Plaque Removal

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 21, 2009 Under: HEALTH
This type of plaque does not require a visit to the dentist.  Plaque is referred to as calcium deposits in arteries also called coronary artery calcifications. To cleanse the artery a process called chelation is used which is administered intravenously, rectal or by mouth. The problem with the various techniques is that the total chelation therapy may take anywhere from two weeks to several months for arteries to be clear of plaque. Who has time to wait, for such methods to work with regards to clogged arteries? As time continues to move on and if the arteries through chelation therapy have not shown improvement, these patients are still at risk for having a stroke or heart attack.

What if...

Chelation therapy could be administered through a catheter by which the treatment would directly enter the clogged artery itself. This can be achieved with the use of a concentrated dose of EDTA including a combnation of ingredients such as: caysine, lysine, cystine, selenium, alpha lipoic acid, amino acids, magnesium and deribose in attempts to prevent atheroseclerosis.

If such method is used on an outpatient basis, the total prodecure can be monitored as the catheter with a tiny camera lens can be used to observe the artery and it's tolerance to the chelation treatment along with immediate result of procedure concerning the shrinking and dissolving of the plaque inside the artery. Once the plaque has been completely dissolved the patient can leave the hospital the same day. This would save the patient money, time and most of all their life.

In : HEALTH 



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Plaque Removal

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 21, 2009 Under: HEALTH
This type of plaque does not require a visit to the dentist.  Plaque is referred to as calcium deposits in arteries also called coronary artery calcifications. To cleanse the artery a process called chelation is used which is administered intravenously, rectal or by mouth. The problem with the various techniques is that the total chelation therapy may take anywhere from two weeks to several months for arteries to be clear of plaque. Who has time to wait, for such methods to work with regards to clogged arteries? As time continues to move on and if the arteries through chelation therapy have not shown improvement, these patients are still at risk for having a stroke or heart attack.

What if...

Chelation therapy could be administered through a catheter by which the treatment would directly enter the clogged artery itself. This can be achieved with the use of a concentrated dose of EDTA including a combnation of ingredients such as: caysine, lysine, cystine, selenium, alpha lipoic acid, amino acids, magnesium and deribose in attempts to prevent atheroseclerosis.

If such method is used on an outpatient basis, the total prodecure can be monitored as the catheter with a tiny camera lens can be used to observe the artery and it's tolerance to the chelation treatment along with immediate result of procedure concerning the shrinking and dissolving of the plaque inside the artery. Once the plaque has been completely dissolved the patient can leave the hospital the same day. This would save the patient money, time and most of all their life.

In : HEALTH 



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Plaque Removal

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 21, 2009 Under: HEALTH
This type of plaque does not require a visit to the dentist.  Plaque is referred to as calcium deposits in arteries also called coronary artery calcifications. To cleanse the artery a process called chelation is used which is administered intravenously, rectal or by mouth. The problem with the various techniques is that the total chelation therapy may take anywhere from two weeks to several months for arteries to be clear of plaque. Who has time to wait, for such methods to work with regards to clogged arteries? As time continues to move on and if the arteries through chelation therapy have not shown improvement, these patients are still at risk for having a stroke or heart attack.

What if...

Chelation therapy could be administered through a catheter by which the treatment would directly enter the clogged artery itself. This can be achieved with the use of a concentrated dose of EDTA including a combnation of ingredients such as: caysine, lysine, cystine, selenium, alpha lipoic acid, amino acids, magnesium and deribose in attempts to prevent atheroseclerosis.

If such method is used on an outpatient basis, the total prodecure can be monitored as the catheter with a tiny camera lens can be used to observe the artery and it's tolerance to the chelation treatment along with immediate result of procedure concerning the shrinking and dissolving of the plaque inside the artery. Once the plaque has been completely dissolved the patient can leave the hospital the same day. This would save the patient money, time and most of all their life.

In : HEALTH 



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Plaque Removal

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 21, 2009 Under: HEALTH
This type of plaque does not require a visit to the dentist.  Plaque is referred to as calcium deposits in arteries also called coronary artery calcifications. To cleanse the artery a process called chelation is used which is administered intravenously, rectal or by mouth. The problem with the various techniques is that the total chelation therapy may take anywhere from two weeks to several months for arteries to be clear of plaque. Who has time to wait, for such methods to work with regards to clogged arteries? As time continues to move on and if the arteries through chelation therapy have not shown improvement, these patients are still at risk for having a stroke or heart attack.

What if...

Chelation therapy could be administered through a catheter by which the treatment would directly enter the clogged artery itself. This can be achieved with the use of a concentrated dose of EDTA including a combnation of ingredients such as: caysine, lysine, cystine, selenium, alpha lipoic acid, amino acids, magnesium and deribose in attempts to prevent atheroseclerosis.

If such method is used on an outpatient basis, the total prodecure can be monitored as the catheter with a tiny camera lens can be used to observe the artery and it's tolerance to the chelation treatment along with immediate result of procedure concerning the shrinking and dissolving of the plaque inside the artery. Once the plaque has been completely dissolved the patient can leave the hospital the same day. This would save the patient money, time and most of all their life.

In : HEALTH 



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Plaque Removal

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 21, 2009 Under: HEALTH
This type of plaque does not require a visit to the dentist.  Plaque is referred to as calcium deposits in arteries also called coronary artery calcifications. To cleanse the artery a process called chelation is used which is administered intravenously, rectal or by mouth. The problem with the various techniques is that the total chelation therapy may take anywhere from two weeks to several months for arteries to be clear of plaque. Who has time to wait, for such methods to work with regards to clogged arteries? As time continues to move on and if the arteries through chelation therapy have not shown improvement, these patients are still at risk for having a stroke or heart attack.

What if...

Chelation therapy could be administered through a catheter by which the treatment would directly enter the clogged artery itself. This can be achieved with the use of a concentrated dose of EDTA including a combnation of ingredients such as: caysine, lysine, cystine, selenium, alpha lipoic acid, amino acids, magnesium and deribose in attempts to prevent atheroseclerosis.

If such method is used on an outpatient basis, the total prodecure can be monitored as the catheter with a tiny camera lens can be used to observe the artery and it's tolerance to the chelation treatment along with immediate result of procedure concerning the shrinking and dissolving of the plaque inside the artery. Once the plaque has been completely dissolved the patient can leave the hospital the same day. This would save the patient money, time and most of all their life.

In : HEALTH 



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