In General Surgery
PRP has been used in surgery for about 30 years. The first PRP application was performed in an open heart transplant in 1987. Over the years, PRP use continues to be applied in all surgical branches in order to stimulate wound healing and speed up the recovery time.
The growth factors secreted by PRP in diabetic foot, burn wounds and other chronic wounds have a significant effect that accelerates healing.
It is especially used in bone, cartilage and tissue defects, chronic wound healing, plastic surgery, dental implants, cardiovascular surgery in orthopedic and traumatic surgery.