Grafts preservation solution

Grafts preservation

There are a lot of factors that contribute to a high rate of survival in a hair transplant procedure, which a hair surgeon have to control during the procedure. Factors as hydration, temperature, time out of body, and gentle handling of the grafts are very significant to have a quality hairtransplantion. Except from these basic factors, there are also some secondary factors such as operating techniques, graft care, storage solutions, and additives, which have to be considered.

Regarding to the storage of transplanted grafts HypoThermosol is the leading graft holding solution aand it is the solution that choiexperts trust for holding their grafts alive.

Of the secondary factors that a hairtranplant surgeon have to consider to improve the quality of a hair transplant procedure, ex vivo storage of follicular units prior to implantation is surely on of the most important.A series of stressful situations occur to hairtransplant grafts from the moment they are extracted from the body until revascularization is complete approximately 3 days post operation.

Dehydration, mechanical trauma, hypoxia, ATP depletion, reperfusion injury, cold injury and lactic acid accumulation are all pitfalls that serve to reduce viability of the follicular graft.

HypoThermosol® for grafts preservation: storage solution is an optimized storage solution that has been shown to increase the viability of hair grafts following a period of ex vivo storage. The use of Hypothermosol improves graft survival rate for the time they remain outside of the body.

HypoThermosol is formulated specifically to support tissue samples during hypothermic storage, and address the stresses of hypothermia with balanced ions and molecules, targeted pH buffering, and potent free radical scavengers that reduce hair follicle cell death via apoptosis and necrosis.
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USP/Highest Quality Components

Sterility, Endotoxin, and Cell-Based Release Testing

Manufactured in compliance with FDA cGMP guidelines