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Cellular Therapy

Accelerated Induction Therapy, also known as Cellular Therapy, consists in the implant of complete or fractioned tissues from animal embryo, basically from porcine, bovine and ovine.

The goal of this treatment is to provide the tissues and organs of young cells, triggering a cellular regeneration phenomena of a higher quality and speed than normal.

The routes of administration for these tissues are: deep subcutaneous injection, intramuscular, superficial subcutaneous, topic administration (CRIOCEL) and rectal.

Among the contraindications for this treatment are infections, pregnancy, recent myocardial infarction and active haemorrhagic processes.

The duration of the effectiveness of the treatment can vary according to the pathology of the patient and the life style they lead, but results can normally be expected to last between 6 and 24 months.