Ulcerative Colitis. Crohn’s Disease

We use fetal cell suspensions containing stem cells, in comprehensive treatment of patients with nonspecific ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. Transplantation of fetal stem cells is effective in cases of both acute and chronic forms of nonspecific inflammatory bowel diseases of all severity grades, including severe course.

Indications for use of fetal stem cells are as follows:
  • progressing disease unresponsive to conservative therapy for 2 weeks
  • presence of extraenteric complications
  • impossibility to carry out surgical intervention due to patient’s severe condition resulting from anemia, hypoproteinemia, profound metabolic disorders
  • exhaustion
  • difficulty finding the same blood group for transfusion, or same group incompatibility between a donor and a recipient detected through compatibility testing

The table below presents main clinical criteria of treatment efficacy based on 16 years of experience in patients with nonspecific ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.

% of patients experiencing the symptom
Prior to 
Time after transplantation
1 month6 months
Daily stool frequency3 and less11.185.277,8
4 and more88.914.822,2
Stool consistency formed3.774.166,7
loose or doughy96.325.933,3
Pathological admixtures in feces:mucus 81.540.729,6
Abdominal pain85.218.529.6
Elevation of body temperature48.111.118.5

After the stem cell treatment, red blood cell count is restored and the haemoglobin level is normalized in patients. Transplantation of fetal stem cells restores immunocompetency and hinders the progression of an autoimmune process (mechanism of development of the illness), allowing to attain prolonged remission. Remission in patients with nonspecific ulcerative colitis lasts, on the average, for 12–15 months, and in patients with Crohn’s disease – for up to 2.5–3 years.

Treatments at EmCell Clinic lasts approx. 3-4 days.

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and allowed avoiding the surgical intervention.