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Table 2 Effects of four different centrifugation forces for one-step platelet-rich plasma preparation with and without carprofen (N = 12)

From: Optimization of a rapid one-step platelet-rich plasma preparation method using syringe centrifugation with and without carprofen

Force, xgPlatelet concentration, X 103 cell/μlPlatelet fold-increaseRecovery, %Coefficient of variance, %
Without carprofena
 300391.75 ± 49.55***2.02 ± 0.28***56.70 ± 5.22***0.82
 500328.17 ± 55.36***1.74 ± 0.16***69.87 ± 3.84***1.38
 700290.75 ± 56.69*1.54 ± 0.17*83.00 ± 4.70**1.70
 900260.13 ± 44.851.38 ± 0.1288.66 ± 3.491.71
With carprofenb
 3001556.10 ± 339.55***8.19 ± 0.84***89.39 ± 7.08***1.87
 500948.50 ± 261.404.95 ± 0.7697.80 ± 1.721.78
 700552.29 ± 187.22***2.87 ± 0.63***86.19 ± 2.71***2.42
 900447.13 ± 116.64***2.34 ± 0.33***82.80 ± 3.88***2.23
  1. aCompared with the optimal centrifugation force of 900 xg. b Compared with the optimal centrifugation force of 500 xg. Platelet concentration, increase and % recovery expressed as mean ± standard deviation. g = gravitational force. *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, and ***p < 0.001 in post-hoc tests