The mean age of patients at the time prior to treatment was almost 50 years and nearly 75% of our patients were male.
Mean time between treatment and follow up moment was about 9 months. Patients reported experiencing the first effects after stem cell treatment between 8 and 9 weeks. Improvements were reported in 55% of the patients.
Stroke patients as a rule suffered spastic paresis, whether or not with aphasia and hemianopia. Over 40% of the patients reported clinical improvement with both decreased spasticity and paresis, resulting in improved walking (42%), stability (40%), and motor skills (development proximal > distal). Aphasia improved in 39% and hemianopia in 20%.