Cardiac Cell Therapy Videos and Articles

Cardiac Cell Therapy VideosThis educational library of articles and cardiac cell therapy videos is intended to provide patients and others interested with basic, understandable information on the history, science and uses of adult stem cells and other related subjects. The field of cardiac cell therapy is advancing as a result of accelerated research into the use of adult stem cells and clinical trials.

  • Introduction to Okyanos Adult Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Disease

  • How Does Cardiac Cell Therapy Help to Repair a Damaged Heart?

  • The Next Phase of Cardiac Care: Adult Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Disease

  • Adult Stem Cell Therapy: Congestive Heart Failure Treatment

Stem Cell Therapy: The Next Evolution in Medicine

Despite the development of state-of-the-art surgical procedures, medical devices and generations of drugs, heart disease remains the number one cause of death worldwide. What option is there for cardiac patients who do not respond to current drug regimens and technology? Stem cell therapy promises to be the next evolution in medicine. read more »

Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs), according to Dr. Arnold Caplan, are analogous to a drugstore that functions at the site of an injury by providing different types of “medications.” Mescenchymal cells also respond and communicate with the local environmental needs to provide the correct “medications” needed for healing. read more »

FDA and EU Overview

Both the European Union (EU) and United States call for thorough manufacturing and regulatory practices to eensure the quality and safety of medical devices. While there are no appreciable differences in safety records between the two, there is a significant difference in time to bring the device to market. As a result, reports suggest that European patients have access to many medical devices earlier than American patients. read more »


Treatments for cardiovascular diseases are based on opening the blocked arteries (stents) or adding a piece of a vessel into the heart to bypass the blockage. In the end what the patient needs is sufficient blood and nutrient supply to the entire heart muscle. A groundbreaking way to achieve this result is to have stem cells from your own body grow new blood vessels in the heart. read more »

History of Cell Therapy

Cell Therapy is the transplantation of human cells to replace or repair damaged tissue and/or cells. With new technologies, innovative products, and limitless imagination, different cell types e.g., hematopoietic (blood-forming) stem cells, from adipose (fat) or bone marrow tissue etc are being used in therapies or researched for their potential to treat a variety of diseases and medical conditions. read more »