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  Example of a patient with vascular disease

A 53-year old male patient presented with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus since 5 years as well as an active hepatitis C infection of unknown cause and duration. He developed inflamed and swollen blisters on his first and second toes of his right foot over night. The head of the dermatological outpatient clinic at the University hospital of Basel Switzerland diagnosed a vaskulitis due to cryoglobulins caused by the hepatitis C infection. Within a few days the tips of the toes turned purple and the danger of an amputation increased due to the reduced capillary blood flow caused by diabetes (left photo). We treated the patient locally with Low Level Laser therapy to promote wound healing and intravenously with Plaquex infusions to improve capillary blood circulation. After 3 weeks of treatment with a total of 10 Plaquex infusions and daily application of laser therapy we could promote granulation to the point that the wounds healed completely without sequelae (right photo).



  This 56 year old patient with insulin dependent diabetes mellitus suffered from an acute bout of vasculitis affecting all of his toes of the right foot and 2 toes of the left foot. After 6 months of a combined treatment with Plaquex and Low Level Laser as well as high doses of Vitamin C, his toes could be saved from amputation:

  Case Histories

Patient Nr. 1: B.C., born 1928, male in Hawaii


severe angina pectoris with 3 vessel disease, prepared for tripple By-pass operation taking various medication including nitroglycerine

2/98 - 10/98 20 Plaquex and 10 Chelation treatments
10/98 patient needs no medication, a fast CT showed no calcifications in the coronary arteries, By-pass operation is no longer necessary
  Patient Nr. 2: E.H., born 1918, male in Basel
11/94 Patient suffers from angina pectoris, needs nitroglycerine. A PTCA of a RIVA stenosis is performed
2/95 - 7/95 18 chelation treatments
3/96 - 5/96 5 Plaquex treatments
6/96 A Thallium stress test shows normal values, done under anti-ischemic treatment
1/97 - 5/97 10 chelation and 15 Plaquex treatments
7/97 A Thallium stress test shows a small ischemia in the apex, done under no anti-ischemic treatment
6/98 - 8/98 12 Plaquex and 3 chelation treatments, patient no longer needs anti-ischemic medication
08/01 The patient still is free of symptoms and needs no anti-ischemic medication. The past 2 years he rode his bike on tours of more than 30 miles per day without any problems.
  Patient Nr. 3: G.S., born 1925, male in Basel
7/95 Patient is a strong smoker, has peripheral artery disease, walking distance is limited to 200 meters (1/8 mile), suffers from angina pectoris and a Thallium test shows coronary artery disease
4/96 - 7/96 18 Plaquex treatments. The patient no longer has symptoms and needs no medication.
  Patient Nr. 4:A.R., born 1930, female in Basel
3/95 Patient suffers from angina pectoris, takes nitroglycerine
4/95 a PTCA of 1 coronary artery is performed, after the angiogramm shows a stenosis
6/95 The patient agains suffers from angina pectoris, even though the Thallium test is normal
7/95 The angiogramm shows restenosis, another PTCA is performed
9/95 The angina pectoris returns
9/95 - 12/95 8 chelation treatments
1/96 - 4/96 22 Plaquex treatments
5/96 Another Thallium test shows normal values, the patient is free of symptoms
5/96 4 Plaquex treatments
2/97 5 Plaquex treatments
6/97 7 Plaquex treatments
3/98 5 Plaquex and 3 chelation treatments
7/98 11 Plaquex and 2 chelation treatments
10/98 4 Plaquex treatments
04/01 a Fast-CT shows a normal calcium score. The patient is free of symptoms.
  Patient Nr. 5:R.T., born 1927, male in Basel
1969 & 1973 2 myocardial infarctions
8/93 Hypertension, high cholesterol, mitral valve insufficiency, double by-pass operation
1/96 stenosis of the grafts and other coronary arteries cause angina pectoris. Due to the existing grafts, another by-pass operation or PTCA is impossible. The patient is unable to climb 1 flight of stairs without pain.
1/96 - 7/96 50 Plaquex treatments, patient can reduce his medication
10/96 - 12/96 19 chelation and 2 Plaquex treatments
4/96 - 6/97 10 chelation treatments
7/97 A Thallium stress test shows the scar from prior infarctions, but no ischemia
7/97 - 12/97 30 Plaquex treatments
1/98 Another Thallium test shows the scar, but no ischemia. The patient is free of symptoms and climbs 4 flight of stairs without problem.
04/01 The patient was hospitalized for another problem. The routine cardiac check shows normal findings.
  Patient Nr. 6: P.S., born 1911, male in Basel
since 1960 insulin dependant diabetes
5/98 peripheral vascular disease in both legs, walking distance is limited to 200 meters (1/8 mile) by claudicatio. There is no puls in the A. dorsalis pedis and A. tibialis posterior on both sides.
6/98 - 7/98 8 Plaquex treatments and 1 chelation
7/98 The oscillometric exam shows R +6 and L +4
7/98 - 8/98 11 Plaquex and 1 chelation treatment
9/98 The oscillometric exam shows R +8 and L +12
9/98 - 10/98 11 Plaquex and 2 chelation treatments. The walking distance increases so much that he stopped walking before he felt any pain because he had reached his destination.

