Osteoarthritis Before and After
155 Case Study
In a recent study, 155 canines suffering from moderate to severe osteoarthritis were treated with MediVet’s stem cell therapy. Four independent veterinarians oversaw the study and results. At the end of 90 days, 99% of the canines showed improvements in at least one of the three analyzed categories. This research combined with many others, validates the use of stem cell therapy for the treatment of numerous ailments. View Full Study Here – 155 Canine Study
Equine Pressure Wound Skin Graft
Chronic Pressure Necrosis Wound
LEFT: Immediately after engraftment of Medi-Patch NanoWound Care
RIGHT: 4 weeks later
NOTE: Additional patch applied at the end of week 2
Equine Transplant Video
Atopic Dermatitis Before and After
Sadie (Cockapoo, 4 1/2 yrs old, spayed)
Sadie was diagnosed with Atopy; which is a hereditary disorder marked by the tendency to develop immediate allergic reactions to substances such as pollen, food, dander, and insect venom and manifested by hay fever, asthma, or similar allergic conditions.
Sadie presented a 90% improvement from pre-treatment and continued to improve throughout the evaluation period. All antibiotics were stopped 10 days after the intravenous treatment of stem cells.
Left: Pre Procedure
Middle: 30 days after procedure
Right: 60 days after procedure