Is that possible to use Stem Cell Therapy treat for Diabetic Nephropathy effectively? Diabetic Nephropathy is a kind of kidney damage which caused by Diabetes for many years’ uncontrolled. It is hard to fix up damaged kidney organization cells, so that treat for Diabetic Nephropathy is a hard problem for many patients.
Treatment for diabetic nephropathy should be comprehensive treatment, emphasizing prevention and early treatment. Active control of blood glucose, urinary albumin excretion rate checked regularly, control blood pressure, reduce urinary protein excretion.
While the most important for the treatment of it is to repair kidney damage and improve kidney function from its root.
Stem cell therapy is a kind of effective treatment for Diabetic Nephropahty which uses inherent stem cells from patients’ own bodies to transplant into kidney with the purpose to save the damaged kidney cells. Recover vitality of kidney cells will stop the development process of renal failure.
It is also able to increase red blood cells, which means the kidney will have more blood through to improve the condition of ischemia and hypoxia for kidney cells. Enough blood flow and recover vitality of kidney cells will make kidney function improve naturally in the end.
Not all patients can take stem cell therapy, because damaged kidney organization cells can be repaired in some degree, but for the dead cells there have not way for them. So that it is only suitable for patients who still have some kidney function or still have some survival cells exist.
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