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A heart transplant is the surgical replacement of a patient’s damaged heart with another heart. A donated heart from a person that sadly just passed away. The deceased’s family has agreed to donate their loved one’s healthy heart.
Patients who have a heart so damaged, it can no longer provide blood to the body. These patients have end stage heart failure.
Regenocyte is here to offer you at least one other option to a heart transplant, LVAD transplant surgery or open heart surgery. Spend a few minutes on this website and research some of our advancements in Stem Cell treatment of the heart. Stem cell therapy can be performed and has been successfully performed in lieu of a heart transplant, LVAD transplant or open heart surgery.
Our success rate is unbelievable. Almost too hard to believe. The testimonials are real people and the treatment is not experimental. Our stem cell case studies offer patient results showing this is a treatment with longevity. The less invasive the heart treatment the better results for the patient.
If you feel that stem cell treatment might be an option for you, we ask that you talk to Cardiologist, Dr Grakos and learn about his 15 year mission to offer heart patients a less invasive treatment for heart transplant, LVAD transplant surgery or open heart surgery.
Here are some benefits of adult stem cell treatment of a damaged heart:
Improvement in Ejection Fraction, Decrease in Heart Size, Improved Physical Capacity, Less Swelling, Less Shortness of Breath, Less Hospitalizations, Less Medications, Longer Survival
Patients who have severe cardiac disease with a history of coronary infarction, congestive heart failure, those with previous bypass surgery and stents, cardiomyopathy, and individuals with low ejection
Watch this informative video that highlights one of our patients and how their heart was treated with Stem Cell Therapy. Stem Cell Treatment for the heart saved this patient’s life.
Regenocyte generates healthy heart healing cells in the laboratory and then transplants those cells into patients with chronic heart disease. Stem cells cultivated from the patient’s own body and transplanted into a damaged heart, can generate new collateral vessels with a stem cell treatment of the heart.
Treatment is non-invasive consisting of an intravenous infusion of precursor cardiomyocyte stem cells derived from a patient’s own blood through a specially designed catheter. This approach increases the engraftment, survival and proliferation of the stem cells to the heart muscle.
To find out more about stem cells treatment for the heart, click here or call us at (866) 216-5710