Stem Cell Therapy for Kidney Failure
If a patient’s kidneys fail to filter the waste products from the blood, they will most likely be diagnosed with Kidney Failure (Renal Insufficiency). This medical condition is mostly determined by a decrease in glomerular filtration rate, which means that the rate at which the blood is filtered by the kidney is low. This means a decrease or absence of urine production or the determination of waste products (urea and creatinine) in the blood. Depending on the cause, blood loss in urine (hematuria) or protein loss in urine (proteinuria) can be noted.
Benefits of Stem Cell Treatment for Kidney Failure
- Stem cell therapy for kidney failure has a decreased risk of complications.
- The stem cells are capable of transforming and replacing the destroyed and/or damaged cells.
- It is a new treatment protocol.