publication . Article . 2016

Conservation and viability of refrigerated platelet-rich plasma from New Zealand rabbits

Lucas Vilela Perroni Silva; Duvaldo Eurides; Marina Greco Magalhães Guerra de Andrade; Marcelo Carrijo da Costa; Vinicius Candido Ferreira; Marina De Oliveira Silva; Ednaldo Carvalho Guimarães;
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  • Published: 30 Aug 2016 Journal: Semina: Ciências Agrárias (issn: 1676-546X, eissn: 1679-0359, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Universidade Estadual de Londrina
Abstract
Fifteen male New Zealand rabbits were used in this study, with the aim of storing their platelet-rich plasma (PRP) for 30 days at 4-6 °C to investigate its conservation and viability during this period. Thirty samples of PRP were prepared and sorted into three equal groups (G1, G2, and G3), and every three days a sample was taken out for evaluationof the number of platelets, mean platelet volume (MPV), pH of the plasma, aggregation post addition of calcium thromboplastin, and for the presence of bacterial and fungal contamination. Results suggested that, for the number of platelets, there was no linear relationship over time. However, when comparing the number o...
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free text keywords: Platelet aggregation; Platelet concentrate; Storage., Medicina Veterinária; Cirurgia; Plaquetas, Agregação plaquetária; Armazenamento; Concentrado de plaquetas., Agregação plaquetária, Armazenamento, Concentrado de plaquetas., Agriculture (General), S1-972, Statistical difference, Surgery, medicine.medical_specialty, medicine, Platelet, Agronomy, Chemistry, Platelet-rich plasma, Platelet aggregation, Every Three Days, Animal science, Calcium, chemistry.chemical_element, Thromboplastin, Mean platelet volume
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