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Table 3 PRP type and injection characteristics

From: Is platelet-rich plasma an ideal biomaterial for arthroscopic rotator cuff repair? A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

Study Leukocyte-poor/rich PRP Volume (ml) Activating agent Applied site
Castricini et al. 2011 [25] Leukocyte-rich PRP NR Not report Bone-tendon interface
Randelli et al. 2011 [31] Leukocyte-rich PRP 6 Calcium chloride Bone-tendon interface and subacromial space
Gumina et al. 2012 [27] Leukocyte-rich PRP 5.2 Calcium gluconate Bone-tendon interface
Weber et al. 2012 [35] Leukocyte-poor PRP 1 Calcium Bone-tendon interface
Jo et al. 2013 [28] Leukocyte-poor PRP 9 Calcium gluconate Bone-tendon interface
Ruiz-Moneo et al. 2013 [33] Leukocyte-poor PRP 1 Calcium chloride Bone-tendon interface
Malavolta et al. 2014 [30] Leukocyte-poor PRP 10 Calcium chloride Bone-tendon interface
Sánchez Márquez et al. 2011 [34] Leukocyte-poor PRP 7 Not report Bone-tendon interface
Rodeo et al. 2012 [32] Leukocyte-poor PRP 9 Calcium chloride Bone-tendon interface
Flury et al. 2016 [26] Leukocyte-poor PRP 4 Not report Bone-tendon interface
Holtby et al. 2016 [9] Leukocyte-poor PRP 7 Not report Bone-tendon interface
Pandey et al. 2016 [10] Leukocyte-poor PRP 8 Calcium chloride Bone-tendon interface
Jo et al. 2015 [29] Leukocyte-poor PRP 9 Calcium gluconate Bone-tendon interface