Rehabilitation after Infarction
People suffering from infarction generally have a tough time for recovering it, both mentally as well as physically. Alike yet the first attack isn’t fatal for the patients, there are certain steps that each person requires taking
in order to eliminate the chance of infarction reappearance again, and also by progressing the overall health and condition of a heart, that has got worse due to the attack.
Right after the infarction a person, first of all, needs to start a recovery step during the hospital stay, which generally ends anywhere from 3 days up to a week. Once a patient is balanced and accessible to leave the hospital, the
later step is having relevant medications, made to order specifically for a person’s own state. These drugs will keep the symptoms under control and will decrease the chest pain involving high blood pressure as well and other complication
that may be present.
Aside from the trouble, the body is facing, patient’s mental condition is usually disturbed as well, which generally ends for about 2-6 months. Fear, depression, panic, and retraction about the situation are all very accepted amongst
the patients, which makes it even tough for the patient to be prompt and takes the much-required action for the betterment of the health.
The most important and helpful activities for someone who has sustained a heart attack is to have a course of regular and sufficient exercise. Alike yet it can seem scary for many patients, the increased activity definitely strengthens
the heart. Smokers are generally advised to quit and healthier lifestyle changes are highly suggested to all patients suffering from infarction.
After surviving infarction, there is always an incidental of the new attack occurring, due to which it is important to administer patient support in a pattern of classes that develop on ways to prohibit future attacks and to boost
health as much as viable.
Stem Cell Treatment for Infarction
Adult Autologous Stem Cell Therapy curriculum has been advanced by the MedAcess to treat a number of conditions, involving traumatic brain injury, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, stroke, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and muscular
dystrophy, etc. During the stem cell therapy, a patient receives about 200-300 million stem cells. This quantity of the renewed plain cells not only covers regular damages but also beat them by thousands of times, rejuvenating
almost 15-20 year’s worth. This causes symptoms of a disease to improve and the entire body and all of its organs become healthier and renewed, as a result of replacement of old and damaged cells by new and active cells.
MedAcess has developed the Stem Cell Therapy program to treat various conditions. During our stem cell treatment, each patient receives 200 – 300 million stem cells. The quantity of the stem cells not only covers daily losses but exceeds
them a million times. Thus, the source of the stem cells which is practically lost for the last 15 – 20 years, is recovered and restored. After our stem cell infusion, various organs get rejuvenated and they get renewed because
the new and active stem cells completely replace the old and damaged ones.
Advantages of Stem Cell Therapy at MedAcess :
- Zero side effects and rejections free
- Zero risks of Allergic or Immune reactions
- No risk of transmissible disease
- No oncological complications
- Minimum hospital stay
- Long lasting results
Our package includes :
- Dedicated Stem Cell Doctor during the treatment
- Dedicated separate nurse or staff for the patient deputed by the hospital.
- Private ward single seat deluxe room in the hospital in which one attendant can stay during the treatment to maintaining very high degree of hygiene & odor free environment
- Provided the food for the patient (Recommended by Doctor)
- Food for the caregiver during stay (Only for International Patient)
Also, include in the treatment
- Consultation Fees
- Doctor’s visits
- Nursing Charges
- Physiotherapy (as per recommendation)
- OT / ICU / Recovery room charges
- Basic Lab Investigation as per list is given below :
- Complete blood Counts
- Routine urine analysis
- Liver function tests
- Renal function tests
- Blood sugar (random)
- Test for HIV, HBV,HCV& Syphilis
- X-ray chest
- Coagulation profile