jimmylesante wrote:I have two questions
1)Does DMSO orally or IV act as a bradycardia and slow the heart rate?
2)When can i come do an intern period with you ???????
jimmylesante, oral or DMSO infusions, don't cause bradycardia, but increase Ejection fraction, decreases ICP and IOP. Infusions do cause a temporary tachycardia and OR a rise is pressures, which fades away during or at the end, in people with Cardiac issues/damaged hearts, left ventricle muscle damage, SA node issues etc.
I have witnessed it while treating people with Cardiac issues. Infusions revert EP (Electrophysiological) changes in heart. Treated successfully a few people with diseased SA node, requiring a pacemaker, now need none.
Treated a person with Glaucoma, in severe pain on steroid eye drops. Pain relived in 3 hrs, after 2 drops of my prepared eye drops, spaces 3 hrs apart (total 8 drops) and closed angle glaucoma cured in 2 weeks.......now require none drops.
Leave some thing for my book, if I get it published.........
You're always welcome.
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