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Granpa John's Optimal Journal

Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by John Schumacher, Jul 18, 2019.

  1. My Optimal Journal: Since I have fifty years practicing health, my journey may best be shared by discovery, implementation of protocols. For me the first was Light, specifically a sunrise. Hiking among the Flatirons of Boulder Colorado, I was thirteen years old. A huge sun immerged up from behind the Great Plains across United States. Like the earth giving birth to the sun, painfully the fiery ball arose, larger than life. The light unhindered, shown through the dry clear air, was intense and vibrant. As it rose, I thought, “How many of these have I missed? How many will I deprive myself? If I “live well” to 125, this will still a limited number.” I determined to not miss out; but to honor the sun’s rise, giving gratitude to our maker. For like the sun, I am just star dust, organized particles in electro-magnetic design, each (the sun & I) formed for our own purpose(s).

    A note on science: I have found the current believe of an ever expanding universe, measured by entropy, which exploded from infinite nothing, does not provide a usable model for scientific advancement. I believe the process of identifying “the mechanism of action” to be a reliable scientific method to objectively validate, dispute or reject a hypothesis. Using this discovery process, protocols can be designed, developed, measured, modified and implemented.

    Back to the Journal of Light protocol: In the beginning years, class schedule (junior and senior high school) often got in the way. I often missed the sun’s rise during the week, but weekends I had more control over my morning hour(s). In my late teens, I would climb the Hollywood Hills in CA to enjoy as much skin exposure to the morning light. The protocol developed into a goal of providing my eyes and skin grounded in nature with each sunrise. Time being a limiting factor, I shoot for a minimum of 20 minutes to an hour. For many years, I felt disappointed if the redox coefficient was low during the winter months, but encourage by Dr. Kruse – the IR light is high and thus worthwhile.

    Over the years, my work hours in business management and information technology have been conducted under artificial light. So every day and every excuse possible, I’ve spent outside under our sun’s rays – exercising, walking, mediating. It wasn’t until 20 years ago or so that I allowed full sun exposure during noon high UVA/UVB rays. The information is still under a “dark deception” from our medical community. This protocol’s goal is full exposure in nature at solar noon for a minimum of an hour. My “vitamin” D is typically greater than 90.

    Artificial light is harmful. Even though mitigation is an option, it often does not reduce the effect enough. So I light my office space with UV grow bulbs; each costing around $60. I include red LED and UV Black lighting. My home lighting has blue blocking filters, imitating a sunset spectrum. Over the past 20 years, I’ve worn blue blocking lenses while working in artificial light.

    My Optimal Journal (subject) - Nutritional protocol: At sixteen years of age while running a family business in Hollywood CA, I had an employee who managed a health food store during the day and washed dishes for me at night. Thomas invited me to health lectures which were held on Sunday afternoons. Fifty years ago, these were primarily testimonials. They were not double-blind placebo controlled studies. A talk by a tall strong woman whose story of recovery from cancer impressed me. I thought, “Should I wait ‘till the axe of life almost takes me out before I consider nutrition?” The organization putting on these lectures was the Natural Hygiene Society. Doctors like Dr. Herbert Shelton contributed quarterly into the society’s journal. I became a member and began to learn their point of view towards health, which included: light, water, nutrition for therapeutic interventions. For many years, I ate mostly raw vegetables, nuts & seeds, some fruit in season. In the winter months, I cooked my vegetables adding winter varieties like yams. I used full fat butter, olive oil as my fats. This worked very well for my budget since I was working and going to school. In my early 20’s, I added “organic” chicken, because I was unable to afford fish or beef. Around 20 years ago, I was able to financially replace chicken with fish, then adding grass-fed pastured animals. This protocol greatly improved my overall health. My current nutritional protocol is mostly organic vegetables (around nine cups), some wild caught fish and pasture raise grazing animals, and omega-3 rich fats. The higher nutritional value of these type of protein and fats have laid the ground-work for neuron and myelin regeneration. The turnover of these structures is years. This plus other protocols I have measurably improved my cognitive function.

