Physical Components


In addition to platelets, Platelet Gel also contains elevated levels of all your natural occuring growth factors. These factors are responsible for stimulating new cell growth and increasing the rate of wound healing
The physiological components of platelet gel consist of:

PDGF (Platelet derived growth factor)
TGF-a&b (Transforming growth factor alpha and beta)
EGF (Epidermal growth factor)
FGF (Fibroblast growth factor)
IGF (Insulin growth factor)
PDEGF (Platelet derived epidermal growth factor)
PDAF (Platelet derived angiogenesis factor)
High concentration of leukocytes (Neutrophils, eosinophils) for micobicidal events
High concentration of wound macrophages and other phagocytic cells, for biological debridement
Histamines, Serotonin, ADP, Thromboxane A2, and other vasoactive and chemotactic agents
High platelet concentration and native fibrinogen concentration for improved hemostasis These growth factors which replace, repair, and regenerate tissue are considered by many to be a "new frontier" of clinical treatment. Increasing the bioactivity at the wound site takes medicine one step closer toward its ultimate goal of naturally accelerating the body's normal healing process.