Katy was born at her mother’s 27 weeks pregnancy. The weight was 1.56Kg at birth time. She stayed in incubator for numerous days. The breathing, heart rate and sucking touched normal level. The patient suffered from lung infection when she was 3 months old. She had the entire body turn purple and experienced breathing trouble. Her breathing and heartbeat stopped for 7 minutes. After cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the breathing and heart rate was reinstated to normal. After 15 weeks of treatment, her mother found out that the movement of Katy’s limb was different with other. There was no vigorous movement. The patient got MRI of head and it displayed the brain injury. She was spotted with cerebral palsy. She took Baclofen for 4 months. The gaits were atypical when the patient turns over, sit, stand or walk. The cerebral development was lagging behind unlike a normal baby. The understanding was normal. The vocabulary was less, but she still could express her wish. From beginning of disease, the diet was normal. The sleep was usual. The defecation and urine routine were normal too.
After admission at Viezec, Katy received pertinent examinations. The patient received treatment for nerve regeneration and to stimulate stem cells in vivo. The patient received treatment to improve the blood circulation so as to upsurge the blood supply to the impaired nerves and also to nurture the neurons. She also received treatment to improve her immunity. This was pooled with rehabilitation training. The muscle tone of both lower limbs has abridged to normal level. The internal spin of toes and slight tiptoe condition has been assuaged. The flexion of knees has been relieved. Both lower limbs can be stretched improvingly. Left knee joint can be flattened totally. Right knee can be straightened with slight help. The patient’s condition has upgraded.