GHP 2018 Pharmaceutical Manufacturing & Packaging Awards

16 GHP / Pharmaceutical Manufacturing & Packaging Awards 2018 , Leading orthopaedic physicians have been performing the LIPOGEMS procedure that gently processes the body’s own powerful fat tissue in order to help clients to heal the natural way for a number of years. Innovations in orthopaedic medicine show the patient’s own powerful fat contains important reparative cells. The LIPOGEMS system comes in a complete kit and only very few additional medications and items are needed. This simple and minimally invasive Best Regenerative Medicine Provider 2018 LIPOGEMS is aglobally focusedfirmthat operates in27different countries andstrives toprovide physicians and patient’s adipose tissue solutions that are compliant andwhich help support the healing environment for damagedor injured tissue inavarietyof specialties.Weprofile thefirm to find out more about its creative, pioneering solutions and how it is changing the healthcare market for the better. procedure requires harvesting, concentrating, and transferring the patient’s own adipose tissue to helps support the healing process. The procedure can be performed in under an hour, and it meets the new FDA guidelines and is FDA cleared for use in orthopaedics and arthroscopic surgery and a variety of other specialties. This LIPOGEMS system uses only saline to help wash the contaminants, rinse, and resize the fat tissue. The benefit of LIPOGEMS is that it keeps all the special cells within PP180002 the fat working harmoniously to help you heal the natural way. LIPOGEMS is injected precisely into areas of the body in order to help establish an environment to support tissue healing and repair. LIPOGEMS may be ideal for patients looking for a minimally invasive procedure in the office and that need surgery to support the healing process. The solution is particularly vital currently, as orthopaedic physicians are always looking for ways to advance patient care and provide more options. The patient demographics are changing because of the impact of obesity, age, and activity levels. Patients are living longer and would like to remain active in participating in their activities of daily living, spending time with their friends and family, and participating in recreational activities. In addition, those patients suffering from joint pain are also younger, more active, and participate in higher impact activities. Obesity is a growing epidemic and may impact orthopaedic care. As a result, there is an increase in patients suffering from

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