Patient’s preparation for fetal precursor transplantation
A proper preparation of the patient for fetal precursor cell transplantation is mandatory. The patient has to be brought into as good a metabolic state as possible by standard therapeutic means, i.e. to carry out fetal cell transplantation while for example, the diabetic patient is in the state of ketosis, hyperosmolality or prolonged hypoglycaemia, is probably minimally effective and should be done only as a last resort. Patient must also be detoxified, which means in particular the treatment of the gastrointestinal tract: frequently forgotten treatments by digestive enzymes, bacterial symbionts, enema(s), as well as dietary modifications (high fiber diets, etc.), are necessary. Oral fluids must be forced for 24 hours before the treatment unless otherwise contraindicated. Patient must receive an optimum dosage of vitamins and minerals for 4 weeks prior to fetal precursor cell transplantation. Patient’s body must be free of any medications that are not absolutely necessary at the time of transplantation. Patient must not drink any alcohol for 48 hours before fetal cell transplantation and substantially cut down on smoking. There must be no exposure to x-ray, or any other form of electromagnetic energy for 3 days prior to fetal precursor cell transplantation. Patients must have no vaccinations or any serum therapy for 4 weeks before cell transplantation.
After fetal precursor cell transplantation these precautions and additional therapeutic measures must be prolonged for another 4 weeks.
The summary of the patient preparation:
1. Stabilization of the metabolic state of the patient, by hospitalization if necessary, etc., so that the patient’s clinical condition will be compensated as well as possible before fetal precursor cell transplantation;
2. Detoxification of the gastrointestinal tract by increase of fiber in the diet, by increase of high carbohydrates so that up to 60% of caloric intake would be from this food group, digestive enzymes, bacterial symbionts, etc., for 4 weeks, including enemas if constipated, particularly 2 days before cell transplantation;
3. Forcing of oral fluids for 24 hours, unless contraindicated;
4. Intake of optimum dosage of multi-vitamins/minerals for 4 weeks;
5. Discontinuance of non-essential medications (including ‘street’ drugs) for 7 days;
6. Avoidance of exposure to x-rays, or any other form of electromagnetic energy for 3 days;
7. Avoidance of vaccinations or serum therapy for 4 weeks prior to fetal precursor cell transplantation;
8. Mild to moderate daily physical activity;
9. No alcohol for 3 days, elimination of or a diminution of smoking.