George Pararas-Carayannis, Ph.D.*
from summary prepared under contract for the ReGenesis Medical
Center/ Dec 2000)
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National Center for Health Statistics lists stroke as the third
leading cause of death in the United States (after heart disease
and cancer). Approximately 600,000 people s suffer a stroke each
year, with close to 158,000 dying from it.
Packed within the
soft mass of the brain, there are more than 10 billion interconnected
nerve cells, called neurons. The brain cells require a constant
supply of oxygen and other nutrients, which they get from the
steady flow of blood through the arteries. The human brain requires
500 to 600 ml oxygen per minute or 25% of the total body consumption.
One liter of blood circulates to the brain each minute.
When this steady flow
of oxygen and blood is interrupted, a stroke occurs and the brain
cells or neurons in the affected area are killed by oxygen starvation.
With the death of these cells and subsequent swelling, blood
and oxygen are further isolated from the surrounding cells, which
also then swell - and the cycle tends to repeat itself. As a
result, the body functions that are controlled by the injured
area of the brain are affected. Neuron metabolism is disturbed
6 seconds after loss of blood flow, brain activity occurs after
a loss of 2 minutes, and permanent brain damage or death of brain
cells begins in about 5 minutes.
Types of Stroke
There are two main
types of stroke: Ischemic and Hemorrhagic.
Stroke caused by Ischemia
results from lack of blood flow caused by the narrowing or blockage
of an artery commonly called hardening of the arteries, in which
plaques of cholesterol and other substances build up on the artery
walls. An Ischemic stroke occurs when blood clots - also known
as Emboli - block the blood flow through an artery. Eighty percent
of strokes fall into this category, affecting mostly older people.
Emboli can be, but are not always, the cause of Ischemic strokes.
Stroke caused by cerebral
hemorrhage - Bleeding within the brain is known as cerebral
hemorrhage. A hemorrhagic stroke occurs when a blood vessel leaks
or ruptures and blood leaks into the surrounding tissue. (One
type of hemorrhagic stroke is from an aneurysm; that's when part
of an artery balloons-and often ruptures without warning.)
Brain Injury Recovery Program / Alternative and Supplemental
stroke or brain injury recovery program combines the benefits
of three different alternative therapies. The therapies include
intravenous treatments (IV), ultraviolet blood irradiation (UVI)
and hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBTO). Once a patient work up
and evaluation are completed, treatment can begin immediately.
Depending on a patient's needs and condition, therapies may include
* Lowers blood pressure
- Nutrient for brain cell
* emulsifies and dissolve lipids (fat) including plaque in arteries
Meyer's Cocktail Protocol
* Mixture of various
vitamins and minerals to help booster overall health and provid
maximum benefits of important nutrients for health and healing
as well as replace necessary nutrients after chelation therapy)
Piracetam Protocol (IV
drip of Piracetam sometimes mixed with carnitine and/or glutathione)
* Improves circulation
in stroke and cerebral paisley victims, brain and tumor patients)
* Nutrient and energy
source for brain
* Acts as major antioxidant within each cell and lower levels
of are seen in patients with cancer, heart disease, stroke, MS
Parkinson's Alzheimer's and many other age related diseases.
IV Drip Treatments
* Open up the collateral
circulation and relieves Ischemia (lack of blood flow caused
by narrowing or blockage of an artery.
* Reduces size of
damaged tissue in patients with peripheral vascular disease including
gangrene, cladication, leg ulcers and thrombophlebitic, angina,
acute myocardial infarction (heart attack), cerebral vascular
disease and congestive heart failure.
IV THERAPY (w/nutrients and minerals
also added in mixture)
EDTA (Ethylene diamine Tetraacetic acid)
* Chelator removes
* Removes toxic heavy metal deposits of calcium that help form
plaque - As plaque decreases, more blood flows to the heart and
* Mobilizes calcium and soft tissues where is should be stored
and moves it to the bones acts as calcium channel blocker.
* May also reduce blood pressure 10 ñ 20 points.
DMPS (Dimercapto Propane Sulforic Acid )
* Specific Chelator - removes mercury.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Summaries on Chronic Illnesses
heart disease | |
stroke | diabetes |
| high blood
| | high cholesterol | | Alzheimer's | |
arthritis | |
| poor circulation | | brain injury | | multiple sclerosis | | cerebral palsy | | life extension | | memory
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