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Medical aesthetics leader unveils the next generation of PRP systems.
Addison, TX (PRWEB) February 22, 2017
Bellus Medical, a leader in medical aesthetics, today announced the launch of ProGen™ PRP, the latest innovation in the delivery of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). PRP systems are used by physicians in areas of orthopedics, wound care, aesthetics, cardiovascular and pain management, to accelerate tissue synthesis and provide a faster and more efficient healing process. There are many systems available on the market today, but not all are created equal. ProGen PRP provides the best value in the marketplace at the lowest costs system per mL, with the greatest concentration of platelets. The system is scientifically validated with 510(k) clearance, providing practices the confidence in the quality of platelets available to use for various applications. Medical practices who are looking to optimize their PRP business will want the Bellus Medical ProGen™ PRP system.
Why ProGen™ PRP?
“With ProGen™ PRP, one kit does it all,” said Joe Proctor, Bellus Medical President and CEO. “It is designed to meet the unique needs of our practice partners with fully customizable product volumes and platelet concentrations, making it the most flexible kit in the marketplace. It’s safe and easy to use, offering consistently repeatable results and a reduction in procedure time. These factors make ProGen PRP the best value in the PRP market and a product we are extremely proud to offer.”
About Bellus Medical
Bellus Medical continues to raise the standard in offering solutions for medical aesthetic practices in strategic areas of growth. Bellus is committed to providing compelling, differentiated products that enhance the patient experience and represent a significant business opportunity for practice partners.
For more information about Bellus Medical and ProGen™ PRP, visit http://www.bellusmedical.com
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