Stem cell therapy and which diseases is currently applied? Stem cells are undifferentiated cells of same line who have the capacity also after the birth to go through a cycle and divide. They are therefore very interesting in the treatment of chronic disease, and neurological problems. In this cycle are cells that replace lost cells and specialize. These cells can form different types of specialized cells, but create new stem cells and are therefore not yet available on a specific feature set. The various cell types of stem cells are autologous adult stem cells, embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells. Embryonic stem cells are suitable due to the risk of cancer and not for therapeutic purposes for ethical reasons, because they come from human embryos.
Adult stem cells occur in everyone, at any age, and are also in very different accumulation in all tissues such as muscle, skin, fat, brain, liver, and bone marrow. Adult stem cells can share a life long and generate different cells. A kind of transplant is Autologous stem cell therapy, and the patient receives his own stem cells injected back a third-party donor is not required. Body’s own stem cells are in perfect condition with regard to the compatibility of the tissue and are not rejected. By Leukapherese, stem cells circulating in the blood are separated from other cells in the blood. Thus any tumor cells with stem cells taken from and then again re-infused, separates you from the tumor cells using antibodies acquired stem cells. These cells wander after the transfer of stem cells in the bone marrow, settle and form new blood cells. A body’s own stem cell therapy is used especially in nerve and muscle disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis, dementia, Parkinson’s, ALS, and age-related diseases such as arthritis, rheumatism, diabetes.
In addition is heart disease, epilepsy treated in liver diseases, and even a Stem cell face lift is possible. The body’s own stem cell therapy is considered very low risk, but nevertheless should be performed by an experienced hospital. A qualified clinic first determined which preparatory and accompanying measures are needed. These decisions are set together with the patient. Already on the second day after the arrival, it is possible to perform the actual blood loss of stem cell therapy in most cases. While the stem cells in the laboratory, the accompanying measures be carried out depending on the diagnosis. The patient is prepared by various therapies such as a detoxification, immune modulation, or ozone therapy on the application of stem cells and the body is thus strengthened and developed. The increased stem cells come back after about 8-10 days from the laboratory and are injected by a specialized therapist back. After a thorough observation and analysis within a few hours, can the patient in most cases on the same day leave the clinic. A chance of success of the transplantation of Autologous stem cells depends strongly from the type and the stage of the disease or even of individual factors of the patient such as, for example, the age. For more information on the trade portal.