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Effective rehabilitation at Research Institute for Childhood Infections, St Petersburg

Support is ongoing in the case of Mikhail Prudenko (born 2006, Murmansk), who was diagnosed with infectious polyradiculopathy, lower paraplegia and impaired pelvic functions. After undergoing intensive rehabilitation in the Research Institute for Childhood Infections, his condition improved. Mikhail’s neuromuscular activity was stimulated via robotic therapeutic apparatus ‘Motion Marker’, as well as a course of cell-regenerative therapy consisting of four intravenous injections of mesenchymal stem cells directly into bone marrow.
Pokrovskiy Stem Cell Bank in St Petersburg takes the patient’s biological material, isolates the stem cells and increases cell volume to the required level in vitro, which is in part achieved by purifying the biological material and maintaining the stem cells at the temperature of liquid nitrogen. To date, Mikhail has taken part in four intravenous stem cell introduction procedures.