A stroke is an acute impairment of blood circulation in the brain, as a result of which the processes of irreversible dying off of brain cells begin. Today, there is no 100% effective medicine for stroke, and a favorable prognosis depends primarily on the timely diagnosis and the appointment of the correct treatment.
After the emergency treatment in the acute period, rehabilitation, or, in other words, recovery after a stroke is necessary. In addition to medicines, there are tasks that can only be solved using an alternative source.:
Restoration of brain functions
Restoration of blood circulation in the brain in the outbreak of stroke
The Center for Regenerative Medicine conducts restorative treatment based on numerous stem cell transplantation studies. The result of research shows that bone marrow stem cells are able to improve blood circulation in the brain, reduce the formation of scar tissue, prevent CNS disorders and contribute to more successful rehabilitation of patients.
Today, this building material is used to treat:
Anti-inflammatory effect in the focus of damage
Improving nutrition of neurons
Reducing the process of dying neurons
Improving the blood supply to the brain.
Therefore, it is worth noting that cell therapy can become one of the most popular, and most importantly, effective means of treatment and recovery after a stroke..
In addition, the isolation and transplantation of one’s own stem cells serve as an effective way of preventing the recurrence of the disease, since stroke patients once have a 50% higher risk of recurrence..
The technology of treatment with the help of transplantation of its own stem cells is registered by the Center for Regenerative Medicine in the field of public health and social development. It consists in the following actions:
Emergency departure to the patient
Taking the required amount of bone marrow (under local anesthesia)
Isolation of stem cells from the material
Reproduction of stem cells into specialized incubators
Introduction of stem cells to the patient using an dropper (twice, with a break of one month)
Follow-up of the recovery process.