Stem cells are mainly for central nervous system diseases, the diseases we currently can treat including but not limit are cerebral palsy, sequelae of spinal cord injury, sequelae of brain injury, encephalitis sequelae, multiple system atrophy, Parkinson's disease, sequelae of central nervous system injury caused by food or drug poisoning, dementia, motor neuron disease, autism and other neurological diseases.
Exclusion criteria for stem cell treatment:
1) The vital signs of shock or systemic exhaustion;
2) Uncontrollable infectious diseases such as AIDS, syphilis, etc.;
3) Those who have a history of severe allergies, as well as those who are allergic to cell preparations;
4) Systemic infection or severe local infection;
5) Severe dysfunction of important organs such as heart, lung, liver and kidney;
6) Coagulopathy such as hemophilia;
7) Pregnant and lactating women;
8) Other diseases that doctors think are not suitable.