Intra-arterial Administration via catheter

Stem cell information

Intra arterial infusion is generally an insertion of cells through a thin catheter inserted into the artery. The infusion is generally done with intense care to avoid damage. Through X ray imaging a catheter is directed towards the targeted area to ensure maximum cell delivery at the site of damage. This route is generally preferred for vascular organs such as kidney, heart or pancreas.

Stem cells can be implanted in other following major ways depending on protocol. They are:

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