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Monday, May 28, 2012

Methodological recommendations in the treatment of herpes infection

Stop the outbreaks once and for all - using modern DETA
The creation of the electromagnetic therapy device Deta-AP opens new possibilities in therapy of complicated pathology and, for the first time, a method of physiotherapy is placed at the same level with contemporary high-efficiency treatment methods.

Treatment Chickenpox does not require treatment. Treatment programs may be applied only to people with immunodeficiency and prolonged period of sickness.

Treatment programs:

- Herpes zoster (genome)
- Herpes Zoster (blisters)
- Herpes Zoster (Shingles)
- Herpes Zoster (Rash)
- Herpes TR
- Herpes Simplex RTI
- Basic Herpes
- Herpes Neurology
- Acute pain
- Lymph and detox

The treatment programs should be applied during acute course of disease unto 3 to 4 times a day until the disappearance of clinical symptoms.
The criteria of the end of the healing period are the disappearance of the symptoms of the disease and negative lab test results, which were conducted a month after the end of the treatment.

The viruses are the most abundant form of organic material. Many of them are pathogenic for humans. The viruses develop inside the cells which makes their treatment using medications very difficult. The use of anti-virus medications is limited by inefficient effectiveness. DETA-AP device treats the source of infection rapidly and effectively, detoxes the body and restores the damaged organs.
Currently, herpes infections are the most abundant and least controllable. The diseases have a wide variety of clinical symptoms. Most often they exist in chronic forms and are transmitted in different ways. The infection resides within nerve cells of the body. The virus infects the body through mucous membranes (oral region, cervix, urethra, long intestine) or through pores of the skin. Then the virus temporarily resides within inflammations and then reaches the nerve ganglions and stays there permanently. Eight out of the 100 kinds of Herpesviridae family are pathogenic for humans. Currently, there are three sub categories in Herpesviridae family:
1. Alphaherpesviridae
- Herpes Simplex Virus type I
- Herpes Simplex Virus type II
- Herper Zoster (type III)
2. Bethaherpesviridae
- Cytomegalovirus
3. Gammaherpesviridae.
- Epstein-Barr (Herpes Virus type IV)
- Herpes virus type VI, VII, VIII.

Oral Herpes (HSV-1). Herpes is the virus infection that appears in a form of blisters or rash on the skin or mucous membrane. This condition appears because of Herpes Simples infection type I. Usually, people get infected by herpes virus in early childhood. It transmits through kissing and the communal use of kitchen and eating utensils. There is also the possibility of airborne viral infection through sneezing and coughing.
The most common form of Herpes Simplex infection type I is facial herpes, "cold sore". Statistically, 90-95% of people are infected by HSV type I. However the infection appears in different ways. More than 80% of people have the virus in chronic form and without showing any symptoms. In the case of 17-20% of people, the virus activates and starts spreading. This *is accompanied by facial blisters.
The most common factors that make herpes relapse are:
- hypothermia
- common cold or similar bacterial infections.
- exhaustion
- stress
- trauma
- menstrual cycles
- extreme dieting, vitamin deficiency or starvation.
- over exposure to the ultraviolet radiation, tanning.
The virus can affect any part of the skin or mucous membrane of human body as well. Most often, the relapse targets oral or nasal areas. It can be rare for some people to have herpes on their faces, which are considered unsightly. Herpes virus can become a serious issue for people with lowered immune system.
Herpes virus may cause:
- oral inflammation (stomatitis or gingivitis).
- inflammation of the skin and mucosal membrane (facial herpes, lips, etc).
- women's genital organs inflammation and risk to babies during child birth.
- disfunction of the urethra, prostate and sperm production of men.
- damage of the cornea and other structures of the eye. Optic neuritis.
- "herpal angina", throat inflammation, vocal cords, ear infection, vestibular disfunction.
- herpal bronchitis and pneumonia
- myocardial infarction, myocardiopathy.
- intestinal tract disease
- inflammation of the: brain (encephalitis), spinal nerve pathways (simpatoganglionevrit), nerve plexus
- disfunction of psycho-emotional areas (depressions, aggravation of the elderly dementia and schizophrenia)
- lymph node damage

(Note: I did not change the words in this list that came up on my “spell check”, like dysfunction instead of disfunction _ I presume you have your reasons for these spellings and have your own spell check for technical words)
Based on above information the conclusion is that herbal infection is not just a simple "cold sore" but a serious disease which can appear in any form within a lowered immune system.

