Recurrent implantation failure (RIF) refers to failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after transfer of at least four good-quality embryos in a minimum of three fresh or frozen cycles in a woman under the age of 40 years. The failure to implant may be a consequence of embryo or uterine factors. Unsuccessful attempts with the transferring of high grade embryos, due to thin (≤6 mm) endometrium, with or without variations in vascularity is called endometrial RIF. HeilaPearl is a natural intensifier for regenerative forces. HeilaPearl extract, purify and empower multiple regenerative molecules (growth factors) and an important anti-inflammatory (anti-destructive) factor, called “interleukin 1 receptor blocker” from your own blood. These molecules are able to regenerate endometrial tissue leading to successful implantation.
How it Works
Draw Patient’s blood by Syringe
Let Blood Cells interact with BPT for 8 hours
Extract The Enriched Autologous Serum (ACS) from the blood
Inject the Serum to the Target Lesion
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What is ACS (Autologous Conditioned Serum)
ACS refers to a processed serum, obtained from patient’s own blood. ACS contains multiple highly concentrated innate proteins which are extracted from blood cells. These proteins have proven efficacy for prevention, treatment and alleviation of various chronic disorders in human and animals. No chemicals or drug are integrated with ACS during processing phase. ACS is safe with near to zero possibility of side effects for the patients. More ...
What is BPT and how can make a unique ACS?
Black Pearl Technology (BPT) is the latest generation of kits, designed for preparation of ACS in the world. BPT is a modified blood-taking syringe, containing coated glass beads. These glass beads are responsible to have a safe interaction with human blood cells and production of required proteins. More ...
PRP Vs. ACS/BPT
ACS/BPT is more clinically powerful, less invasive for the patient and has fewer reported side effects in comparison to platelet-rich plasma (PRP) in medical literature. More ...