What is PRP? (2min)

PRP In Detail: Oldie but Goodie (19min)

PH Balance Spectrum

Regenkit vs Arthrex ACP

Types of Growth Factors

Finished PRP

Regentkit Advantage

  • PRP, PRP-LR, PRP-LP, PRF options
  • Leukocyte Rich and Leukocyte Poor versions available
  • Highest PRP Yield per Blood Draw on the market
  • 8-10mls blood yields 4-5ccs PRP
  • As little as 5 minute processing time
  • Convenience kits available
  • Automatic Blood Draw
  • Automatic Platelet Separation
  • Adjustable concentration 1.7 to 5x over baseline
  • Up to 99.7% RBC removal (bct version)


The RegenKit THT Autologous Platelet-rich Plasma (A-PRP) system aids in the separation of the patient’s own blood components through the use of the RegenKit THT vacuum tube and clinical centrifuge. RegenKit THT A-PRP is designed to deliver an increased concentration of bioactive factors and proteins through the concentration of platelets from whole blood. Once the blood is drawn into the RegenKit THT vacuum tube it is then spun under centrifugation according to centrifuge operating instructions. The PRP prepared using the RegenKit THT is a platelet-rich plasma preparation with high platelet recovery and viability, a physiological level of leukocytes, and contains the entire plasma component of blood, which is rich in growth factors. The platelet–rich plasma is collected with syringes and can be mixed during application at the patient’s point of care.

Indications for Use

RegenKit-THT is designed to be used for the safe a rapid perparation of autologous platelet rich-rich plasma (A-PRP) from a small sample of blood at the patient’s point of care. The PRP is mixed with autograft and/or allograft bone prior to application to an orthopaedic surgical site, as deemed necessary by clinical use requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions by Reps

Frequently Asked Questions by Customers

Handling Objections

Competitive Systems

Arthrex ACP (Autologous Conditioned Plasma)

Arthrex ACP (3min)

Available in Single Dual Syringe , Single Kit , Double Kit.

15cc Blood Draw. 3cc PRP Yield. 5 min Spin. Manual Blood Draw -futzy compared to pressurized vacutainer. Manual Separation- prone to error, not getting enough platelets on buffy coat or getting too much RBCs. Most likely seen on orthopedics due to Arthrex relationship.

Sell against: We draw less blood (8cc) and give more prp (5-6cc).

Deep dive: With standard processing ACP has higher concentration, but Regen has greater amount of platelets. Regen can be manipulated to have a higher concentration.

Eclipse 11 and 22

Eclipse 22 (3min)

Eclipse 11 (4min)

11 and 22cc. 10 min spin. System almost identical to Regenlab. Heavy in Aesthetic Market.


Tropocells (5min)

Product Info



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