Lab diagnosis.The following methods are used for the diagnosis of herpes infection:
- virological methods of herpes virus discovery and identification.
- polymerase chain reaction
- immunofluorescent and immunosorbent analysis
- discovering of antibodies with a use of immunosorbent analysis
- discovering of herpes-specific anti-bodies (IgM, IgG) in blood serum.

Treatment.Currently, there is no medicine that completely destroys the herpes virus in the human body. The existent medicine is effective only in the suppression of the HVS-1 spreading.
It is important to keep in mind that the early treatment gives the best results. Before the blistering starts, the lips become more sensitive, accompanied by itching and tingling. If the treatment begins at an early stage the appearance of physical symptoms may not occur and the healing process will begin sooner. If the physical symptoms have already occurred, the treatment with DETA device decreases healing time in comparison to any other medical treatments.
Treatment programs:
- Oral Herpes
- HSV type I-II
- HSV type I
- Basic Herpes
- Herpes cold sores.
- "Lymph and detox" program is used for draining.

During the outbreaks and first time infection, the device should be used 3 - 4 times a day (the whole set of programs) for 10 days (until the signs on the skin disappeared). Then use the device once a day for next three weeks.

Keep in mind: During the outbreak the person becomes highly contagious. The virus can be transferred to other parts of the body through physical contact. For example, the virus can be transferred from lips to genitals by hand.
That's why it is necessary to follow these rules:
- do not touch the blisters
- if you touched the blisters wash your hands thoroughly.
- use personal towels, kitchen utensils
- try not to damage or peel the blisters.
- avoid kissing and oral-genital contacts.
- carefully put *contact lenses on without applying saliva.
- antivirus cream should be applied using cosmetic utensils

Herpes preventionThe prevention of herpes first and foremost with the strengthening of the immune system, having a balanced life style, having sufficient sleep and good exercise.
During flu or cold, avoid being in public places. It is important for people who are susceptible to herpes to get checked for other diseases. The doctor will recommend the appropriate treatment for any dysfunction in the body.
Self medication should be avoided to prevent further complications.

Genital Herpes (HSV-2)Genital Herpes is the infection, which is caused by two serotypes of Herpes Simplex Virus: HSV-I and HSV-II. This is an STD. Often genital herpes can be transmitted from carriers who do not possess the symptoms of the STD at the time of sexual contact. The carrier might not be aware of the presence of the STD.
During the initial stages, the infection might not cause any obvious symptoms. However, there is a chance *of some of the symptoms. Local and general symptoms begin to show approximately after 2-14 days from the moment of infection. The virus breaks out causing herpes blisters. This is accompanied by headaches, exhaustion and fever.
By using the DETA devise, the symptoms begin to disappear during the 2nd - 3rd week after infection, which is followed by healing in the damaged areas of the body.
At the initial phase of the infection the symptoms are very light and the healing period is approximately 10 days. Approximately half of the patients who have recently contracted the infection complain about itching, burning, and pains in the lymph nodes.
Factors helping the appearance of the symptoms or initiation of genital herpes:
- decrease of immunological reactivity
- hypothermia or overheating of the body
- other diseases
- medical manipulation, including but not limited to abortions, as well as insertions of intrauterine devices.
- some psychological and physiological conditions (emotional stress and other)
Characteristic locations of genital herpes in women:
- labia majora
- labia minora
- vulva
- clitoris
- vagina
- cervix
in men:
- balanus
- foreskin
- urethra
Due to the large variety of genital herpes as well as its frequent cooperation with other urinogenital infections, which have similar symptoms, it is very important to identify the trigger of the activity of the infection.

