A stroke (also known as a “cerebral-vascular accident-CVA”) is a medical emergency characterized by rapidly-developing loss of brain functions secondary to a disturbance in the blood supply to the brain. A stroke can cause permanent neurological damage, related permanent complications, or death. Strokes can be divided into two main categories: ischemic and hemorrhagic. Signs and symptoms of a stroke are related to the area of the brain that affected. Typically, symptoms start suddenly, and usually progress over seconds to minutes, often leading to lasting neurologic problems.
Applied Stem Cell Treatment
Stem Cell Treatment + Combined Therapy
Stem cells are provided via several different pathways：
Stereotactic Transplantation: This is the transplanting of regenerative cells by directly into the damaged nerve tissues accurately, and precisely.
Lumber puncture: Injection of stem cells into the cerebrospinal fluid, bringing them into close proximity to the central nervous system damage.
Intravenous therapy: through the bloodstream, and thus across both the brain and the patient’s body to improve central nervous system as well as the patient’s overall condition.
Neuro-intervention: placing multiple cell-types (such as nerve and supportive tissues) through a selective catheter to reach specific areas of damaged brain tissue, thereby treating both symptoms and root causes.
Early Intervention of Rehabilitation (transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)): an adjunctive therapy to promote nerve growth and repair.
Advanced Medical Equipment
This is the Premier in China of the GE Discovery IGS 730 “Intelligent Robot” high-end compound operating room
Advantages of the “Compound Operating Room:
1. Patients enter operating room more quickly, especially important for patients in emergencies;
2. Shortened treatment time, making the operation safer;
3. Limits transfer times between therapeutic interventions, thus avoiding risks in the process of transport such as oxygen deficits and cardiovascular compromise;
4. Focused and expedited professional care;
5. Immediate evaluation of the procedures, and reduced complications.