-day intervals. Most importantly, the patient does not feel pain during the application.