In the emergency room and ICU medicines must be safe while delivering an instant lifesaving burst of healing power. Obviously if they are safe and strong enough for emergency situations they are going to help us with chronic diseases and acute ones as well.
Deep within the heart of western medicine is a wisdom and power that is deliberately stymied by medical authorities and the pharmaceutical companies that stand behind them. Inside the emergency room and intensive care wards, where many believe some of the most accurate medicine is practiced, are common but extraordinarily safe and effective natural substances that save lives every day.
The concept of home intensive care and freedom to pursue safe and effective alternative treatments is an important issue. The medical system based around hospital care is imploding for several reasons so home care is becoming a vital option for millions who cannot afford treatments but still need critical care.
At home intensive care treatments focus on the essentials of life, on pH management, cell voltage, magnesium and iodine medicine, hydrogen medicine, cannabinoid medicine, selenium medicine, carbon dioxide levels in the blood, re-mineralization of the body, antioxidant therapy, anti-inflammation therapy, increasing oxygen transport and oxygenation of the tissues, opening up of blood vessels, saturation and healing of cells with concentrated nutrition via super-foods, breathing retraining, emotional transformation processing (contacting ones vulnerable feelings), detoxification and removal of heavy metals and radioactive particles.
Thus, intensive home care focuses on combination therapy, which enables us to encompass and manage multiple risk factors. Multidimensional etiologies call for multiple therapeutic interventions. At home care is an important necessary addition to hospital care and often can provide the intensive care necessary except for the direst circumstances.
Safer Surgery with Magnesium
Everything in surgery, emergency room medicine and intensive care is facilitated with magnesium. Complications such as arrhythmias, kidney failure, stroke and infections may occur after major surgery. Everyone scheduled for surgery needs to increase their stores of magnesium. In the pre-and postoperative phases magnesium can help alleviate pain, decrease blood pressure, alleviate certain heart arrhythmias; it works to prevent blood clotting, relieves depression so common after bypass surgery, and improves energy and cognitive abilities.
Magnesium is the principle substance that modulates cellular events involved in inflammation. Magnesium deficiencies feed the fires of inflammation and pain. Increases in extracellular magnesium concentration cause a decrease in the inflammatory response while reduction in the extracellular magnesium results in inflammation. Inflammation causes endothelial dysfunction and activated endothelium facilitates adhesion and migration of cancer cells. Magnesium literally puts the chill on inflammation especially when used transdermally.
Dr. Sarah Mayhill says, “Magnesium has both a thrombolytic (able to dissolve thrombosis) effect, but also protects against adverse effects of stunning. From the mid 1980s there has been increasing evidence that the use of intravenous magnesium, given as early as possible (and before reperfusion) has a major beneficial effect on the outcome of this life threatening situation. Positive studies have shown between a 50% and 82.5% improved survival rate after doses of intravenous magnesium given by drips in the dosage range of 32 – 66 mmol in the first 24 hours.”
The use of preventative magnesium showed a reduction in the rate of atrial fibrillation, a decrease in the length of hospital stay and cost of hospital treatment and a possible decrease in the rate of stroke. The significance of magnesium cannot be overestimated in medicine and health. Magnesium holds the potential to save millions of lives through cardiac arrest and we find that cancer rates would be much lower if the general population were not so deficient in magnesium.
Dr. Minato at the Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, in Japan, strongly recommends the correction of hypomagnesemia during and after off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting (OPCAB) for the prevention of perioperative coronary artery spasm and his team have said that they won’t perform this surgery without its use any longer.
Sodium bicarbonate, a common emergency room medicine, acts as a powerful, natural and safe anti-fungal agent, which when combined with iodine, covers the entire spectrum of microbial organisms. The efficacy of sodium bicarbonate against certain bacteria and fungi has been documented but its role as a disinfectant against viruses is not generally known. Sodium bicarbonate at concentrations of 5% and above was found to be effective with 99.99% reduction of viral titers on food contact surfaces within a contact time of 1 min.
Sodium Bicarbonate Injection: USP is administered by the intravenous route. In cardiac arrest, a rapid intravenous dose of one to two 50 mL vials (44.6 to 100 mEq) may be given initially and continued at a rate of 50 mL (44.6 to 50 mEq) every 5 to 10 minutes if necessary (as indicated by arterial pH and blood gas monitoring) to reverse the acidosis. Caution should be observed in emergencies where very rapid infusion of large quantities of bicarbonate is indicated. Bicarbonate solutions are hypertonic and may produce an undesirable rise in plasma sodium concentration in the process of correcting metabolic acidosis. In cardiac arrest, however, the risks from acidosis exceed those of hypernatremia.
Hydrogen gas is a promising novel therapy for emergency and critical care medicine. Hydrogen gas exerts a therapeutic effect in a wide range of disease conditions, from acute illness such as ischemia–reperfusion injury, shock, and damage healing to chronic illness such as metabolic syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, and neurodegenerative diseases.
Researchers have reported that hydrogen is useful for acute myocardial infarction, cardiopulmonary arrest syndrome, sepsis, contrast‐induced acute kidney injury, and hemorrhagic shock. Hydrogen gas has even been used to attenuate oxidative stress in a rat model of subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Mechanical ventilation (MV) can provoke oxidative stress and an inflammatory response, and subsequently cause ventilator-induced lung injury (VILI), a major cause of mortality and morbidity of patients in the intensive care unit. Inhaled hydrogen can act as an antioxidant and may be useful as a novel therapeutic gas. Medical scientists have found that inhaled hydrogen gas effectively reduced VILI-associated inflammatory responses, at both a local and systemic level, via its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antiapoptotic effects.
The First-in-Human Pilot Study is demonstrating the safety of hydrogen gas inhalation for Post-Cardiac Arrest Syndrome. Between January 2014 and January 2015, 21 of 107 patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest achieved spontaneous return of circulation. No undesirable effects attributable to hydrogen were observed and 4 patients survived 90 days with a favorable neurological outcome.
Medical scientists thus hypothesize that hydrogen therapy to be a safe, reliable, and effective treatment for Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome (MODS) induced by influenza and other viral infectious diseases. “The pro-oxidant/antioxidant balance is of functional relevance during critical illness because it is involved in the pathogenesis of multiple organ failure.”
Molecular hydrogen therapy is able to significantly reduce the release of inflammatory factors and oxidative stress injury thereby reducing damage of various organ functions that are so common with sepsis.
Hydrogen’s protective effect on sepsis has been proved by biopsy, levels of inflammatory factors/anti-inflammatory factors, oxidative stress reductions, behavioral experiment, and other related indicators of organ function. Molecular hydrogen therapy is able to significantly reduce the release of inflammatory factors and oxidative stress injury thereby reducing damage of various organ functions that are so common with sepsis.
In the future oxygen should not be given without hydrogen as it presently is not given with carbon dioxide.
Iodine, sulphur, boron, glutathione and other basic substances can be added to the list of medicines that can be used to save people’s lives, whether still in the hospital or when used at home.
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 Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity. Volume 2016 (2016),
Molecular Hydrogen Therapy Ameliorates Organ Damage Induced by Sepsis
 Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity. Volume 2016 (2016), Molecular Hydrogen Therapy Ameliorates Organ Damage Induced by Sepsis