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Selphyl’s Next Generation PRP Kit

Our Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Kit is meticulously designed to deliver outstanding results safely and conveniently. Unlike other PRP kits for sale, it was created to provide extended platelet delivery and contains all the essential components necessary to efficiently prepare and administer Platelet Rich Plasma. Our next-generation kit uses PRFM technology, which has added benefits to normal PRP systems.

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FDA Cleared

What is the Selphyl® PRFM System?

What’s the Difference Between PRP and PRFM?

PRP stands for Platelet-Rich Plasma, while PRFM stands for Platelet-Rich Fibrin Matrix. The main difference between the two is the composition and extended platelet delivery. Platelet-rich plasma or PRP involves concentrating platelets in plasma, while PRFM involves creating a denser fibrin matrix by adding additional factors to the platelet concentrate. This results in a thicker substance that can potentially provide longer-lasting effects and improved tissue regeneration compared to PRP. This means that the platelets remain viable in PRFM for hours to days, instead of minutes to hours with PRP.

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PRP Kits Description - What’s in the box?

This convenient and cost-effective PRP kit contains everything you need for PRFM or PRP preparation for your patients.

  • 1 or 2 – Sterile pouched Yellow Top PRP Tube (Vacuum tube contains 0.9 ml buffered tri-sodium citrate solution as blood anticoagulant) 

  • 1 or 2 – Sterile pouched Red Top PRFM Tube (Vacuum tube contains 0.1 ml calcium chloride solution for clotting anticoagulated plasma)

  • 4 – Patient labels

  • 1 – Alcohol pad

  • 1 – Stretch latex-free tourniquet Sterile packaged

  • 1 – Blood Collection Set with Pre-attached Holder (SLBCS); commonly known as “butterfly”

  • 1 – Blood Transfer Device (red tip female luer adapter)

  • 1 – Access Device (blue tip male luer)

Selphyl® Key Advantages Benefits





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  • Platelets in plasma

  • Activation is immediate

  • Alpha granules release growth factors quickly (bolus)

  • Short-term tissue signaling

  • Minutes – hours

  • Platelets in fibrin matrix

  • CaCl2 binds to Na Citrate 1:1

  • Clotting cascade resumes (Fibrinogen – Fibrin)

  • Platelets remain viable with controlled GF release

  • Hours – days


Unique Features of Our PRP Kit

Advanced Technology

Our PRP Kit incorporates fibrin polymerization (PRFM), the latest advancement in PRP technology, ensuring optimal platelet concentration, viability, and extended delivery.

Closed System

Our PRFM system offers benefits such as reduced contamination risk, reliable and consistent results, enhanced platelet and growth factor concentrations, and extended release of growth factors. These advantages contribute to a safer and more effective therapy than regular PRP therapy systems.

High-Quality Materials

We use only the highest quality materials in our PRP Kit, ensuring safety, efficacy, and patient satisfaction.

PRP Medical Discipline Uses

There are various uses of PRP that have been shown in literature and clinical studies across various medical disciplines, including:

  • Orthopedics:
    PRP injections have shown promising results in managing joint pain, osteoarthritis, and sports-related injuries.

  • Dermatology:
    PRP therapy has been used for skin treatment or skin rejuvenation, promoting collagen production, and improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and scars.

  • Hair Restoration:
    PRP injection has gained popularity as a natural and effective solution for hair loss, stimulating hair growth, and improving hair thickness.

Why Choose SELPHYL® PRFM Technology?

Selphyl’s unique PRFM Technology offers several distinct advantages over regular PRP systems:

Superior Results: 
Our PRFM system optimizes platelet and fibrin matrix concentrations, delivering superior outcomes.

Safety and Consistency: 
With our proprietary, completely closed system, the risk of contamination from red and white blood cells is minimal.

Extensive Clinical Evidence and FDA Cleared: 
Selphyl PRFM has been extensively studied and proven effective, providing physicians and patients with confidence.


Become a Provider

Discover the transformative power of our PRFM technology and experience the future of platelet therapy. Contact us today to become a provider and learn more about how Selphyl can elevate your practice and enhance patient care.

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Frequently Asked Questions about PRP Kits

What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy?

PRP therapy is a medical procedure that uses a person's own blood to promote healing and recovery. The medical professional takes a small sample of the person's blood and uses a centrifuge to separate out the platelets, which are tiny cells that help with clotting and healing. These platelets are then injected back into the person's body, where they release growth factors, and support the body's natural healing process. Research indicates that platelet growth factors are released over a span of seven days, promoting the production of collagen and facilitating enhanced vascularization.

How is the PRFM Kit used?

This is a simple 20-minute procedure that can be performed in your doctor’s office and involves just a few simple steps:

  1. Blood draw: The medical professional will draw a tube of blood, similar to a normal  blood test.

  2. Centrifugation: The blood sample is placed in a centrifuge machine, which spins it at high speeds. This process separates the platelets and other beneficial components from the rest of the blood.

  3. Platelet injection: The concentrated platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is extracted from the sample and applied to the targeted area of your body that needs treatment based on the physician's clinical treatment plan.

Is the Use of PRP safe?

Yes, PRP use is considered safe. Since the PRP is derived from the patient's own blood, there is minimal risk of allergic reactions or adverse effects. Also, Selphyl’s unique PRFM system is completely closed, meaning that there is little risk of contamination from red blood cells and white blood cells.



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