celluVance™ DIAMOND PRP Results

celluVance™ Topical PRP Results:

Wound Healing Research:

Patient presented with superficial 2nd degree burn wound on face.

a) 24 hours after injury, patient applied the autologous prepared celluVance™ topical PRP gel. Patient was instructed to apply the topical PRP gel daily.

b) 54 hrs after injury

c) 72 hrs after injury.

Patient presented with superficial 2nd degree burn wound on thigh. The patient accidentally pushed against a hot water tap and +-15 x 6cm burn wound to the right thigh ensured. The patient described it as “skin burnt off”. The patient presented to hospital and the area as dressed with a burn patch and crepe bandage and covered in plastic wrap. The patient started treatment with the celluVance Topical PRP treatment on day 3 and advised to apply the product daily

a) 1-day old burn wound;

b) Day 3 post-injury – celluVance Topical PRP application started;

c) Day 9 post-injury – Last PRP gel application;

d) Day 17 post-injury

celluVance™ PRP Results:

Patient presented with superficial 2nd degree burn wound on thigh. The patient accidentally pushed against a hot water tap and +-15 x 6cm burn wound to the right thigh ensured. The patient described it as “skin burnt off”. The patient presented to hospital and the area as dressed with a burn patch and crepe bandage and covered in plastic wrap. The patient started treatment with the celluVance Topical PRP treatment on day 3 and advised to apply the product daily

a) 1-day old burn wound;

b) Day 3 post-injury – celluVance Topical PRP application started;

c) Day 9 post-injury – Last PRP gel application;

d) Day 17 post-injury

Results obtained with PRP Treatment

Patient treated for the non-union and absence of cortical bone of the right arm 10 weeks after injury Figure 1A Before treatment and Figure 1B 16-weeks post-treatment with the celluVance™ tissue repair kit, patient had an increase in bone density and cortical bone formation.

The animal (equine) was diagnosed with a severe core lesion in the right front superficial flexor digital tendon (sfdt) (Figure 2a and 2b). The sizable lesion (probably 75% of the tendon) extended down the whole length of the cannon. Six milliliters of activated PRP was infiltrated into the lesion. After a period of 6 weeks a dramatic improvement was reported in the core lesion with the lesion almost completely filled in (Figure 2c and 2d).

Figure 2 Large core lesion pre-treatment as indicated by arrows in a and b. Formation of collagen 6 weeks post treatment as indicated by arrows in c and d. One treatment with activated PRP was administered.