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Mr. Lu was a 56-year-old admitted to Puhua International Hospital for Stem Cell Treatment in February of 2010.
In June of 2004, (6 years prior to admission) he was diagnosed with Type-2 Diabetes.
In June of 2009(4 years prior to admission), he experienced a cerebral infarction and was subsequently diagnosed with atherosclerosis and cerebral artery stenosis and infarction, secondary arterial occlusion at the A2 section of the right anterior cerebral artery, as well as chronic hypertension and metabolic syndrome.
Medical condition before Stem Cell Treatment for Type-2 Diabetes
Pt. Lu felt chronic and general fatigue. His blood glucose level was above the normal range, with FPG (Fasting Plasma Glucose) at: 9 - 10mmol/L, and 2h PBG - Postprandial Blood Glucose: 14mmol/L. His vision was poor, and deteriorating. His blood pressure was elevated, with the highest level observed at 190/110mmHg. He needed 3 Types of medications for his hypertension. He also experienced intermittent numbness of his left extremities. His speech pattern was slurred.
Stem Cell Treatment for Type-2 Diabetes
Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Type-2 Diabetes, TCM and Rehabilitation: Occupational and Physical Therapy
Medical condition after Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for Type-2 Diabetes
After Stem Cell Treatment (SCT), his fatigue lessened, and he felt much stronger than before. His blood glucose level became better-controlled, with normal levels (FPG at 4.9mmol/L). His high blood pressure is now more easily controlled, and in a lower range than before. His hypertension is now being managed with only two types (instead of three types) of medication. He now experiences normal sensation of his lower extremities. He now can speak noticeably more clearly.
After stem cell treatment, Mr. Lu' FPG is nearly controlled within normal level
After stem cell therapy, Mr. Lu' 2hPG is much lower and more stable than before
After stem cell therapy, Mr. Lu' HbA1C is decreased, from 7.5 to 7.0
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