Problem description: Hello, Director, I have a question for you. I saw that the Women’s Insurance Hospital recommends the collection of fetal cord blood. I would like to ask if it is necessary to collect it? I saw one item of placental mesenchymal stem cells. I think this may be useful for my parents’ treatment in the future, because my dad has high blood pressure, femoral head necrosis, bad blood, and neuritis. Thrombocytopenia and so on. I was dizzy some time ago. I was wondering if the placental mesenchymal stem cells are useful? I checked all kinds of opinions on the Internet. I have also seen on the Internet that placental mesenchymal stem cells have a great effect, but I don’t know if they can be used in clinical practice? Is it necessary to collect and store this?
Question date:2021-01-20
Patient information:Age: 33 years old Gender: Female
Question analysis: Hello, stem cells are currently mainly used to treat blood system, nervous system, cardiovascular system diseases and tumor diseases. At present, it has been widely used in clinical treatment.
Guidelines: Since placental stem cells have only one storage opportunity in a lifetime, it is still necessary to store them at birth to be prepared.
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