Stem Cell Therapy for Treating Kidney Disease: Things You May Want to Know
What kind of analysis should be done in case of admission to your hospital to ensure the success of the whole procedure?
Usually, we will arrange the patient to have OKT done after the admission and before performing any treatment. OKT is one of the most important cell mass in the whole immune system. It is used to detect the function of cellular immunity and humoral immunity. OKT can report the immunological function status and its balance in the human body. By doing the OKT, the immune system can be measured and by which we can tell if Stem Cell Therapy is suitable for the patient.
How long is necessary to show whether the therapy succeed or not?
Three to six months in average in our clinical practice. It depends on the recipient’s specific physical condition as well as the medical condition. Sometimes it takes effect within one month, while sometimes it needs three months. The effect of Stem Cell Therapy is associated with the following factors:
1. The number of stem cell you receive
2. The type of stem cells
3. Patient’s own renal function and specific condition
4. Matched therapeutic schedule
Other adjunctive therapies should be done since just Stem Cell Therapy is far from enough. In our hospital, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy not only helps promote the therapeutic effects of Stem Cell Therapy, but also solves renal problems.
What is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy for?
The therapy is adopted before the actual conduction of Stem Cell Therapy; usually we will adopt 7-10 days herbal medicine to create a more favorable internal environment, such as promotes the blood circulation, degrades excessive extracellular matrix in kidneys and alleviates inflammatory response, things of that sort. Therefore, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy will be conducted every single day after the hospitalization. And after the discharge, two or three months’ further application is required to consolidate the therapeutic effects.
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