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Pasteur pipette, the remaining blood was centrifuged at 300 × g for 10 minutes at room temperature, and the supernatant of platelet-rich plasma was collected. The sample in the second tube was used for preparation of leukocyte and erythrocyte solutions

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standard HS-supplemented EGM. Materials and Methods Animals For harvesting of platelet-rich plasma (PRP), 1 L of whole blood was collected from each of 6 healthy university-owned horses (American Quarter Horse [n = 4], and Thoroughbred [n = 2

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-rich plasma for treatment of yearling Thoroughbreds with proximal sesamoid bone inflammation Injection of platelet-rich plasma has become popular as a treatment for various orthopedic injuries in horses, but in a randomized clinical trial involving 39

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Born method, which is the most commonly used method for platelet function testing) has several disadvantages. Disadvantages of the Born method include the need for preparation of platelet-rich plasma, which results in separation of other blood cells

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in descending order of frequency ( Table 6 ) . Post hoc analysis determined that, compared to VS, RTh are significantly more likely to employ therapeutic exercise (rehabilitation therapy), extracorporeal shockwave (ESWT), IA platelet-rich plasma (PRP

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tendon as a potential novel treatment . Equine Vet J 2003 ; 35 : 99 – 102 . 23 Carter CA Jolly DG Worden CE Sr , Platelet-rich plasma gel promotes differentiation and regeneration during equine wound healing . Exp Mol Pathol 2003 ; 74

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, Carreira LM . A preliminary report on the combined effect of intra-articular platelet-rich plasma injections and photobiomodulation in canine osteoarthritis . Animals (Basel) . 2023 ; 13 ( 20 ): 3247 . doi: 10.3390/ani13203247 6. Walton MB

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hyaluronic acid, antimicrobials, corticoids, and/or platelet-rich plasma. b There were horses that underwent more than 1 imaging diagnostic technique, resulting in a sum of more than 65 or 100%. MSC therapy was the primary treatment modality for 11

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, hyaluronic acid, and platelet-rich plasma (PRP). 38 – 42 Despite being used clinically, there is little experimental evidence upon which to base the practices. The use of biological therapies seems to be limited to PRP, as the author can find only 1 paper 43

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used method for platelet function testing, has some drawbacks. Disadvantages of the Born method include the need for preparation of platelet-rich plasma, which results in separation of other blood cells from platelets, which can influence platelet

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