Plasmax® Plasma Concentration System

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The Plasmax Plasma Concentration System is comprised of two distinct parts, the GPS III separator and the Plasmax Concentrator. The GPS III Separator produces leukocyte-rich platelet-rich plasma (L-PRP) from a small sample of the patient’s own blood. The Plasmax Concentrator produces autologous fibrinogen-rich platelet-poor plasma concentrate (PPPc)* utilizing polyacrylamide beads to remove excess water. Features of the system include:

  • Outputs up to 10 cc of rapidly polymerizing autologous plasma concentrate
  • Outputs up to 6 cc of PRP
  • Produces both outputs in less than 20 minutes
  • Autologous outputs eliminate concern regarding pooled blood sources

*Autologous output from the Plasmax Plasma Concentration System eliminates concern regarding pooled blood sources. Pooled plasma sources found in donor-based fibrin sealants carry the risk of transmitting infectious diseases and viruses.

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Warsaw, Indiana 46581 USA


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