Stem Cell Therapy Contradictions

Therapeutic contradictions

  1. Exacerbated vasculitis: capillaritis, phlebitis, arteristis (treatment with fetal stem cells is possible after at least three months of remission).
  2. Acute thrombosis (treatment is possible not earlier than 3-6 months after exacerbation).
  3. Acute hemophthalmia (after 3 months).
  4. Expressed pulmonary hypertension secondary to vasculitis, thrombosis, pneumonia, development of acute or subacute pulmonary heart.
  5. Terminal stage of the disease (expressed intoxication, advanced metabolic dysfunctions and decompensation of internal organs).

Cardiologic contradictions

  1. Acute myocardial infraction (treatment is possible when a patient can be transported, when troponin level is normalized)
  2. Unstable angina (treatment is possible only after reperfusion of any origin)
  3. Pulmonary embolism
  4. Recurrence of chronic pulmonary embolism
  5. Increased blood pressure at erythremia
  6. Acute myocarditis
  7. Acute pericarditis
  8. Acute endocarditis

Neurological contradictions

  1. Acute cerebrovascular disease of hemorrhagic type, including subarachnoid hemorrhage, acute period of 4 to 6 months.
  2. Acute cerebrovascular disease of ischemic type, the most acute period of up to 9 days.
  3. Acute viral encephalitis, meningitis.
  4. Multiple sclerosis in the acute stage (treatment should not be carried out in the acute period).
  5. Spinal injury (therapy is possible 2 to 3 months after the injury, provided the patient can be transported).
  6. Inflammatory diseases of the nervous system in the acute stage.
  7. Epilepsy (treatment is possible in a controlled course of the disease, an established anticonvulsant therapy).
  8. Spastic syndrome of any etiology (treatment is possible in a controlled course of the disease, an established anticonvulsant therapy).

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