About Stem cells

Clinical trials conducted in recent years around the world have shown the enormous regenerative potential of mesenchymal stem cells located in adipose tissue. Because of its origin (adipose tissue), mesenchymal stem cells are called ADSC (Adipose Derived Stem Cells). ADSC stem cells have the ability to transform into several different types of mature cells, including: epithelial cells (skin), adipocytes (fat), endothelial cells (vessels), chondrocytes (cartilage), osteocytes (bones), myocytes (muscles) and neurocytes (the nervous system). Research indicates a greater regenerative potential of ADSC stem cells in orthopedics, aesthetic medicine or diabetology than stem cells residing in the bone marrow.

ADSC stem cells administered in a specific area behave very intelligently, recognizing the environment in which they are located and responding to its needs. Thanks to this, the regeneration process is initiated, which results in a gradual tissue reconstruction.

The Pulsmed Hospital has many years of experience in the field of ADSC stem cell therapies, which in combination with adipose-derived stromal vascular fraction cells (SVF) are able to regenerate many tissues and organs. We offer our patients a number of treatments based on ADSC stem cells in many disease entities, as well as an element of anti-aging therapy.

The professionalism and experience of the Pulsmed Hospital in the field of ADSC stem cell therapies are confirmed by the Ministry of Health’s authorization for collecting stem cells from adipose tissue for autologous use, as well as the permission of the National Tissue and Cell Banking Center for the processing, testing, storage and distribution of ADSC stem cells.

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