Stem cell treatment procedure
The stem cell treatment procedure http://www.startstemcells.com/stem-cells-treatment-procedure.html The procedure is done in four simple stages: harvesting, separation, activation and treatment.
There is many beneficial for treatment with stem cells. Most common diseases that can be treated effectively with stem cells are: Multiple sclerosis or ms, Autism, Stroke, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Diabetes Type 2, Liver Disease, Spinal Cord Injuries, ALS, COPD, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Heart Conditions, Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis, and many others.
Treatment with stem cells starts with harvesting, when stem cells are collected from patient’s own body, either from bone marrow or adipose tissue. Anesthesia provides a pain free process.
After this stage, comes separation. Stem cells are separated from other cells using a high-speed stem cell centrifuge machine.
The third phase is activation. Stem cells are enriched with patient’s own blood plasma. Afterwards, this mixture is put into the AdiLight machine where they are photo activated. When this process is finished, stem cells are ready for a transfer.
At last, comes the treatment phase. During this time, a patient is resting and receiving the activated stem cells via standard IV drip. After getting into the body, stem cells are circulating the system until they find the area of damaged tissue. They home it and start the repair process.
Stem cell treatment procedure video:
00:10 Stem cell treatment procedure
00:40 Procedure stages
01:04 Harvesting, Separation, Activation, Treatment
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