Is Stem Cell Therapy Helpful for Treating ESRD2016-08-16 18:22
It is known that kidney disease is hard to be cured, especially when it progressed into the advanced stage. So people have been committed to seeking an effective treatment, after years of researches and clinical experiences, experts have found that Stem Cell Therapy is helpful for treating this disease, even after it progressed into the end stage.
What is stem cell therapy?
Stem cell therapy refers to stem cells go to damaged areas and regenerate new cells and tissues in an appropriate condition. In recent years, this therapy has been used widely to treat respiratory diseases, cerebropathy, blood disease, liver diseases, etc. For kidney disease patients, stem cell therapy shows a quite potential effect on repairing damaged kidney inherent cells and rebuilding kidney normal structure.
How can Stem cell therapy treat ESRD?
In one sterile environment, a lot of stem cells are injected to patients' body. Then, they can go to damaged kidneys to differentiate into kidney inherent cells. For example, if glomerular epithelial cells are damaged, stem cells will differentiate into this kind of cells. Once these new cells can play their work normally, it means kidney disease is treated fundamentally.
What are the curative effects of stem cell therapy?
- Repair damaged kidney cells and regenerate new cells
- Rebuild immune system through inhibiting the proliferation of T cells and immune reactions
- Improve kidney function largely
- Alleviate complications such as high creatinine level and hypertension
- Prevent the relapse of kidney disease
- Delay or even avoid dialysis
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