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Long Covid Syndrome and Individual Approach In The Diagnosis and Treatment of Patients

Momir Dunjic
Alma Mater Europaea - ECM
Serbia

Stefano Turini
Alma Mater Europaea - ECM
Italy

Long COVID is a term to describe the effects of Covid-19 that continue for weeks or months beyond the initial illness. More than 70% of patients, most of whom were hospitalized reported many symptoms months after they became ill. The aim of our work was to diagnose patients with Long Covid syndrome and determine an individual treatment protocol. By using Bi-Digital O-Ring test in diagnosis together with clinical and laboratory tests we examined patients in our center, patients which complain on different symptoms after confirmed Covid illness. We designed special testers that allowed us to detect the most common genetic mutations of Sars Cov-2 virus. Over 90% of the patients had symptoms from organs where we detected the presence of active virus long time after illness. The presence of the virus in certain organs was associated with the presence of dental bacteria from foci from the mouth. The treatment protocol first included dental treatment, protection against EMFs, individual diets and the use of antioxidants and special oils made for certain strains of Covid. Over 80% of patients had a significant improvement in symptoms within two weeks of beginning of therapy when the virus was inactivated in the same time.

 

 


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