Our body is considered a miraculous work of nature. Stem cells in the body having the ability to regenerate and renew have opened the door to achieving beauty that can stand the test of time.
With the latest PRP method, thanks to years-long studies of stem cells in skin rejuvenation, a middle-aged person’s dream of having healthy, shiny and fresh skin just like back in their youth has been fulfilled. It is no longer a “mission impossible”. CAMA’s now offers courses led by our PRP training Canada team that can teach aspiring nurses and physicians how to achieve this incredible technique in their everyday work.
In the PRP training course, you must first learn about what PRP stands for. It means Platelet Rich Plasma. Normal human blood consists of plasma and blood cells are red blood cells, platelets and white blood cells. Among these, red blood cells account for 93%, white blood cells 1%, and platelets 6%. When separating blood and plasma in the laboratory, we can see platelets suspended in the plasma. The upper part is called platelet poor plasma. The lower part closer to the blood will have more platelets concentrated. That is the PRP.
This PRP (platelet-rich plasma) contains a platelet ratio three to seven times that of normal blood (in PRP, there are at least more than a billion platelets per microliter of blood). The growth factors contained in PRP are extremely effective in the regeneration and healing of tissues and muscles. It also regulates and stimulates natural collagen production. PRP also helps to stimulate epithelial cells, making cells grow and renew faster.
The Purpose of PRP training
PRP has a great effect in rejuvenating the skin and preventing aging with its mechanism of action. When PRP is injected into the body, they will stimulate the generation of new cells, and, at the same time, stimulate the collagen chain, helping to increase the amount of hyaluronic acid. This will help the skin recover and rejuvenate in the most effective way.
Through advanced PRP training at CAMA’s, you will learn how to apply PRP in the medical field for other purposes such as treating for facial rejuvenation and hair loss.
Side effects and Warnings
Because PRP is essentially a method of injecting a substance into the skin, even though the substance is natural and obtained from the patient’s own blood, there are potential side effects.
PRP is autologous, which means it contains substances that are derived directly from your body. This reduces the risk of an allergic reaction that can occur with injections of other medicines, such as cortisone or hyaluronic acid. However, there are still risks from the injection process, including:
• Nerve injury
• Persistent pain at the injection site
• Tissue damage
As a result, you will be trained to monitor the body’s reactions to the injection in at least half a day. During the PRP training, you will learn to catch abnormalities and perform appropriate actions to remedy them.
Most people who get PRP injections are able to resume daily activities after the injection.
However, within a few weeks or months, you will notice that the area where the PRP was injected will grow more hair than usual. It is also considered a side effect because PRP also has the effect of stimulating keratinocytes, which help grow hair faster. Don’t worry too much about them, because after complete recovery, you will be able to treat this hair growth area with laser methods.
That is all the basics you need to know about CAMA’s PRP treatment training. You can always contact us to learn more about our program and any available promotions for your enrollment.