Cardiovascular disorders and stem cells
Cardiovascular diseases have become an increasing clinical issue globally. A new challenge in the treatment of the cardiovascular disease is cellular transplantation or cellular cardiomyoplasty. Acute ischaemic injury and chronic cardiomyopathies lead to permanent loss of cardiac tissue and ultimately heart failure. Current therapies wide aim to attenuate the pathological changes that occur when injury and to scale back risk factors of vas diseases. However, they do not improve the patient's quality of life or the prognosis more than moderate. Different types of stem cells have been used for stem cell therapy.