Revita Life Sciences Announces Compassionate Use of Multi-modality Protocol for Reversal of Brain Death at State-of-art Facility, New Delhi

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 Mental Health News
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NEW DELHI, September 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Revita Life Sciences, a biotechnology company focused on translational

regenerative therapeutic applications, has announced that it has started the novel, multi-modality clinical intervention for brain dead patients on compassionate grounds in New Delhi.

"We are confident that our

small steps with our multi-modality protocol to reverse the state of brain death like this will change the outcome in these subjects in near future. Bioquark USA is a valuable scientific collaborator in this project," said Pranjal Agrawal, CEO, Revita Life Sciences.

Death is defined as the termination of all biological functions that sustain a living organism. Brain death, the complete and irreversible loss of brain function (including involuntary activity necessary to sustain life) as defined in the 1968 report of the Ad Hoc Committee of the Harvard Medical School, is the legal definition of human death in most countries around the world. Either directly through trauma, or indirectly through secondary disease indications, brain death is the final pathological state that over 60 million people globally transfer through each year.

"The fact that more institutions are accepting and coming on-line with our exploratory protocol highlights a very promising dynamic in the quest to reverse the most severe disorder of consciousness," said Dr. Himanshu Bansal, Chief Scientific Officer, Revita Life Sciences and Director of Mother Cell. "Moving to such a multi-centered model will prove invaluable to the future evolution of the program, as well as in progressing the development of multi-modality regenerative therapeutics for the full range of the severe disorders of consciousness, including coma, PVS, the minimally conscious state, and a range of other degenerative CNS conditions in humans," he said.

Dr S K Tiwari expert in regenerative medicine said that such translational work give more insight to CNS regeneration.

With the maturation of the tools of medical science in the 21st century, especially cell therapies and regenerative medicines, tissues once considered irretrievable may finally be revived or rejuvenated. Hence, many scientists believe that brain death, as presently defined, may one day be reversed. While the very long-term goal is to find a solution for 're-infusing life', the short-term purpose of these studies is much less dramatic, which is to confirm if the current definition of brain irreversibility still holds true. There have been many anecdotal reports of brain death reversal across the world over the past decades in the scientific literature. Studies of this nature serve to verify and establish this very fact in a scientific and controlled manner. It will also one day give a fair chance to individuals, who are declared brain dead, especially after trauma.

About Revita Life Sciences 

Revita Life Sciences is a biotechnology company focused on the development of stem cell therapies and regenerative medicine interventions that target areas of significant unmet medical need. Revita is led by Dr. Himanshu Bansal, MD, who has spent over two decades developing novel MRI-based classifications of spinal cord injuries as well as comprehensive treatment protocols with autologous tissues including bone marrow stem cells, dural nerve grafts, nasal olfactory tissues, and omental transposition.

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