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NJIRM. 2012; 3(3): 165-169


Autologous Platelet Gel and its Clinical application

Dr. Preeti Jain*, Dr. Roopam Jain**, Dr. Anupam Kumar Jain***, Dr. Manisha Jindal****, Dr. R. Dixit*****.

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Platelets are attracted to a wound or injury site stimulating the clotting and healing cascades. Degranulated platelets release numerous substances including proteins known as growth factors. Growth factors signal undifferentiated stem cells to the site, promote cell mitosis, and stimulate osteogenesis and angiogenesis. Cytokines, which attract neutrophils, are also released from platelet granules. Concentrating platelets 4x to 5x the baseline level accelerates the healing process. When platelet rich plasma is mixed with an activator, a platelet gel will form. Clinical applications of platelet gel are numerous. Some benefits include a marked decrease in post-surgical swelling and bruising, reduction in surgical site pain, elimination of drains, and acceleration of bone growth and soft tissue healing. Scientific publications support that autologous biomaterial accelerates the healing process. [Jain P et al NJIRM 2012; 3(3) : 165-169]

Key words: Autologous, Platelet Gel, Clinical Application


 
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Jain DP, Jain DR, Jain DAK, Jindal DM, Dixit DR. Autologous Platelet Gel and its Clinical application . NJIRM. 2012; 3(3): 165-169.


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Jain DP, Jain DR, Jain DAK, Jindal DM, Dixit DR. Autologous Platelet Gel and its Clinical application . http://www.njirm.com/?mno=23667 [Access: April 26, 2018].


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Jain DP, Jain DR, Jain DAK, Jindal DM, Dixit DR. Autologous Platelet Gel and its Clinical application . NJIRM. 2012; 3(3): 165-169.



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Jain DP, Jain DR, Jain DAK, Jindal DM, Dixit DR. Autologous Platelet Gel and its Clinical application . NJIRM. (2012), [cited April 26, 2018]; 3(3): 165-169.



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Jain, D. P., Jain, D. R., Jain, D. A. K., Jindal, D. M. & Dixit, D. R. (2012) Autologous Platelet Gel and its Clinical application . NJIRM, 3 (3), 165-169.



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Jain, Dr. Preeti, Dr. Roopam Jain, Dr. Anupam Kumar Jain, Dr. Manisha Jindal, and Dr. R. Dixit. 2012. Autologous Platelet Gel and its Clinical application . National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 3 (3), 165-169.



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Jain, Dr. Preeti, Dr. Roopam Jain, Dr. Anupam Kumar Jain, Dr. Manisha Jindal, and Dr. R. Dixit. "Autologous Platelet Gel and its Clinical application ." National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine 3 (2012), 165-169.



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Jain, Dr. Preeti, Dr. Roopam Jain, Dr. Anupam Kumar Jain, Dr. Manisha Jindal, and Dr. R. Dixit. "Autologous Platelet Gel and its Clinical application ." National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine 3.3 (2012), 165-169. Print.



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Jain, D. P., Jain, D. R., Jain, D. A. K., Jindal, D. M. & Dixit, D. R. (2012) Autologous Platelet Gel and its Clinical application . National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 3 (3), 165-169.



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