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Efficacy and Safety of Regenerative Treatment in Knee Osteoarthritis Patients after COVID-19 Vaccination

Journal Name: Journal of Stem Cell Research

Background: COVID-19 disease has gained much attention across the globe due to its quick transmission with a high mortality rate. Although research studies are ongoing to determine the best treatment, vaccination turned out to be the most promising preventive measure against SARS-CoV- 2. Currently, four COVID-19 vaccines are approved and used across the world. However, people undergoing regenerative treatment were doubtful whether it worked after the vaccination. In this study, we assessed the safety of the regenerative treatment in patients with knee osteoarthritis (KOA) post-COVID-19 vaccination.

Methods: 131 knee joints of patients aged between 45 to 85 years with KOA, grade 3-4 of the Kellgren– Lawrence scale, who received vaccination against COVID-19, were randomly administered with BMAC, Lipogem, PRP, and GOLDIC treatments. For 12 months, these patients were evaluated for side effects.

Results: During 12 months of follow-up, 90% of the patients experienced no side effects. Only 7% reported minor side effects like headache and sore arms to post COVID-19 vaccination.

Conclusion: Regenerative treatment was safe in patients with moderate-to-severe KOA for 12 months post-COVID-19 vaccination.

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