It takes about 50 days for the stem cells to start the process of repairing the pancreas. During this time, the following changes occur in the pancreas:
Damaged cells are replaced by stem cells.
New cells start producing insulin.
New blood vessels are forming (special drugs are used to accelerate angiogenesis).
After three months, the results are evaluated. In patients with diabetes mellitus, the general state of health is normalized, the level of glucose in the blood begins to decrease, which makes it possible to reduce the dose of insulin. The indicators and the norm of glycated hemoglobin in the blood are stabilized. Stem cells treatment of diabetes mellitus gives good results when complications have begun. With polyneuropathy, diabetic foot cells can be injected directly into the lesion. At the same time, disturbed blood circulation and nerve conduction begin to recover, trophic ulcers heal. To consolidate the effect, a second course of administration is recommended. Stem cell transplantation is performed after 9-12 months. The results are in the achievement of long-term remission of diabetes mellitus – from one and a half to three years.