    Note on cognitive function: I was born with retardation. I failed kindergarten and first grade. The only reason I advanced through the grades was because I was a “good” kid, trying my best. Each year from grade school through junior high, I found myself a different school. My mother was an alcoholic and cycled through four husbands during her life. I was also physically uncoordinated; I could not through, hit nor catch a ball. I ran so slow the PE teacher asked if I was pulling an anchor. It felt like it. I was poor at everything academic – reading, writing, math and science. I entered remedial classes beginning at Junior Community College(s) since I scored below 3rd grade level for reading and writing. My academic goal was to be able to read and write at a college level. Using my health practices to assist in this effort, I completed College English, Calculus, some Physics; then overtime, since I could only afford a few classes per semester, I finally graduated with my BS in Computer Science many years later.

    My Optimal Journal (subject) - Water protocol: The drinking water fifty years ago in the foothills of Boulder Colorado was amazing; in Hollywood California – not so good. The first bottled water I started purchasing back then was Deep Rock - a filtered distilled water, bottled in glass. Over the years, I have looked for good palatable water - some successes, some not so. I’m still looking for an affordable “solution”.

    My Optimal Journal (subject) - Recovery protocol(s): As mentioned, in my summary above, for me recovery includes proper sunlight, cold therapy and sleep. I’ve talked about sunlight. Now I’d like to review my journey with sleep for it is a sad tell. At the turn of puberty (12 or 13 years old), I lost my ability to sleep. Note: That is why I was on a walkabout alone at 5am among the Flatirons of Boulder Colorado at 13 years of age. I would often go for walks and talks with God. Eventfully, improper sleep became insomnia. By 18, I slept four hours every three days. This lasted into my forties. Yes, there were times I slept for six hours every other night. It was hell. The fatigue hurt so much. Since I practice health and recovery is one leg of a three legged stool, I determined to find a resolution. I tried: nutrition, circadian rhythm (sunrise & sunset protocols), nutraceuticals, herbs, yoga, meditation, prayer. I practiced sleeping most every night, lying in bed, thankful for each day each night each moment, but I did not sleep. I continued to look for a solution. Twenty years ago, I found many of the foods I ate contained proteins and/or compounds designed to disrupt human health. These included: organic sprouted grains, nightshade vegetables, etc. I cut them all out. Within three months, my sleep improved. Now I typically sleep from 9pm to 4am.

    My Optimal Journal (subject) - Cold Therapy protocol: Tim Ferriss popularized cold therapy for fat loss in 2010. Thus began my journey towards the cold. Whim Hof took it to next level for me. Though I do not and will not do human feats, I do believe the positive effects of cold are significant. What I enjoy most is to immersion in moving water, outside in nature, grounded feet to the earth, standing in 50-degree water, with the water up to my chin so that I back of my neck is submerged. My minimum goal is 20 minutes. Winter time is best for cold therapy which includes the cold air against my bare torso, walking out to the American river, then dripping wet in the cold air walking back from the river. The hormonal effect accompanying the shiver over the next couple of hours is wonderful.

    Whim Hof’s story includes depression over the loss of his beloved wife. Depression can feel numb; the nervous system is overwhelmed, shutting down peripheral sensation. The cold awakened his CNS. As Whim states, “Cold is my teacher.” The chill up his spine, into his head, the tingling of his fingers, all provided feedback that he was alive. “Feeling is reality,” he says. Note: I’ve never been depressed. It is a powerful force towards self-pity. I love life too much to entertain self-defeating practices.

    For me cold therapy has taught me – surrender. As the water moves over my body, the peripheral sensations are heightened. I immerse my conscience feeling into the moving cold, allowing its influence to take my emotional response. I watch and feel the water swirl towards me, around me and pass by me. Embodying the many feels cold engenders are rich. The goal is to not hold onto any one feeling, but to observe it, feel the continually changing intensity of it, “enjoy” it, appreciate it, let it go and watch it leave. It’s almost “relaxing”, persistent awareness, relief. I’ve used this opportunity to practice - surrender.

