|02-14-2011, 10:23 AM||#1|
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An alternative medicine by using s stool therapies.
Maybe you've heard of alternative medicine use urine or blood therapies. But, what about using a stool therapies?
A study published in the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology reveal the injection method feces or 'transpoosions' to cure chronic indigestion due to bacterial infection clostridium difficile.
"Treatment is very efficient, with a cure rate of 90 percent for the first time use. The result is safe, without side effects, and can solve problems in a matter of hours," said Dr. Lawrence Brandt of Montefiore Medical Center, in New York, as published Aol Health.
Brandt said the injection of feces can be done via enema, entry procedures substances into the colon via the anus. Can also through a gastric tube, a tube that is inserted into the stomach through the nose.
During this time, patients infected with clostridium difficile bacteria rely on injections of antibiotics as treatment. Clostridium difficile is a type of bacteria that are difficult off than other types such as C. botulinum, and C. perfringens. Infection with Clostridium bacteria are usually marked diarrhea.
Clostridium difficile is difficult character to die to make concoction of antibiotics to be expensive. In the United States, antibiotics killer Clostridium difficile reach U.S. $ 60, or about Rp870 thousand per item. Once the treatment could reach U.S. $ 2,000 almost Rp19 million.
Though expensive, injectable antibiotics may not be effective to kill bacteria. In fact, not infrequently lead to chronic diarrhea. "The rate of antibiotic failure of 10-20 percent with 60 percent chance of relapse," he said.
That is why Brandt was so excited to develop an alternative treatment using injection feces. In addition to cheaper, feces injection method does not have the effect of antibiotic injections that can threaten the body's metabolic disorder.
Brandt said the injection can be obtained through donor feces feces that have been through laboratory tests. "There are several bank lenders in Australia, but in the United States, we use fresh feces from a donor," he said. "We separate the donors who have AIDS, syphilis, hepatitis, pathogens and other parasites."
Despite claims of success of this treatment reached 90 percent, many doctors are reluctant to switch to the 'antibiotic' is natural. "It's hard to imagine the treatment using the dirt. I am concerned, the use of excreta as antibiotics have the potential to create new problems in patients, such as cross-infection," said Dr Saad Habba, a gastric disease expert from New Jersey.
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