Lab diagnosis.Methods used to diagnose the herpes infection:
- virological methods of discovering and identifying Herpes Simplex.
- polymerase chain reaction
- immunofluorescence and immunosorbent assay analysis
- detection of anti-bodies with the help of immunosorbent assay analysis
- discovering of herpes-specific anti-bodies (IgM, IgG) in blood serum.

TreatmentTreatment programs:
- Genital herpes
- HSV type I-II
- Herpes TR
- Basic Herpes
- Herpes type II comp
- Herpes blisters
- "Lymph and detox" program is used for draining.

During the outbreaks and first time infection the device should be used 3 - 4 times a day (the whole set of programs) for 10 days (until the signs on the skin disappeared). Then use the device once a day for next three weeks.
During the outbreak, the person becomes highly contagious. The virus can be transferred to other parts of the body through physical contact. For example, the virus can be transferred from lips to genitals by hand. Therefore the person should avoid having sexual contact.
The criteria for the end of the healing process are a negative lab test result for a test performed a month after the end of treatment.

Shingles (herpes zoster). Varicella-zoster virusTrigger DNA-containing virus from the herpes group of viruses. It causes two types of damage - chickenpox (varicella) and shingles (zoster). The main way of contracting *the disease is through the air and through direct contact. Children may contract chickenpox through constant contact with people who are currently sick with shingles. The virus is very contagious. Most of the population (over 90%) gets infected prior to reproductive maturity. Symptoms, which are characteristic of the disease, are: rash patches on the skin, which then convert into blisters and then into puss based form. In adults, the disease reactivates the latent virus infection, which appears as a painful blister rash on the skin along the nerves.
Chickenpox - is an initial infection, caused by the verizella-zoster virus. Generally, children go through the process of the infection without difficulty. (90% of the cases before age 13) In adults, it might cause a complication leading to encephalitis and pneumonia.
As the virus get into the respiratory system it begins to multiply. Sometimes the virus invades the lymph nodes causing initial viraemia. At a later time, the virus spreads inside the body through all the possible ways. It infects sensor ganglions of the nervous system, which provides a lifelong presence of the virus in the human body.
The incubation period is from 10 to 20 days. Fever and rash show up in *children at the same time. At first, adults suffer from exhaustion and fever. After several days, a rash appears. The rash begins on the head and the face and then continues on the rest of the body and limbs. The progression of the rash is accompanied by itching. New spots of rash show up after 2 - 5 days. All elements of the rash exist coherently.

Shingles. The symptoms are characterized by unclear pink spots of rash with diameter of approx 2-5mm along sensitive nerve channels. After 18-24 hours groups of painful vesicles are formed on the rash spots.
The most evident sign is a clear border along the infected area. The chest area is the most frequent location for the rash. This can be located along any sensitive nerve channel. The infection is often one-sided. The rash may disappear after two to four weeks. The pain might persist for several weeks or months.
It is contagious for 1-2 days before the rash and before the dissipation of dead skin on the vesicles. Complications include secondary bacterial infection on the skin as well as encephalitis, meningitis, myocarditis, glomerulonephritis, arthritis (rarely). The most serious complication is pneumonia, which increases the risk of death in adults up to 5-10%.

Diagnosis.Diagnosis is based on specific appearance of the form of the disease. It is confirmed by the lab diagnostics.
Methods used to diagnose the herpes infection:
- polymerase chain reaction
- immunofluorescence and immunosorbent assay analysis
- detection of anti-bodies with the help of immunosorbent assay analysis
- discovering of herpes-specific anti-bodies (IgM, IgG) in blood serum.

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