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Growth Factor Mediated Regenerative Therapies

Description:
In this very technical and scientific presentation, Dr. Joseph Choukroun, a physician and researcher from France, describes the benefits of Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) in wound healing. He emphasizes the effect of PRF on the two essential factors of wound healing which are new vessels and cells in surgical sites like extraction sockets, sinus augmentation and more.

Date Added:
2/16/2014

Author(s):

Joseph Choukroun, MD Joseph Choukroun, MD
Name: CHOUKROUN First Name: Joseph
Date of Birth: 5 Novembre 1952


Diploma: Medicine 1979.
University of Montpellier, Fran...
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Questions & Comments
Michael Nguyen - (3/5/2017 4:03 PM)

Elegant presentation! Thanks for sharing!

adina hahaianu - (8/20/2015 1:12 PM)

Great lecture! Thank you!

robert d'orazio - (11/16/2014 10:19 PM)

Great presentation. The negative factors presented answers some questions which I have not considered regarding less than ideal results. Thanks.

sameh salama - (10/8/2014 4:21 PM)

i would like to inquire about the exact centrifugal force for L-PRF synthesis. in most papers and as Dr.choukroun recommended about 400G however, if i'm not mistaken the process centrifuge is close to the hettich EBA model and taking in prespective of the rotor radius and the 3000 rpm many clinicians operate with, the centrifugal force is far from 400G. i would like to know if my hypothesis is right or not. thanks

Edison Louie - (3/14/2014 2:50 PM)

Joseph, I recently purchased the Intraspin (your first creation, I believe). It is working very well. However,will the larger tubes fit into the centrifuge and what are the new settings? Thank you in advance for all this information. I totally understand if you cannot disclose.

Edison Louie - (3/7/2014 10:40 AM)

Joseph, thank you for your response and the lead to a-prf.com. It was very informative. As you can tell, you have been exciting the world with your discoveries and applications! Congratulations for your contributions.

Satyam Jaiswal - (3/6/2014 11:17 PM)

EXCELLENT Dr. Choukroun. Simply excellent.

Joseph Choukroun - (3/6/2014 3:25 PM)

Edison, the protocol A-PRF is now running since one year. you may change the settings. Settings for A-PRF or i-PRF are different. However, if you use the old tubes, it doesn't work as well. You need the new tubes A-PRF10 or i-PRF9. it dépends what do you want to produce. same price than the others. www.a-prf.com

Jerome Cha - (3/5/2014 2:12 PM)

Thank you for the wonderful presentation!!! It is great information!!!!

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