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MORE THAN 20 MILLION OF COSMETIC SURGERIES WERE CARRIED WORLDWIDE LAST YEAR.
According to a report released by International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS)- the most frequented surgical interventions were blepharoplasty, liposuction, breast augmentation, and so called "fat grafting" which is a transfer method using patients´ own fat. The most favourite non surgical methods were botox application, application of hyaluronic acid, hair removal, chemical peeling and laser removal of wrinkles. Women are frequent patients - last year they have undergone more than 17 million cosmetic surgeries making 86.3 percent of the total amount.
STEM CELL THERAPY IN THE RECONSTRUCTION OF BLOOD VESSELS
Stem cell therapy is a proven method that has no side effects and no complications. At the University Hospital in Pilsen stem cells are applied to the affected areas in a limb, stimulate the formation of new blood vessels and become part of them, which can save patients from limb amputation. Amputation risk is high for example for patients with advanced atherosclerosis and diabetes. 2,500 people worldwide underwent so far a reconstruction of blood vessels using stem cells. About three quarters of these people have their limbs rescued.