PRP is a form of treatment made by the injection of a substance obtained from the person’s own blood, consisting of the initials of the words in the expression “Platelet Rich Plasma” in English. The injected substance is platelet-enriched plasma. Plasma is special cells called platelets or other factors and factors that help the blood to clot. Plasma also contains various proteins that promote cell growth. By isolating and concentrating plasma from blood, researchers obtained a blood component called PRP, a plasma richer in platelet cells.
Injecting PRP into damaged tissues encourages the growth of new, healthy cells in the body. PRP is also thought to promote healing in damaged tissue. Since tissue growth factors are more concentrated in the concentrated injection material, healing in body tissues is accelerated.