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Can Stemcell Therapy help patients with Coronavirus?

Stemcell therapy for coronavirus

Stem Cell Therapy for Coronavirus

A 65-year-old woman with diabetes who became seriously ill after contracting the coronavirus made an impressive recovery after receiving stemcell therapy injections. The woman was “fighting for her life” in intensive care at a Chinese hospital almost two weeks after becoming infected. 

In this innovative treatment approach, the patient received an injection of umbilical cord-derived stem cells. Within four days, she was back up on her feet again. Previously, she had received antiviral medications and antibiotics, as well as oxygen therapy, which improved her condition but only temporarily. Shortly thereafter, she was admitted to the ICU where her condition continued to worsen, with severe symptoms including organ failure, until her family agreed to begin stem cell therapy.

How does stemcell therapy help patients with Coronavirus?

Stemcell therapy was first suggested as a possible treatment for the severe organ damage caused by Covid-19. It employs the use of powerful, adaptive early-stage cells that have the incredible ability to give rise to multiple types of fully-functioning cells, such as those found in specific types of organs and tissues. Animal testing has shown that stem cell therapy could repair the damage caused by the virus.

What about any downsides or sideffects?

Leading physicians and reseachers working in the field of regenerative medicine, agree that stem cell therapy is "safe and effective.After experiencing no adverse effects upon receiving the initial dose, the patient received a second shot of stem cells three days later. The next day, she was able to walk with minimal help. Two days after her third and final shot, she left ICU, and her vital signs have since returned to normal. She has also now tested negative for the coronavirus. This case is among 14 others currently testing the use of stem cell therapy for coronavirus treatment. 

Can Stemcell therapy be used a precautionary measure?

According to Edgar Suter, MD who has performed hundreds of successful stem cell therapy treatments, the anti inflammatory and healing properties of stem cells can help patients form a  formidable barrier against the virus. This is especially true for patients who are less equipped to fight off infections due to a weaker immune system, other illnesses or aging. Per Dr. Suter, fortifying the lungs" with umbilical cord tissue that contains millions of potent stem cells is a great way for patients to boost their ability to fight off virus and other related illnesses. 

What other conditions can be helped with stemcell therapy?

Stemcell therapy can help repair damaged tissue and organs. At Vibrant Health Care, we have seen great results in patients with a wide range of conditions, including:

How can patients learn more about stemcell therapy and treatment options?

At Vibrant Health Care, Dr. Suter and his medical team are offering FREE one on one consultations to patients who are interested in discussing options for stemcell therapy. The dotors at Vibrant Health Care work in a private setting with each patient discuss their individual treatment plan and if requested, treatments can be performed the same day.

How can one make a FREE Consultation appointment?

Patients can call 480-874-5806 to scheudule their free consultation appointment at Vibrant Health Care, in Scottsdale, Arizona. The appointments usually take 30 to 45 minutes. 

 

 

Author
Faisal Naveed Faisal Naveed Faisal Naveed is the Chief Executive Officer at Vibrant Health Care, a leading Regenerative Medicine Company based in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is an accomplished leader with 20 years of experience in building, growing and transforming businesses and healthcare organizations. During his executive career, Mr. Naveed has held several senior leadership positions such as the CEO, President and Board Member. He also volunteers for the United Nations as an Advisor in the field of Global Economic Development. Before Vibrant Health Care, Mr. Naveed served as the CEO of Orthoease, a multinational medical software and practice management company. Mr. Naveed is an alumnus of American College of Healthcare Executives. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Arizona State University. He also received a Master’s degree in International Management from Thunderbird and has studied at the Harvard Business School, Executive Education Program.

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