What is a High-Dose Stem Cell Kit?

Stem cells are special types of cells that can self-renew as well as differentiate into different kinds of cells. They play a crucial role in repairing and replacing damaged or diseased tissues. Stem cell therapy has emerged as a revolutionary approach in regenerative medicine, offering potential treatments for a wide range of medical conditions.

A High-Dose Stem Cell Kit is a standardized medical device kit used in regenerative medicine procedures. These kits are designed to enable the collection, concentration, and application of autologous (from the patient’s own body) high-dose stem cells. This innovative approach allows for personalized treatment using the patient’s own cells drawn from their bone marrow or adipose tissue, thereby reducing the risk of rejection or adverse reactions.

Platform for Standardized Autologous Blood Platelet Procedures








What Comes in the Kit?


Tubes for collection of material (bone marrow or adipose tissue)


Syringes for processing and concentration of cells


Biologically inert separating gel for separating the plasma and the mononuclear cell (MNC) fraction from the rest of the material

The high-dose stem cell kit contains all the necessary components for efficient and safe collection, processing, and application of high-dose stem cells. The kit also comes with detailed instructions for use to ensure proper handling and storage of the collected material.

Benefits of Providing High-Dose PRP Procedures At Your Clinic
Easy to use and user-friendly kit design
Standardized PRP concentration process for consistently high results
Safe closed-circuit system with minimal risk of adverse reactions or complications
An operationally and clinically efficient process that facilitates and streamlines routine practice
Evidence-based outcomes for numerous therapeutic indications that demonstrate safety and efficacy
Evidence-based outcomes for numerous therapeutic indications that demonstrate safety and efficacy
Ready to start offering High Dose Stem Cell Procedures at Your Clinic?