European Musculoskeletal Oncology Society (EMSOS), Florence | May 15-17


Regen Lab biotechnologies in tissue regeneration

Autologous Platelet Rich Plasma in combination with Bone Marrow Concetrate is effective and represents a valid alternative to traditional tissue engineering techniques for the treatment of bone defects. (1)

Positive results have been showned in patients in need of bone regeneration:

>> A-PRP and CELLULAR CONCENTRATE are useful to promote healing of bone defects (range of successful 79% to 100%) in a short times (2)
>> A-PRP is efficent in the treatment of chondropathies and tendinopathies (3-4)
>> The use of FIBRIN MEMBRANE is a valid biological support that promotes the process of nervous and tendons regeneration (5-6)
>> The mix of A-PRP combined with HA favours the treatment of articular pain and improve mobility of the aricolation (into the knee) (7)

Would you like to have further information about Regen Lab medical devises for tissue regeneration?
Give a look at the following scientific content with Dr. Pietro De Biase,
who presents great results on patients with bone lesions.

Come to visit us at BOOTH 6 at the European Musculoskeletal Oncology Society (EMSOS) meeting.

Florence, May 15-17

The main topic of the meeting will be the innovative technologies in orthopaedic oncology, including new molecules for medical treatment, new imaging modalities and diagnostic strategies, new surgical procedures, reconstructive methods and devices.


Do you have any questions about Regen Lab products? Don't hesitate to contact us at contact@regenlab.com



References

  1. De Biase P, Pecchioi O, Campanacci DA, et al. Polytherapy with bone marrow concentrate, "scaffold" and autologous growth factors to promote healing in bone lesions pseudotumoral. Arch Ortop Reumatol 2013;124:27-9
  2. Aloj D. Pseudoarthrosis biological stimulus: infiltrative technique. Proceedings Biobridge Generation Regeneration Congress, 2013
  3. Crescibene A, Napolitano M, Sbano R, Costabile E, Almolla H. Infiltration of Autologous Growth Factors in Chronic Tendinopathies. Journal of blood transfusion 2015;2015:924380
  4. Napolitano M, Matera S, Bossio M, et al. Autologous platelet gel for tissue regeneration in degenerative disorders of the knee. Blood Transfus 2012;10:72-7
  5. Elisabetta Giannessi, DVM1 Alessandra Coli, DVM, PhD1 Maria Rita Stornelli, DVM1, Vincenzo Miragliotta, DVM, PhD1 Andrea Pirone, MSc(Biol), PhD1 Carla Lenzi, MSc(Biol), PhD1, Silvia Burchielli, DVM2 Giovanni Vozzi, PhD3 Carmelo De Maria, PhD3 Margherita Giorgetti, MD4 An Autologously Generated Platelet-Rich Plasma Suturable Membrane May Enhance Peripheral Nerve Regeneration after Neurorraphy in an Acute Injury Model of Sciatic Nerve Neurotmesis - DOI http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1055/s-0034-1372483. ISSN 0743-684X
  6. Stefano Giannotti, MD – Giacomo dell’Osso, MD – Vanna Bottai, MD – Marco Ghilardi, MD – Giulia Bugelli, MD – Ilaria Lazzerini, MD – Giulio Guido, MD, PHD Treatment of Tendon Injuries of the Lower Limb with Growth Factors Associated with Autologous Fibrin Scaffold or Collagenous Scaffold - Orthopaedic Surgery - SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL XXVI
  7. Renevier JL, Marc JF. Etude Pilote d’un dispositif médical intra-articulaire innovant dans la prise en charge de la gonarthrose symptomatique fémoro-tibiale grade II-III radiologique après échec d’un AH. Revue du Rhumatisme 2014;81:A202.

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