Treating wounds and burns with stem cell technology
In this process, stem cells are taken from the skin of a healthy person. These cells are isolated from the sample and placed in a blue solution to spray easily. The function of this device, which is guided by the computer, is similar to that of the painters’ brush, but with more precision.
The treatment is very simple; you just need to spray stem cells on a part of the skin that is burned and wait for recovery. After the stem cells are sprayed onto the damaged part, the duration of the effect will take only a few days. This method was used to treat a man who was burned in an incident and his second degree burn was completely recovered within four days.
This therapeutic approach has advantages over the skin’s laboratory development and transplantation surgery, which can last for weeks or sometimes for months. People who undergo a skin graft usually suffer from infection and other problems.
The technology developed by RenovaCare is in its early stages, and the FDA has not yet confirmed its sale in the United States, and it is still not possible to purchase this product for purchase. The company is aiming to obtain sales confirmation and recently announced that during the last round of experiments, it was able to spray fluid containing dermal cells uniformly and dense.
Experiments conducted at Stem Cell Systems GmbH showed that this device can spray more than 20,000 drops uniformly into a test portion, with a normal needle and syringe producing only 91 drops in comparison. The skin stem cells after spraying by this device will have a 97.3% viability. RenovaCare is continuing its research in this area and will seek approval from the FDA and eventually sell this product. The company has provided 510 (k) to the FDA, announcing its intent and intention to ship the product on the market, and is often done before clinical trials.