The Vortex Engineering Method is a unique process for minimizing loss of platelet deposited at
an inner bottom surface of the tube along with the red corpuscle by generating a vortex on the
fluid flow using a valve and a protrusion (structures) formed at the center of the tube.
The PRP has been extracted by a conventional tube, the method of which is such that blood projected in a tube is rotated by a centrifuge to allow the red corpuscle to move downwards of the tube and the plasma to move upwards of the tube in response to difference of specific gravity and density, where a large amount of platelet is deposited at the inner bottom surface of the tube along with the red corpuscle.
Features or Strong Points of Tubex
Tubex is manufactured and packed in a sterilized facility, and is further sterilized by gamma rays after the packaging process.
Tubexis hermetically structured in all connections thereof to ward off various contaminating sources, whereby much cleaner PRP can be acquired.
Two tubes of Tubex is so interconnected as to enable a prompt enrichment of red corposcule and plasma by locking a valve mounted at an upper tube and a lower tube after the plasma in the drawn blood is separated from the red corposcule.
Tubexis so designed as to allow all processes of projection, separation and enrichment of blood to be measured by graduations indicated on the tubes to the convenience of a user.
Tubexis hermetically structured to allow a user to vacuumize using a syringe such that the Tubex can be used as a vacuum blood drawing tube (the specification of which may be ordered in separate request and package).
Tubexis disposable and cannot be refilled.
Tubex is a Korean Invention having acquired a legitimate registration and has taken out an international patent.
Tubexis made of materials proper for use in medical fields.
Tubex is classified into two types based on user requirement, that is, a 10cc standard and a 20cc standard.
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