Best Practices in Fat Grafting written by the Clinical Practice Committee of Cell Society
This 55 page booklet with color photos includes chapters on lipoharvest, lipoprocessing, lipodelivery, patient selection and management, adipose-derived regenerative cells (ADRCs), complications and management, and adipose & cell banking.

Written by Steven Cohen, MD

“When it comes to the future, there are three kinds of people: those who let it happen, those who make it happen and those who wonder what happened.” John M. Richardson, Jr.

Cell therapies are poised to become one of the next major advances in medicine. Regenerative medicine is an emerging field, seeking to repair or restore lost or damaged tissue function due to the effects of injury, disease and aging. Human adipose tissue represents an abundant source of regenerative cells. Worldwide, clinicians are studying and applying numerous strategies which take advantage of fat and its contents to cure disease, reconstruct and even regenerate injured tissues. Moreover, government-initiated efforts in leading industrialized nations throughout the world are underway to stimulate research in cell therapy and regenerative medicine that can be rapidly introduced into the clinical arena.

Cell Society is a non-profit international organization dedicated to the advancement of the clinical applications of adult stem cell regenerative therapies through the cooperation of patients, their physicians and world thought leaders. Our vision is to promote excellence in the clinical integration of regenerative cell therapies and to expand the global use of these therapies through science, policy and education.

As it becomes more apparent that fat and fat-derived stem and regenerative cells have widespread applications in clinical medicine, it becomes increasingly important to re-evaluate each step of the process. Some of the most important Cell Society initiatives include providing information and education to physicians practicing cell therapy. Leading plastic surgeons from around the world have collaborated to provide our members with a summary of “best practices” in autologous fat grafting. In the ensuing pages, we are pleased to present one of the most comprehensive summaries of all aspects of fat grafting, from procurement to processing to delivery, to ensure we are protecting the cells and their function.

Price: $35.00 (paperback)

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