Cell stem research is rapidly growing and replacing previous treatments for people suffering from various lung diseases, such as:
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- Cahronic Bronchitis
- Pulmonary Fibrosis
- Interstitial Lung Disease
The Lung Institute uses autologous (derived from organisms of the selfsame individual) stem cells from the patient’s body. The cells are extracted from the patient in two ways. One by the use of blood (Venous) treatment procedure and the second method of bone marrow treatment.
The venous process sounds relatively straight forward. As explained by lifestylesafter50, stem cells are removed from the bloodstream, separated and immediately returned intravenously through an IV. The IV pushes the stem cells through the right chamber of the heart, then to the lungs. After the stem cells reach the lungs, they are trapped in a pulmonary trap. In this trap, the cells begin to reproduce and promote healing in the lungs and continue their travels through the entire blood stream. Unfortunately, the cells can remain trapped and not go the whole process of leaving the lungs and continuing through the system distributing the new healthy stem cells throughout the body. When stem cells are caught in the pulmonary trap, the bloodstream from receiving healthy cells, thus slowing the healing process throughout the body. A small cut or sore can be starved of healthy rejuvenating cells. A minor cut typically takes 2-3 days from initial cut to scabbed healing. Without these healthy cells moving through the bloodstream, a small cut can take weeks to heal, and depends on the health of the patient.
Aside from the pulmonary trap, stem cells work their magic recreating themselves reproducing healthy productive cells throughout the body. According to Hawaii News Now, the Lung Institute has an 84% improvement rate among the patients who have received this treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Patients have experienced vast improvement with the ease of breathing and results are rapid.
Of course, recipients of this treatment must be screened to ensure they are a candidate for this form of therapy. Tests are performed, and beneficiaries of this treatment are evaluated. It is best to contact your physician to discuss the possibility of receiving this advanced stem cell pulmonary treatment.
The Lung Institute has offices located in Florida, Tennessee, Nashville and Pennsylvania. https://lunginstitute.com/treatment/venous/
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