VetStem Platelet Therapy Kits
The principle is to accelerate lagging internal healing processes by amplifying the biological signals that would naturally occur when platelets aggregate at a site of injury. By concentrating platelets and releasing more of those growth factors than would naturally occur – the intended effect is to attract stem cells and stimulate local tissue repair processes.
PALL V‐PET™ Veterinary Platelet Enhancement Therapy
V‐PET™ is a regenerative medicine system, available to veterinarians nationwide through VetStem. This system provides a convenient means to concentrate platelets and their associated growth factors from an animal's own blood (10ml to 55ml) for use as platelet enhancement therapy.
- Single use all‐inclusive kit
- Closed sterile system (can be used in the surgery suite)
- Gentle 3x‐7x* platelet concentration (gravity filtration based)
- No centrifuge required (no capital equipment, "portable" system)
- Supported by veterinary peer reviewed publications (JAVMA V-PET Abstract)
Using V‐PET™ a veterinarian can have an injectable platelet concentrate rich in biologically active cytokines and growth factors ready in about 30 minutes (from blood collection to in‐situ injections).
* 3x concentration for standard 40lbs dog, up to 7x concentration for standard horse.
VetStem Genesis CS-2 Platelet Rich Plasma Kit
A Rich Source of Autologous Growth Factors and Bio-Scaffolding
- Optimized for Equine Use. For veterinary use only
- Qualified with equine blood (average 5.4x increase when 6cc of PRP obtained)
- 60mls anticoagulated blood produces 6mls PRP
- ACD anticoagulant included
- Competitively priced
- Fits into IRAP™ centrifuge - no adapter necessary
- Autologous. Reduced risk of infectious disease transmission
- Patient side treatment, quick and easy to prepare
- Closed system, minimizes risk of contamination
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