Lyophilized placenta implant
The use of placenta tissue in medicine is not a new concept. In fact, placental tissue has been used in traditional medicine for centuries, and modern medicine has been utilizing it for various therapeutic purposes. One of the latest advances in placental tissue application is lyophilized placenta implantation.
Lyophilization is a process that involves freeze-drying a substance to remove water content and preserve it for long-term storage. In the case of lyophilized placenta implantation, the placental tissue is collected, processed, and lyophilized, and then it is implanted in the patient's body for therapeutic purposes.
AUTOLOGOUS STEM CELLS
Lyophilized placenta implantation has shown promising results in various fields of medicine, including orthopedics, wound healing, and aesthetics. The implant contains a high concentration of growth factors, stem cells, and extracellular matrix components that can promote tissue regeneration and healing. These growth factors stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, which can improve skin texture and elasticity. In orthopedics, the implant can be used to treat joint injuries, promote tissue healing, and reduce inflammation.
The benefits of lyophilized placenta implantation go beyond tissue regeneration and aesthetics. The implant has also been shown to have immunomodulatory effects, which means it can modulate the immune response to prevent rejection of the implant and promote tissue healing. Additionally, the implant contains anti-inflammatory factors that can reduce inflammation and promote healing.
One of the advantages of lyophilized placenta implantation is that it is a minimally invasive procedure that can be performed in an outpatient setting. The procedure is relatively simple and involves the implantation of the lyophilized placental tissue in the targeted area. The implantation process is well-tolerated, and patients experience minimal discomfort and a short recovery time.