Plasma Gel

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

The extraction of growth factors (TGF, bFGF, PDGFa-b, EGF, VEGF, CTGF) in the blood, achieved through our centrifuge device and its kits, results in obtaining the finest PRP. It is effective in all skin and wound healing treatments.


The separation of growth factors from an individual’s own blood and their transfer to the targeted area for treatment results in an organic growth factor transfer, ensuring an excellent healing process and outcome. The benefits of PRP have been substantiated by numerous clinical studies and academic publications worldwide. Treatment involving the isolation of growth factors is a method that yields effective and efficient results in a very short duration.


We have been conducting extensive clinical studies on how to achieve the best PRP. In this context, we emphasize the importance of not just RPM (Revolutions per Minute) but also the Relative Centrifugal Force (RCF). TCT Medical and its strategic partners manufacture and promote systems capable of obtaining the best PRP. The Relative Centrifugal Force is directly related to the pressure applied by the Rotor, Bucket, and PRP Tubes within the centrifuge device to the blood. Hence, the belief that the best PRP can be obtained with every centrifuge device and tube is entirely incorrect.

PRP, PPP, Plasma Gel

In the acquisition of PRP, the optimal separation of RBCs (Red Blood Cells) and obtaining Plasma and White Blood Cells (Buffy Coat Layer) is crucial. Resume describes all these efforts in this context as aimed at obtaining the best PRP.


PRP KIT: In the context of the previously mentioned RCF, our centrifuge device’s special rotor and buckets allow the clear separation of plasma from RBCs after centrifugation with specific tubes according to application protocols.


PRP is not only used in cosmetic procedures but is also an effective method in wound healing, rejuvenation, acne treatments, and other applications.


PPP (Platelet Poor Plasma) and Plasma Gel: After the centrifugation process, it is possible to directly apply PRP to the patient using the mesotherapy method. Generally, physicians applying PRP post-centrifugation do not use PPP (Platelet Poor Plasma), which is another layer within the plasma containing growth factors.


For the use of PPP after PRP application, Resume introduces Plasma Gel. After applying PRP directly through mesotherapy, the remaining PPP is transformed into Plasma Gel. Plasma Gel is an autologous filling method produced from an individual’s own blood. Thus, patients prefer Plasma Gel application over integrating a chemical substance into the body. PPP is transformed into Plasma Gel after undergoing heating and cooling processes using our THC (Triple Heating and Cooling) device.