Stem Cell Therapy for Congestive Heart Failure CHF

Congestive Heart Failure or CHF is a state wherein the heart does not have the capability to properly function as a pump. As a result of the cardiac-malfunction the oxygen pumped into the body is insufficient. Congestive heart failure is generally caused by simultaneous illnesses.  Illnesses that weaken the cardiovascular system,heart muscle,or diseases that trigger the heart muscles to become stiff, or illnesses that create an increase in oxygen demands for the body which consequently increases the supply for fresh oxygen by the body when the heart is incapable of producing oxygen-rich blood at the level needed.

Congestive heart failure and ishchemic heart disease can have an impact on numerous organs in the body. For instance, the injured areas of the heart directly affected by the sickness does not have the capability to produce enough blood for the kidneys, which then affect their capability to excrete water and salt (sodium). The distressed kidney function may cause the body to retain more fluids than needed by the body. The lungs also may develop pulmonary edema (PE).

Stem Cell Treatment for Heart Failure

Cardiac tissue regeneration using clinical grade mesenchymal stem cells. Regenerated heart tissue and creation of new blood vessels leads to improvement in overall cardiac function and reduction in the infarct zone without adverse side effects.

PE occurs when the fluid in the lungs diminishes a person’s ability to exercise normally. Fluid might likewise accumulate inside the liver, which directly affects it function by impairing the livers capability to create important proteins and also in helping clear the body of harmful elements and/or toxins. The intestines might also turn out to be much less effective in being able to absorb the vitamins, nutrients and medicines a human needs. The fluids in the body can also accumulate quickly which could result to edema (severe swelling) of the ankles and feet.


How Does Stem Cell Treatment for CHF Work?

An Ejection fraction of 20% would be considered a dangerous level and therefore indicates a highly advanced stage of heart failure. Healthy people without any cardiovascular diseases usually have ejection fractions in between 52% and 68%.

The primary issue is the fact that the chamber responsible for pumping one’s heart (The left ventricle) becomes enlarged and isn’t beating effectively causing   the EF percentage level to dangerously low levels. Ideally, EF percentages ought to be between 52% and 74%. This number also represents the quantity of blood pumped out from the heart on every beat. The walls of the left ventricle are hypokinetic. Hypokenetic state indicates they are not contracting correctly, they’re considered “lazy”. This is also why the EF% is low and the patients have Diastolic Dysfunction of the heart.

Recent Patient Who Received Cardiac Cells to Repair Heart Failure

Cell Therapy for Congestive Heart Failure

CHF-Stem-Cell-ThailandStem cells are un-specialized cells that have two essential characteristics that distinguish them from other cells inside our bodies. Stem Cells are able to replenish their numbers naturally and indefinitely via cell division. If stem cells ever receive chemical indicators (ie dysfunctions, trauma,damage etc) they are able to migrate to the injured/dysfunctional area and transform themselves into the very specialized cells needed to perform a particular functions. Functions or tissues or cells like nerve cells or even heart cells. Other cardiovascular treatments include:

  • Stem cell therapy for Coronary artery disease
  • Stem cell therapy for Angina
  • Stem cell therapy for Heart disease
  • Stem cell therapy for Cardiomyopathy
  • Stem cell therapy for Ischemia
  • Stem cell therapy for Heart Attack

Cardiac Regeneration Therapy – Overview

Once qualified for treatments,Injections of enriched mesenchymal stem cells are introduced into damaged heart tissue. This cellular proliferation helps enhance the performance/condition patients suffering from serious congestive heart failure. Stem cells for CHF works primarily through the creation of new blood vessels “Angiogenesis” that also helps improve tissue perfusion. The newly lab grown/expanded cells are carefully “transplanted” back into the patient through targeted infusions and/or into the damaged heart muscle or even by infusing them into the coronary arteries. Through the process of “Homing(22457109) Stem cells migrate into the heart muscle for months after the initial treatment to assist in the regeneration process through the transformation into healthy functioning heart cells.

Benefits of having CHF Cell Therapy:

  • Sustained improvement in heart pumping power and its ability to regulate proper supply blood to the body (21486631)
  • Improved regulation of O2 (Oxygen) Intake and Use  (23509740)
  • Greater Reduction in Angina (23238707)
  • Reduction in the infarct size with Reduction in heart muscle scar
  • Noticeable improvement in the patients overall well-being and physical endurance.
Please note Stem Cell Therapies may not be appropriate for all Heart Conditions. Cell Therapy and Heart tissue and cell Engineering are limited based on the extent of heart muscle and tissue damage and current and accurate medical condition of the patient. Travel Restrictions may apply. Patients requiring sustained oxygen assistance do not qualify for our treatment protocol.


Treatment Overview

Number of Stem Cell Injections for CHF: 2-6 Clinical Grade Cell Injections of Hematopoietic Mesenchymal Stem cells (per Treatment stage requirement) Severe cases with multiple comorbidities may require a multiple stage delivery using transvascular injections with direct injection Into the ventricular walls to ensure optimal results.

Physical Rehabilitation Treatment for CHF: Rehabilitation therapy is optional based on the patients time constraints. Full rehabilitation and nursing care can be provided 2-4 hours per day and up to 4 days per week
. Medical visas and accommodations for the patient and family/friends at an extended stay hotel can also be included upon request. Estimated treatment length is 14 – 21 nights in total.

Cost for Treating Congestive Heart Failure

Our clinical grade cell therapy for the treatment of Congestive Heart Failure is focused on providing measurable results which require proper extraction and expansion of MSCs cell before infusions. The multi-stage protocol is not a 1 day procedure and candidates will be required a to travel to Thailand for the minimum of 14 nights in Bangkok. Due to the varying degrees of heart disease our cardiologists will first need to better understand the patient’s current medical needs in order determine is cell therapy will be beneficial. Upon acceptance, A detailed treatment plan will be provided and will include a day by day itinerary outlining the cardiac cell regeneration protocol along with other details such as an exact total number nights required along with the total and fixed medical related expenses. To begin the no obligation qualification process for the regeneration center of Thailand heart clinic please prepare the patients recent medical records such as an Echocardiogram, EKG, Tilt Table, Heart CT Scan or SPECT exam (Single-photon emission computed tomography) and contact us today.

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Comments 4

  1. Erick a Williams

    I havery end stage renal failure I am currently doing periodontal dialysis at home 4 times per day. My nephew logistics has suggested kidney transplant. I would much rather prefer this method. Can some one please contact me with more information. I will abe to have all my medication mailed to you all or faxed. I can be reached at 702 xxx-xxxx (removed for privacy)

    Thank you
    Ericka Williams

  2. Mildred Birch

    My husband was diagnosed with heart disease in 2013. His symptoms include Arrhythmia Ischemic cardiomyopathy and Hypertension. His Ejection fraction is down to 19% and nothing we seem to try is working. We tried to join a clinical trial in Canada but were refused due to my husbands age and poor health. Our cardiologist has recommended we start looking at transplant options but we really do not want to go that route. Can your stem cell transplants for heart reverse the damage or is it just a temporary solution? Im hoping you might provide us with some assistance or at least point us in the right direction.
    God Bless,
    Mrs Mildred Birch

  3. Laureking

    My mother is suffering from COPD since last year. We just took a new spirometry test and the results are getting much worse. Our doctors back home are suggesting we manage the disease with medications but the side effects are results have just been terrible. Do you think stem cells can help? I can send over my mothers medical records and ct scan along with the recent spirometry readings.

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