Success In Prevention Of Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections And Regeneration Kidney Cortex Destroyed Due To Retention Urine Owing Backbone Injury Blad

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atonic bladder, recurrent infections, kidney regeneration
Twenty two years ago my daughter at age of 26 yr has had serious accident with backbone injury yielding paralysis of lower body part. Permanent urine retention due to pressure ex-erting on the kidney cortex caused extensive loss of it, Simulta-neously because of absence of effective antibacterial systems in kidney take place recurrent infection cased by mote and more resistant bacteria. To enable urine run-off was introduced into urinary bladder balloon catheter. Instead of this measure and perfusion of bladder with antibiotic solutions, recommended by urologists, the recurrent infections still appeared, although I have had the possibility to test resistance of bacteria and adjust the treatment. Therefore medical diagnosis was fatal. Even if she will be kept on special potato diet and dialyses will be per-formed, she can die after maximum two years
I did know that the optimum pH (measure of acidity) for bacterial growth is 7.6, and due to a lack of effective antibac-terial mechanisms the only antibacterial kidney weapon is the acidity of urine precluding bacteria multiplication. If the bacterial growth medium has pH below 5 common bacteria don’t multi-ply. Usually urine pH is slightly acid (pH 6,0-7.0), but can vary between 4.6 and 8.0. Usually the prevention of bacterial infec-tions is done by means of ascorbic acid taken orally in the doses of about 2 g daily. Unfortunately ascorbic acid is excreted in urine as oxalic acid, which may cause formation of oxalate crys-tals that can prickle urinary tract. However the persons with paralytic urine bladder have blessing in disguise. When they have balloon catheter they can be perfectly protected against infections by means of about 15-20 ml of 10% acetic acid solu-tion given three times daily into urine bag after its draining.
The advances of such treatment arise from:
- physiological presence of acetic acid in all cells and its role in protection of skin against infections, frequent use of alka-line soaps removes this defensive agent.
- the solution of acetic acid in water has pH 4.75 close to lower urine limit, and below the limit necessary for minimal bac-teria multiplication
- One and all know that acetic acid solution in water have not erosive property and that acetic acid is volatile. Thus it can penetrate along the catheter unto urine bladder and acidify the residues of urine present in bladder.
- inhibition of bacterial growth lets to use one silicone catheter up to one year, and the bags till they begin to leak. Thus next to health status improvement we had also significant cost saving.
At last there was the change in life comfort. Because the bacteria don’t multiplied in urine, there were no metabolic proc-esses giving evil smell (caused by ammonia and amines) un-friendly to the patient and other persons. Having so exceptional properties acetic acid can’t be replaced by any other. The use of described procedure guarantee total elimination of kidney infec-tions and brings restoration on.
Acetic acid has only bacteriostatic and not bacteriocidic properties. To increase the effectiveness of urine acidification the bladder was syringed once a day by means of 500 ml of 3% boric acid, 0.1% chlorhexidine and 0.1% rivanole solutions given alternatively with 1% saline (one tee spoon of common salt per 500 ml of water obtained by means of reverse osmosis) solu-tion. All solutions were sterilized by 15 min boiling.
After introducing this measure during more than 20 years no new infection occurs.
Such an eminent success was the joint effect of prophy-lactic treatment described above and due to restoration of dam-aged kidney cells, The restoration of kidney cortex function was achieved by supplementation of diet with evening primrose oil in the doses of 2250 mg daily given together with vitamin E (100 mg), B comp.(two doses), vitamin C (1000 mg), selenium (200 μg) and magnesium (450 mg as magnesium sulfate). After sev-eral years of such treatment there aren’t any kidney troubles and no component of diet should be excluded.
I hope that this story will be good news for all people suf-fering from kidney insufficiency.
If any of the readers will know more about the possibili-ties of tissue regeneration please read appropriate sections of free Google Book “How Be Still in Good Health if You Aren’t Made of Moneyâ€, alias “Chronic Degenerative Diseasesâ€





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Stanley Says:

(Although seven days ago)
The curtain falls, the play is done,
And my (casual reader) is gone,
(Wondering why? and coming round)
Those (clever) folk I haven’t stupid (found)?
(Heinrich Heine â€Der Scheidendeâ€)
As a long-standing university lecturer I realize that the lack of discussion after public speaking take place if the lecture was lucid enough and the readers have no own experience, or if it was mumbo-jumbo. Moreover to entertain my indications everybody needs several (and not one) week period.
Therefore I must do add to my previous words very important thing, especially for those that haven’t urinary catheter. Because of rapid appearance of antibiotic resistance of bacteria these drugs I have replaced by the mixture of 500 mg of phenyl salicylate (salol) and 50 mg of methylene blue placed in pharmaceutical wafer (No.1 or 2). For donkey's years there were easily accessible some drugs containing these substances. But since several years these drugs are recognized as outdated, although none of the “modern†drug equals to it. Less trouble creates the finding of drug containing urotropin (less efficient than salol). Unfortunately methylene blue can’t be replaced successfully by any other compound, but luckily methylene blue is sold for fish in the aquarium.
If somebody is at risk can prepare a drug at home by dissolving 2 g portion of methylene blue in 100 ml of distilled water. 2.5 ml of this solution contains 50 mg of methylene blue. Take care during the activity because this compound strongly stains. In such an accident the blotch may be removed by means of lemon juice. (oxidizing agents fix the stain).
To prepare one-time portion add to half a glassful of water one tee spoon of glucose, 500 mg of ascorbic acid (preferably pulverized) and 2.5 ml (using syringe) of methylene blue solution. The solution gets to be colorless, but after shaking the blue taint returns.
This mixture should be taken twice a daily, until full recovery.
I wish effective treatment, acknowledgements are needless.
If somebody has a any question don’t hesitate to ask me.
Best regards





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