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Heart diseases are the leading cause of death among men and women in the world. According to the statistics, around 610,000 people die of heart diseases every year in the USA. The causes for the high incidence of cardiovascular diseases are stress, excessive alcohol use, genetic disposition, physical inactivity, smoking, overweight, poor diet, сo-existing diseases and other. The most common type of heart disease is coronary heart disease (CHD), that kills nearly 400,000 people annually in the United States. Only a few of the people with heart diseases know that their state can be treated or significantly improved without risky surgeries. Stem cells therapy is an innovative way to help people with the diseases of the cardiovascular system. It has already proved its effectiveness in fighting CHD, heart failure, acute myocardial infarction, and other life-threatening diseases. For the procedure, doctors take stem cells of the patient, then they cultivate them in the laboratory to the amount needed for the therapy and transplant back to the body. In the organism stem cells have the ability to recognize the disease and differentiate into the cells needed for regeneration. In other words, by implanting stem cells doctors significantly improve natural regenerative abilities of the body. With stem cells researchers can repair heart tissue damaged after heart attacks. Stem cells can also be used as disease prevention for people who have heart disease history in their family.
Duration of the treatment and its results depends on many factors, such as age, a way of life, condition, etc. The treatment plan is designed after a thorough examination of the patient’s condition and is different for every patient.

Improvements

Improvements that can be expected after stem cell therapy:

Cardio function improvement

Regeneration of the damaged tissues after heart attacks

Improvement of blood supply to the heart

Reduction of fibrosis processes

Restoration of blood flow in large areas of the coronary arteries

Heart rate normalization

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Reviews

Improvement in the condition of a patient sufferefing from dilated cardiomyopathy after the treatment at the EmCell clinic

Patient: A.M.
Age: 49
Gender: Male
Diagnosis: Dilated cardiomyopathy
Country: Egypt

A patient A.M. suffering from dilated cardiomyopathy underwent the course of stem cell treatment at the EmCell clinic. After the treatment, his doctor wrote us the following:

Thank you very much for your nice cooperation. The good news is that Mr. A. appreciates too much efforts done by you and the staff of EmCell clinic and he is very happy with the results.

He started to feel better, he was able to sleep (for the first time in 7 years) for 12 hours last night. Due to his disease, he used to wake up every 20- 30 minutes because of dyspnea and chest pain. According to his story, he used to wake up all the night with very little sleep hours, while his family members were sleeping. Last night he went into deep sleep, while his family members were all wake up…

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Stem Cell Therapy for Cardiovascular Disease

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1524698/

I’d like to give you an overall view of what is going on in stem cell therapy for cardiovascular disease. There are 2 major types of cells to consider (Fig. 1). One is skeletal myoblasts, which are already committed skeletal muscle cell precursors or satellite cells that are present in skeletal muscle. These cells can be harvested and, after 2 or 3 weeks of culture, implanted into (for example) an area of scar in the heart, for the purpose of muscle substitution. On the other side of the stem cell world are cells derived from the bone marrow or from other tissues. These include true stem cells in the sense that they may turn into a variety of tissues.

Advances in stem cell therapy for cardiovascular disease (Review)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4899023/

Cardiovascular disease constitutes the primary cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide, and represents a group of disorders associated with the loss of cardiac function. Despite considerable advances in the understanding of the pathologic mechanisms of the disease, the majority of the currently available therapies remain at best palliative, since the problem of cardiac tissue loss has not yet been addressed. Indeed, few therapeutic approaches offer direct tissue repair and regeneration, whereas the majority of treatment options aim to limit scar formation and adverse remodeling, while improving myocardial function. Of all the existing therapeutic approaches, the problem of cardiac tissue loss is addressed uniquely by heart transplantation. Nevertheless, alternative options, particularly stem cell therapy, has emerged as a novel and promising approach. This approach involves the transplantation of healthy and functional cells to promote the renewal of damaged cells and repair injured tissue. Bone marrow precursor cells were the first cell type used in clinical studies, and subsequently, preclinical and clinical investigations have been extended to the use of various populations of stem cells. This review addresses the present state of research as regards stem cell therapy for cardiovascular disease.