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PrP

Abbreviation for prion protein.

PrP

abbreviation for prion protein, a viruslike infectious agent associated with Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

PRP

Abbreviation for:
PACAP-related peptide
penicillase-resistant penicillin
penicillin-resistant pneumococci
performance-related pay 
physiologic rest position
platelet-rich plasma
pityriasis rubra pilaris
pre-registration period
pre-RNA processing
primary Raynaud phenomenon
primer recognition protein
prion-related protein
proline-rich protein
psychotic reaction profile
pulmonary rehabilitation programme

PrP

A prion protein. See Prion.
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PRP is an acceleration of the body's own healing process and thereby is purely natural, so there is no risk of allergic reaction.
Published clinical trials of PRP include a follow-up period of 3-12 months, and most demonstrate an efficacy in the range of 50%-70%.
Treatment with leukocyte-rich PRP is anticipated to be one of the most favorable methods in the future for the treatment of soft tissue defects.
In one well-publicised case, a woman who felt she had nothing to lose because doctors had told her she was a lost cause, conceived within nine days of the PRP injection.
A physiatrist with 11 years of musculoskeletal ultrasonography experience performed ultrasound-guided PRP injection and ultrasonographic examinations of the affected elbow before and after the procedure.
El PRP y el PPP se obtuvieron de un donante voluntario hombre de edad 36 anos, sistemicamente sano, que no habia tomado antibioticos en los ultimos 6 meses y no era fumador.
Studies have shown that PRP can be as effective as steroid injections, with virtually no side effects except for injection site pain.
How would you counsel each of these patients about the use of PRP injections for pain relief from their respective orthopedic conditions?
PRP is a modification of fibrin glue from autologous blood and plays a key role in stimulating and accelerating bone and soft tissue healing.
La presencia de factores de crecimiento y otros agentes bioactivos almacenados en los granulos plaquetarios y cuyas propiedades estan bien determinadas en la proliferacion celular, la angiogenesis y la formacion de matriz extracelular, han involucrado al PRP con concentracion suprafisiologica de plaquetas autologas en procesos de regeneracion tisular, musculoesqueleticos y de tejidos blandos.