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NAD IN IV FORMULAS CONT

QUESTION: How much NAD would you add to an IV for a patient with chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia? ANSWER: I have done a few hundred NAD+ / nutrient IVs in CFS and FMS and many thousands without the NAD. I don’t see a lot of difference. I do see a difference when adding PolyMVA and …

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Dr. A Newsletter

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Cell Signaling: A review of data and summary of my clinical experience. Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) – now also known as “systemic exertion intolerance disease” is a frustrating and potentially debilitating condition. Most patients diagnosed with CFS have a difficult timefinding answers and if they do (find answers to begin with) …

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ISOM Publication “Intravenous Ascorbic Acid for Supportive Treatment in Hospitalized Patients”

ISOM Publication “Intravenous Ascorbic Acid for Supportive Treatment in Hospitalized Patients” PS Anderson, JOM, 2020

Originally posted in: https://isom.ca/article/intravenous-ascorbic-acid-for-supportive-treatment-in-hospitalized-covid-19-patients/ Author(s): Paul S. AndersonDate of Publication: 24 MARCH 2020Citation: Anderson PS (2020) Intravenous ascorbic acid for supportive treatment in hospitalized COVID-19 patients. J Orthomol Med. 35(1) Abstract Intravenous ascorbic acid (IVAA) is a well-known intervention in medicine, which currently is rarely used in US hospitals. Due to the unusual and extreme …

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Iron Injection Protocols - Advanced Medical Therapies

Iron Injection Protocols – Advanced Medical Therapies by: Dr. Anderson

General: As parenteral iron can have anaphylactic type reactions patients must be screened for history of intolerance to injectable iron products. Any patient having a suspicious history should be counselled regarding the increased risks and offered premedication with 25-50 mg IV Benadryl. Another complicating factor is that parenteral iron compounds have greatly different safety profiles. …

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Interview: How do I know I’m getting a good supplement? What are some quality signs to look for? How safe is this stuff?

Originally aired on 03-29-2018   In this show Dr. A and Cameron have a back and forth conversation about the average person’s view of supplements, how confusing they can be at the store and how overwhelming the process can be. Dr. A gives some advice for basics beyond diet and they discuss the better and …

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IV Fluids: Saline versus Lactated Ringers – Renal, Mineral and Cardiac Sensitivity

Dr. Paul S. Anderson Scientific papers published in 2013 [1] and then a scientific review article {2] reporting on a 2018 paper [3] all discussed and highlighted the differences between the use of 0.9% Normal Saline (NS) and Lactated Ringers Solution (LR) and health outcomes associated with the use of one versus another. The headlines …

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Vitamin C and K in Prostate Cancer

Reviewed by:  Paul Anderson, NMD This post originally appeared on Emerson Ecologics   Reference: Tareen B, et.al. A 12 Week, Open Label, Phase I/IIa Study Using Apatone® for the Treatment of Prostate Cancer Patients Who Have Failed Standard Therapy. International Journal of Medical Sciences. ISSN 1449-1907, 2008 5(2):62-67. Design:  Human Trial Trial information:  The use …

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CURCUMIN AND PANCREATITIS CONT

QUESTION: I have a patient with chronic pancreatitis who I’ve been administering regular Myers IVs to, which has worked wonders. I have considered the idea of doing IV curcumin to reduce inflammation and prevent cancer. However, the best form based on your monograph is to use a dextrose solution with the liposomal form of curcumin. …

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BASIC IV THERAPY SET UP CONT

QUESTION: I am in the process of introducing iv therapy in to my practice. Its definitely more complex than i thought, I feel lost , Could you please give me some pointers for how to move forward? Here is where i am, I took fundamental and advanced iv therapy from you at Bastyr two years …

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ELEVATED COBALAMIN CONT

QUESTION: 49 year old F diagnosed a few years ago with Peripheral Spondyloarthritis. She is currently taking Naproxen 220mg BID, Sulfasalazine 2500mg QD, Fexofenadine 60mg, CoQ10 100mg, B12/folate 1000mcg/800mcg, Milk Thistle, Turmeric, Vitamin D, Probiotic, MSM, and Ligatone. Her PCP found that she was anemic (RBC: 3.94, Hgb: 11.9, Hct: 34.9%, and WBC: 4.6). I …

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THERAPY FOR METHYLATION SNPS, GLUCURONIDATION AND SULFATION REACTION SUPPORT CONT

QUESTION: I am following up on our discussion about your treatment protocol for patients that have severe methylation issues, and your slow titrations/nutritional protocols. I discussed with you a patient with COMT homozygous, MTHFR heterozygous, and GST allele absent, who has numerous multi-system complaints and has a pacemaker. He tried only 2 grams of MSM …

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IV FOR NAUSEA IN PREGNANCY CONT

QUESTION: Can I give a Meyer’s for a pregnant patient experiencing nausea and hyperemesis? ANSWER: A “Meyer’s” (whatever that means) is typically a mildly to greatly hypertonic IV which accentuates dehydration and nausea. (occasionally not – but not usually a winner). We see lots of PG with Hyperemesis and never use more than a 300 …

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IV CURCUMIN FORMS CONT

QUESTION: What is difference between the different IV Curcumins? ANSWER: IV Curcumin is made in FOUR forms: Lipid (in a real PTC Liposphere) the only one before our work on IV CUR that was ever used. Very hard to make properly and may be quite effective. Dripped slow like PTC. CUR in cyclodextrin – Some …

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HISTAMINE REACTIONS AND SNPS CONT

QUESTION: A: A 35 yo female patient of mine is having really weird reactions to foods. She is on an SCD/low histamine diet and avoiding IgG food reactions. Still, 1-2x/week she is experiencing what she refers to as “throat closing” or throat tightness within 10-15mins of eating. The food triggers are random and inconsistent. The …

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AUTOIMMUNITY Cont.

MY QUESTIONS ARE: What is a way to attempt to think globally about autoimmunity so I can consider as many potential causes when beginning a diagnostic and therapeutic approach? ANSWERS: Autoimmune cause areas to consider – Multiple cause areas can be considered and identified – Generally in most autoimmunity there are multisystem considerations Follow therapy, …

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