How Stem Cell Treatment is Done

We at Stem Cell Medicare have been giving treatment to patients with degenerative diseases with autologous mesenchymal stem cells with great success. We strive to design protocol for each patient to suit his needs. The technique is quite effective, safe and without any side effects.
The Protocol Involves The Following Steps
Patient Selection

  • Adult Or with Parental approval
  • Patient with exclusion criteria for each disease
  • Written and video consent to receive the treatment

Stem Cell Extraction
The mesenchymal stem cells are collected from

  • Blood
  • Bone marrow and or abdominal body fat
  • Mesenchymal cell separation.

The mesenchymal are separated by special procedure from the blood , bone marrow or adipose tissue samples.

Stem Cell Processing: Part of the blood, bone marrow and body fat stem cells are sent to a nationally accredited laboratory for amplification and differentiation of progenitor cells. These cells are administered on the subsequent visits.

Quality Certificate: Each patient receives a third party certificate (nationally accredited laboratory), for quality, quantity of viable cells.

Implantation Of Stem Cells: The stem cell implantation can be done in the following ways.

  • Intravenous administration
  • Intrathecal (lumber puncture)
  • Intramuscular
  • Intraarterial
  • Subcutaneous
  • Liberation angioplasty
  • Surgical administration for stroke

Follow up: The Staff at Stem Cell Medicare will call you after one month, two months and six months to see the progress of the treatment. This helps us refine our protocols to improve further. You can also call for any other help in case required.

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