Eclipse PRP

With over 800,000 patient cases worldwide since 2013, Eclipse is recognized as the trusted leader in Platelet-Rich Plasma technology.

More of the top PRP medical providers use and recommend Eclipse PRP® over any other brand.

The Eclipse Platelet-Rich Plasma or PRP system utilizes a separator gel technology to isolate the platelets while eliminating the undesirable components such as red blood cells and inflammatory white blood cells.

Vacuum filled, internally coated glass tube designed to:

  • Prevent platelets from “sticking” to tube walls
  • Precisely draw blood at a pressure that prevents lysing of the cells

Proprietary anti-coagulant (MNC7) modified to:

  • Reduce acidity while preventing coagulation of platelets
  • Deliver non-activated platelets physically positioned on top of gel

Separator gel designed to:

  • Spare up to 80% (+/- 9%) of platelets
  • Remove 99.9% of RBC
  • Remove 95% of granulocytes 
Eclipse PRP
Eclipse PRP System
Dr. Amelia Hausauer

“Eclipse is the system that I like to use. The beauty about the single-spin system with the gel is that it really eliminates nearly all the red and white cells so you get a pure platelet-rich plasma.”

DR. AMELIA HAUSAUER

High Concentration Made Simple

Eclipse Easy Spin Process

Collect Patients Blood (11ml or 22ml tube) 

Eclipse Easy Spin Process

Centrifuge (10 min.) 

Eclipse Easy Spin Process

Extract Platelet Poor Plasma (PPP)

Eclipse Easy Spin Process

Collect Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and apply

Product Specifications

Eclipse PRP 11mL tube

Product Description

  • PLT Concentration* 1.5x 
  • Total Platelets ~2.5 x billion
  • RBC <1%
  • WBC <5%
  • Mononuclear cells 86.2%
  • PLT Yield >80% (STD Dev. +/- 9%)
  • pH 7.2-7.7
  • PRP Volume 6mL
*An average of several independent, verified tests using the High Concentration collection method. STD DEV. Mean concentration using 11mL Eclipse PRP HC tube, removing no platelet poor plasma (PPP). Whole Blood platelets counts of 209 (106/mL), white blood cell counts of 7.7 (106/mL) and red blood cell counts of 4.7 (109/mL).

Eclipse PRP® HC 22mL tube

Product Description

  • PLT Concentration* ~3.4x 
  • Total Platelets ~5 x billion
  • RBC <1%
  • WBC <5%
  • Mononuclear cells 86.2%
  • PLT Yield >80% (STD Dev. +/- 9%)
  • pH 7.2-7.7
  • PRP Volume ~6mL
*An average of several independent, verified tests using the High Concentration collection method. STD DEV. Mean concentration using 22mL Eclipse PRP HC tube, removing 7mL of platelet poor plasma (PPP) respectively. Whole Blood platelets counts of 209 (106/mL), white blood cell counts of 7.7 (106/mL) and red blood cell counts of 4.7 (109/mL).

Eclipse PRP® HC 44mL Kit

Product Description

  • PLT Concentration* ~4.5x 
  • Total Platelets ~10 x billion
  • RBC <1%
  • WBC <5%
  • Mononuclear cells 86.2%
  • PLT Yield >80% (STD Dev. +/- 9%)
  • pH 7.2-7.7
  • PRP Volume ~12mL
*An average of several independent, verified tests using the High Concentration collection method. STD DEV. Mean concentration using 22mL Eclipse PRP HC tube, removing 7mL of platelet poor plasma (PPP) respectively. Whole Blood platelets counts of 209 (106/mL), white blood cell counts of 7.7 (106/mL) and red blood cell counts of 4.7 (109/mL).

Why Professionals Trust Eclipse

  • Simple operation
  • Fewer steps than other PRP kits
  • Single spin for 10 minutes
  • Optimal platelet recovery of 80% (+/- 9%)
  • 11mL, 22mL, or 44mL options
  • Smaller blood draw volume
  • Lowest cost per platelet
  • Consistent performance
Dr. Nassif

“What I like about the Eclipse PRP, my number of platelets is just dramatically increased as compared to what I’ve used before. Now with the Eclipse tube, we’re getting a lot more PRP.”

DR. PAUL NASSIF

Eclipse PRP Tube

Safety Profile

Eclipse is an ISO 13485 and MDSAP certified manufacturer.

Eclipse PRP® is manufactured in an ISO 7 cleanroom, with critical phases performed in an ISO 5 environment.

Our gel separator PRP kits are made in an ISO 13485 certified and FDA registered facility.

Several validated and required tests* are performed by third party certifying agencies on our separator gel kit to ensure patient safety for autologous application:

  • Delayed Hypersensitivity Test (GMPT)
  • Cytotoxicity Test by Elution
  • Acute Systemic Toxicity Test

Over 800,000 patient cases have been safely performed worldwide with our system since 2013.

*To request copies of these tests please contact your Eclipse representative. PRP companies without these tests cannot guarantee safety or quality of the product.

Regulatory Status

All PRP products are considered Class II Medical Devices by the United States Food and Drug Administration. All products being sold for the purpose of collecting PRP for point of care autologous applications must obtain FDA Class II clearance by obtaining a 510(k) prior to being sold in the US.

Eclipse PRP® is intended for the safe and rapid preparation of autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from a small sample of blood at the patient point of care. The PRP is mixed with autograft or allograft bone prior to application to a bony defect for improving handling characteristics.

510(k) number: BK110035

In the article titled “US Definitions, current use, and FDA stance on use of platelet-rich plasma in sports medicine”, Beitzel et al† have outlined the FDA’s stance on PRP and the implications for physicians wishing to add PRP to their practice.

†Beitzel, K; Allen, D; Apostolakos, J; Russell, RP; McCarthy, MB; Gallo, GJ; Cote, MP; Mazzocca, AD (February 2015). “US definitions, current use, and FDA stance on use of platelet-rich plasma in sports medicine”. The Journal of Knee Surgery. 28 (1): 29–34.
doi:10.1055/s-0034-1390030. PMID 25268794.
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Precautions

  1. PRP should be applied to the same patient from whom the blood was drawn.
  2. Storage of tubes containing blood at or below 0°C may result in tube breakage.
  3. Storage of tubes above 40°C may damage the gel stability.
  4. Do not use tubes if foreign matter is present.
  5. All anticoagulants are clear. 
  6. Do not use tubes after their expiration date.
  7. Do not re-sterilize and do not attempt to clean this product.
  8. Do not use products if Tyvek® medical package is already opened or damaged.

Risks

  • Infection
  • Bleeding
  • Nerve damage
  • Pain
  • Lack of result