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PostPosted: Fri Jul 10, 2020 11:09 pm 
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Novel Approach to Treating COVID-19 UsingNutritional and Oxidative Therapies


The setting for this retrospective review is an out-patient medical office (referred to as CHM) consisting of five practitioners. The office is in the metropolitan Detroit area, which was one of the hot spots forCOVID-19. The practitioners include three medical doctors as well as a nurse practitioner and a physician’s assistant. For the calendar year of2020, charts were retrospectively reviewed for the presence ofCOVID-19diagnosis occurring from February 2020 through May 2020. The charts were analyzed for clinical symptoms, physical findings,imaging and corona virus testing results. Addition-ally, the charts were analyzed for interventions provided and duration to relief of symptoms. Three end points were taken from the charts – hospitalization, death, and time to improvement.

All patients gave fully informed consent for integrative medical management of their condition.Historical information from the charts included age,sex, birth date, initial date of service, care provider,past medical history, medications, and nutritional supplements. The number of days of illness prior to being seen by a provider was documented as well.For x-ray imaging we used the report provided by the radiologist. Corona virus testing was done through outpatient and inpatient laboratories. Corona virus was diagnosed by PCR nasal swab testing.The interventions provided at the out patientmedical office included oral supplementation of iodine, Vitamins A, C and D, intravenous hydrogenperoxide and Vitamin C, intramuscular ozone injections, and a nebulized solution of dilute hydrogenperoxide and iodine.Oral dosing consisted of taking the following supplements for four days at the first sign of symptoms or at the direction of the practitioner. The supplements consisted of:

• Vitamin A:100,000IU/day***in the form of emulsified Vitamin A palmitate

• VitaminC: 1,000mg/hour while awake in the form of ascorbic acid until bowel tolerance (loose stools) was reached

• VitaminD3:50,000IU/day in an emulsified form

• Iodine:25/day in the form of Lugol’s solution or tableted Lugol’s solution Most patients were instructed to nebulize a dilute solution of 0.04% hydrogen peroxide in normal saline. The solution was mixed for the patient in the office. A sterile 250 cc bag of normal saline was injected with 3 cc of 3% food grade hydrogen per-oxide and 1 cc of magnesium sulfate. The patient was instructed to draw off 3 cc of the dilute solution and nebulize it hourly until symptoms improve. Additionally, the patient was instructed to add in one drop of 5% Lugol’s solution to the dilute hydrogen peroxide mixture. As the symptoms improved, the frequency of nebulizing could be reduced by the patient.If symptoms worsened or there was a concern that the patient was suffering from a more severe case, the patient was advised to come to the office and receive intravenous injections of Vitamin C and hydrogen peroxide along with intramuscular injections of ozone. The dosing of these items is shown below:

• Vitamin C: 2.5 grams of sodium ascorbate (5 cc of a 500 mg/cc ascorbic acid solution)mixed with an equal amount of sterile water given as an intravenous push over 2-3 minutes.

• Hydrogen peroxide: 30 cc of a 0.03% solution of dilute hydrogen peroxide given as an intravenous push over 2-3 minutes•Ozone: 20 cc of 18 mcg/cc ozone (as an oxygen/ozone gas mixture) given in each buttock as an intramuscular injection. ... =64&t=304s

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