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Pediatric IV Therapy Guidelines

These are for educational purposes only and each clinician is responsible for using the information in the context of good medical practices and safety. These are the pediatric IV therapy guidelines Dr. Anderson has developed and researched for his own pediatric patients. [gdlr_button href=”https://www.consultdranderson.com/wp-content/uploads/securepdfs/2018/02/Pediatric-Information-for-IV-Therapy-Anderson-2018.pdf” target=”_self” size=”medium” background=”#e94230″ color=”#ffffff”]Download Pediatric IV Therapy Guidelines ~ Dr. Anderson …

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IV DEXTROSE AND PANCREATITIS

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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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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ASCORBIC ACID IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS

Vitamin C is seemingly so ubiquitous an intervention in integrative healthcare it is easy to overlook its potential therapeutic benefit as well as economical cost profile when considering therapies. One therapeutic target that is both common and also often filled with costly interventions is cardiovascular prevention and disease. All the common natural interventions are necessary …

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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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PEDIATRIC AML IV IDEAS CONT

QUESTION: The case is more tricky just because of the little girl’s age. At 9 months of age she was diagnosed with AML subtype M7. Chemo was started right away and at the time my role was to support chemotherapy with homeopathy and treat the mother with supplementation as she is actively nursing. She made …

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THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS FOR PROGRESSING PARKINSON’S CONT

QUESTION: 60 yo male – Medical history: Parkinson’s plus syndrome (suspicion for PSP type), type II diabetes, HTN. Current Rx metformin, Invokana, Monopril, Sinemet, LDN Current symptoms include bradykinesia, ataxia, dysarthria, widened gait that is unbalanced, cognitive impairment (subjective and observed complaints of recall and confusion) however MOCA score continues to be WNL. He is no longer …

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ROLE OF BICARB IN ONCOLOGY CONT

QUESTION: I follow your AMSA-BIORC HDIVC formulas. I was wondering if you ever add bicarbonate to the formulas? And if not, why not? Does it decrease the effectiveness of IVC? ANSWER: There are two reasons for Bicarb in oncology, pH and Anti-cancer potential. pH: I do add Bicarb in peripheral IV’s if the pH is …

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IV THERAPY IN LIVER FAILURE CONT

QUESTION: For administering IV therapy how do you adjust the dose/drip/quantity in liver failure? Is there a calculation for determining liver function and then how do you adjust an IV accordingly? Case: esophageal cancer mets to liver. Oncologist determined ANSWER: In liver disease / failure IV can have absolutely no effect in some cases and some …

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LYME AND SALICINIUM DOSING CONT

QUESTION: How would you dose Salicinium for a Lyme patient? ANSWER: For Lyme I’d do Salicinium IV once a week (interspersed with other Tx) and then if it works in 2-3 mo switch to the oral version 2 BID-TID 2 days a week

POST STROKE THERAPY CONT

QUESTION: 51 year old female patient, with malignant hypertensive heart disease (yrs of being un medicated, she is an athlete, free diver etc), ischemic stroke 2 months ago, some hemiplegia and hemiparesis, post-stroke meds: carvedilol, lisinopril, simvastatin, losartan, aspirin. Very healthy otherwise, BP managed well now. Are there any contraindications to IV therapy with glutathione …

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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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