Intravenous Administration

Stem cell information

Intravenous administration is the IV infusion of stem cells into the veins. IV and mannitol are infused in the blood of the patient through a drip. The primary purpose of Mannitol is to expand blood volume in the central nervous system; so that maximum cells will reach at the targeted area.

The entire IV Mannitol infusion session takes about 20 minutes. After this the stem cells are slowly infused through that channel and they fuse with the blood and spread across the body. Before giving any IV medication the following factors should be kept in mind:

  • It is given to right patient
  • Right dose is given
  • Patient is not allergic to that dose
  • It is given at right place and right time

More detailed information on the IV-Mannitol procedure is available in the IV-Mannitol Informed Consent Document (PDF File).

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

      arrow imageIntrathecal Administration (Lumbar Puncture)

      arrow imageIntramuscular Administration

      arrow imageIntra-arterial Administration via catheter

      arrow image Intravitreal Infusion

      arrow imageRetrobulbar Infusion of cells

      arrow imageLiberation Angioplasty for Multiple Sclerosis CCSVI

      arrow imageIntra-Dermal Administration

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