Innovative Heart Therapies Overtaking Unnecessary Surgeries

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Opinion and belief masquerading as science have always been a formidable adversary of development in any of the scientific regulations, but perhaps most notably, in medicine. Here, many new and effective remedies have been swept under the rug simply because they trigger thought and, not insignificantly, threaten the profits of established practices. New and truly effective treatments have been unjustifiably marked as worthless, dangerous, and quackery. As a result, those innovators in the alternative medicine community generally keep a low profile as they successfully cure cancer, psoriasis, arthritis, osteoporosis, heart disease, and countless other illnesses normally treated by orthodox medicine with surgery, radiation, a lifetime of drugs, and other dangerous, debilitating, and grossly incompetent methods.


Chelation and Other Progreesive Therapies Under Attack

Among the more favored targets the conventional clique like to attack is Chelation Therapy. This involves a series of intravenous infusions of a solution of EDTA (Ethyline Diamine Tetraacetic Acid) , over a period of several months It's purpose is to clear blocked arteries and restore normal blood circulation in patients with cardiovascular disease. The objection that the conventional medical community has to this seems to be that it works too well, eliminating the need for expensive and dangerous bypass surgery.


The search for the faults and limitations of Chelation Therapy has gone on relentlessly. Although all concerned may have been better served with an embracing of this therapy and a search for ways to improve on it, the conventional group, especially the surgeons who saw their profits being threatened, mobilized their resources to uncover the flaws.


Conventional Arguments Lauched

They argued first that Chelation Therapy is hard on the kidneys, that it has never been investigated with a double blind study, and it is an "unproven" treatment. Gleefully they cited a death that had occured during chelation. They also intoned solemnly that EDTA fails to clear heavily impacted large arteries, and the aorta. Another factor they noted with delight is that it was ineffective against the fibrous blockages of advanced coronary disease.


And Then Shot Down

It turns out that the fatality cited was caused by a hospital error, not the EDTA Chelation Therapy. The wrong solution was administered by a hospital staff member. This indicates rather strongly that it is best to take Chelation Therapy in the doctor's office, where the wrong solution is unlikely to be stocked.


The "unproven" argument doesn't hold water. We've never seen any double blind studies done on bypass surgery and more than a million patients have avoided this successfully with Chelation Therapy.


Some Validity Acknolwledged

It is true that EDTA Chelation Therapy fails to clear the large heart arteries, but it does in fact establish very good collateral circulation, which is exactly what bypass surgery does, using the patient's veins to bypass blocked arteries. What the surgeons always fail to say is that veins are not constructed to withstand arterial pressures and begin to deteriorate the moment they are installed. This is not a factor in the collateral circulation established with Chelation Therapy.


True also is the contention that EDTA fails to clear the large fibrous masses involved in advanced coronary disease. This shortcoming has been addressed successfully in Germany for years through the oral administration of enzyme formulations such as Wobenzyme N. This treatment effectively clears the fibrous masses and is being increasingly used by alternative physicians here in the U.S.


Alternative Medicine Answers Effectively

As far as the failure of EDTA Chelation Therapy to clear the large heart arteries goes, the alternative physicians employing Chelation Therapy know this as well as their adversaries. A new therapy has been rapidly emerging within the alternative medical community. Known as Chelox Therapy, this is a combination of EDTA Chelation and Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) Therapy. H2O2 blasts through arterial impactions with woodpecker efficiency and is rapidly becoming an intrinsic part of any alternative chelation protocol.


Chelox Therapy Enters the Fray

Chelox Therapy involves the infusions on separate days, of EDTA and H2O2 solutions. Infusion of the EDTA solution takes about four hours. EDTA is hard on the kidneys and needs to be dripped in slowly to avoid damaging them. Constant close monitoring of kidney function is part of the routine protocol here. H2O2 infusion is much more benign, requiring only about 90 minutes. Hydrogen Peroxide is a normal component of the body's metabolism and its infusion causes no adverse reactions when administered properly, and of course the same holds true for EDTA infusions; the key words here being "administered properly."


Informed Patients Choose What Is Best For Them

So ultimately, any patient with cardiovascular disease has a choice to make. As a patient, you can take the easy way out and let the surgeons ply their trade. They will split you open like a side of beef, cutting through your sternum and spreading your ribs to their ultimate limits. They will cut portions of veins from your legs and use them to bypass the arterial blockages. Then they will put you back together again. Your sternum is cartilage. Broken cartilage does not heal. They will clamp your sternum together again with metal clamps. Just hope that they hold. If you should ever exert yourself to the point where the clamps tear out (it has happened), put your affairs in order. But on the positive side, it's all been done for you. All you've had to do is lie there.


With Chelation Therapy, or Chelox Therapy, a patient needs to be a little more proactive. This requires sitting in a recliner multiple times with a needle in your arm. It can get to be a drag. But in the end, you are restored to health, all your parts are still intact and you will experience none of the limitations imposed on you by the invasive and destructive procedure of bypass surgery. Also, it's a whole lot cheaper.


Reference: Hans Nieper MD: Revolution in Technology, Medicine, and Society

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This article was published on 2010/05/20