July 21, 2019


Stem Cell Therapy for Pancreatitis-Hope Medical Group

PancreatitisStem cell treatment for pancreatitis:


The most common symptoms of Pancreatitis are severe upper abdominal pain radiating to the back, nausea, and vomiting that is worsened with eating. The physical exam will vary depending on severity and presence of internal bleeding. Blood pressure may be elevated by pain or decreased by dehydration or bleeding. Heart and respiratory rates are often elevated. The abdomen is usually tender but to a lesser degree than the pain itself. As is common in abdominal disease, bowel sounds may be reduced from reflex bowel paralysis. Fever or jaundice may be present. Chronic pancreatitis can lead to diabetes or pancreatic cancer. Unexplained weight loss may occur from a lack of pancreatic enzymes hindering digestion.
Eighty percent of pancreatitis is caused by alcohol and gallstones. Gallstones are the single most common etiology of acute pancreatitis. Alcohol is the single most common etiology of chronic pancreatitis.
The treatment of pancreatitis is supportive and depends on severity. With stem cell treatment, stem cells are attracted to the injured tissue either by releasing of specific chemical from the tissue or by stimulation of specific chemical from the brain in response to injury to the tissue., Stem cells home at the site of injury and change into same type of cells as homing tissue due to their plasticity. They engraft with the tissue and grow to repair the damage.



Treatment Method :



Number of Injection –   2 umbilical cord blood stem cell (UCBSC)

2 umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells (UCMSC)


Type of Injection –          directly inject into pancreas through pancreatic artery x 2 times

IV x 2 times


Exam Items :


CT x 2 times (before and after treatment)

Color Sonography x 2 times (before and after treatment)

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