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Stem cell delivery methods

There are several methods for delivering stem cells, including intravenous injection, intramuscular injection, topical application, and direct injection into affected tissues and organs.

The delivery method of stem cells can vary depending on the type of condition being treated, the type of stem cells being used, and the healthcare provider’s individual approach. It’s important to discuss the potential benefits and risks of each delivery method with a qualified healthcare provider before undergoing stem cell therapy.

Intravenous injection

Intravenous injection involves delivering stem cells directly into the bloodstream through the veins. This method is minimally invasive and allows the stem cells to circulate throughout the body, potentially reaching areas in need of repair or regeneration.

Intramuscular injection

Intramuscular injection involves delivering stem cells into the muscle tissue. This method is often used for musculoskeletal conditions, such as osteoarthritis, and allows for the direct delivery of stem cells to the affected area.

Topical application

Topical application involves applying stem cell-containing products, such as creams or gels, directly to the skin. This method is often used in cosmetic and dermatological procedures to promote collagen production and improve skin texture and appearance.

Direct injection

Direct injection into affected tissues and organs involves delivering stem cells directly into the specific area of the body that requires treatment. This method is often used for conditions such as spinal cord injuries or heart disease, where targeted delivery of stem cells is required.

Stereotactic Brain Surgery

Stereotactic surgery is usually recommended for elderly patients with cerebral palsy and for patients with cervical spinal cord injuries at C2, C3, or C4 levels. It is preceeded by a thorough check-up and laboratory tests and performed under general anesthesia.

CT-Guided Intraspinal Injection

CT-guided intraspinal injec­tion has been devel­oped for the treatment of spinal cord injury. The pro­ce­dure causes no trauma to the patient, avoids loss of blood and pain, and allows for rapid recov­ery. A major advan­tage is that no major surgery is required.

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