Plaquex reduces Calcium Score

To measure the coronary calcium deposits and thereby the coronary plaques, the Fast CT exam was developed. A patient had a total calcium score of 1362.6 and a total of 13 lesions. After 30 Plaquex treatments the total score was 563.2 and 4 lesions.


Before After
Vessel Lesions Calcium Score Lesions Calcium Score
Left 1 0 0 0 0
Left 2 4 359.9 2 430.8
Right 5 970.2 1 103.6
Circumflex 4 32.5 1 28.7
Total 13 1362.6 4 563.2



  Patient Nr. 9: female german patient, born 1943

A 67 year old female patient from Germany suffered from decreased walking distance due to peripheral vascular disease. The initial walking distance was less than 300 meters. The Doppler exam showed the following results:

Doppler 8/02:            right                left
Brachialis                                                        140 mm Hg
A. tibialis posterior                160                  180 mm Hg
                                               1.14                 1.59 Index
A.dorsalis pedis                     120                  210 mm Hg
         0.86                 1.50 Index 

Diagnosis: 90 % stenosis of the A.poplitea right und 70 % stenosis of the A.femoralis sup. left.

A ballon angioplasty was done september 13th to 18th 2002. On the 18th another Doppler was done with the following results: 

Doppler Sept 18th, 02                                   right    left

Brachialis                                                                    120
A.tibialis posterior                                           140      110
                                               Index               1.17     0.92
A.dorsalis pedis                                              140      120
                                               Index               1.17     1.00 

The 20th of september the patient noticed an acute increase in pain and the walking distance fell to below 30 meters. Another Doppler exam showed: 

Doppler Sept. 20th, 02                                  right    left

Brachialis                                                                    160
A.tibialis posterior                                           140      60
                                                           Index   0.93    0.40
A.dorsalis pedis                                              170      140

The patient then received 14 Plaquex treatments.

Another Doppler was done January 9th, 03: 

Doppler Jan 9th, 03:                         right    left
A.tibialis posterior                               178                  167
A.dorsalis pedis                                   180                  180
Index                                                  1.01                 1.08

The walking distance increased to more than 300 meters.


Cases from colleagues 

1. A 66 year old male patient had severe stenosis in one of his legs and an amputation was suggested. His doctor treatet him with about 30 Plaquex and reports that the patient is playing Golf again with both of his legs intact.

2. A patient wrote us that the blockage of her carotid artery of 75 % was reduced down to 40 % after 30 treatments and thus could avoid surgery.

3. This colleagues' patient had a total Agatston calcium score of 271.88 and total Calcium volume of 220.16 mm3 before treatment. The patient started treatment 9 months later with 2  Plaquex and 1 Chelation per week for 3,5 months.

   The follow up results were total Agatston score 138.4 (a 49 % decrease) and a total calcium volume of 140.4 mm3 ( a 36% decrease). 



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