    My Optimal Journal (subject) – Hypertension: Though I have practiced health for fifty years, hypertension is grown increasingly over the past three decades. Since Cardio Vascular Disease is in my family history, blood pressure is easily monitored. At age of 40 and 60 I purchased a CT scan of the heart. Each time the results reported as the cardiologist noted: “You have a score of zero – a heart as strong as a young adult”. In my early 60s, I purchased an Ultrasound Bilateral Carotid Arteries analysis which revealed no plaque no high velocity and no flow limitations. We know blood pressure is managed by the RAAS system. So I purchased a Renin Activity and Aldosterone lab analysis. My Plasma Renin Activity was 0.55 and Aldosterone was 10.4 ng/dL. These values show a beautifully functional RAAS system. We also know NOS is released as a result of UV exposure. My blood pressure, after fours of solar summer noon full exposure UV sunlight, is typically 148/87. Over the years, I have employed the protocols: UV sunlight exposure, circadian rhythm (sunrise & sunset protocols), nutraceuticals, herbs, yoga, sleeping on a full strength Magnetico mattress, and pharmaceuticals. My morning and day time blood pressure is typically 173 (+/-10) over 85 (+/-7) and evening blood pressure is typically 140 (+/-3) over 81 (+/-2).

    My hope for reader is not to be discouraged by these results. The therapies recommended by Dr. Kruse are solid.

    Note to Dr. Kruse: I enjoy conflicting points of view. They have always provided me insight into someone else’s paradigm. Since I can only subjectively see, another’s subjective view may help us see better the beautiful facets of the gem before us.

    General Note:
    I typically have a body fat index around 10 percent. Since I worked out both functionally and for general strength, a side effect is physical sense of vanity. Though this may seem “wrong”, it has been motivating. We are physical human creatures whom prefer to be attractive – whether by group of the opposite sex whose eyes follow you as you pass them, or perhaps the pheromones that influences a female to “corner you” and just talk to you for a while. It probably doesn’t help that my Total Testosterone is typically greater than 1,500 with Estradiol less than 45. My hope is that things don’t get out of hand and the other person senses I’ve been in a solid relationship for some time and “not looking”.

    I’m very fortunate. I met my lovely bride on a blind date almost 45 years ago. I so appreciate the sense of interdependence I have with her. I’ve told her, “You know, it’s amazing you’ve been married to the most prefect husband for you all these years.” She has been Music Therapist and Special Education Teacher. I’ve been in business management and information technology. We’ve raised three beautiful, intelligent daughters. For the past 20 years, we've lived on the west-side of Elk Grove, CA where the cell phone reception and radio reception is very poor.
     
  2. My Optimal Journal (subject) – Hypertension a pharmaceutical approach: The common medical understanding of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS) is to elevate blood volume and arterial tone to manage overall blood pressure. The medical standard of care for hypertension is to disrupt this system, using pharmaceuticals, which fall into two primarily types: dehydrating drugs and RAAS inhibitors. RAAS drug inhibitors are designed to disrupt each stage of the development, transformation and deployment of the RAAS hormone cascade. These primarily are angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, angiotensin-receptor “blockers” (ARBs), direct renin inhibitors, beta-adrenoceptor antagonists (Beta-Blockers), and alpha-adrenergic antagonists (alpha blockers). Typically, a combination of drugs are administered overtime until the blood pressure falls within current acceptable values.

    One question I’ve had is: what is optimal RAAS function and how is it measured? The Renin Activity and Aldosterone lab analysis provides a look into this system. When the Plasma Renin Activity value is greater than 0.65, it is indicative that you have a high renin system response. When the Aldosterone Renin Ratio (ARR) is over 80, it is indicative that you may have Low Renin Hypertension. When the Aldosterone Renin Ratio (ARR) is less than 80 and greater than 40, it is indicative that you may have High Renin Hypertension. For ARR values greater than 10 and less than 40, your hypertension is not a renin issue. My Plasma Renin Activity was 0.55 and Aldosterone was 10.4 ng/dL. My ARR was 18.9, a beautifully functional RAAS system.

    When I presented these findings to my Kaiser doctor, she did not understand why I was not interested in any of the primary retinal drug inhibitors. From the potential anti-hypertensive drug list, I chose a calcium channel blocker (CCB), because it did not fall into the retinal category and it had the less side-effect profile. I took amlodipine besylate 10mg daily for over six months during 2017. This was a big mistake. My blood pressure went from 135 systolic over 83 diastolic to 155 systolic over 103 diastolic. I became hypoxic. My symptoms were very intense: persistent ringing in ears; extreme headaches with nausea, extreme muscle cramps, extreme memory loss and slow mental processing, extreme fatigue and some dizziness; I felt bloated. I didn’t want to eat, drink or breathe. I felt - if I could just exhale and not have to breathe again, I might be able to find relief. I was physiologically injured. It has taken two years to recovery.
     
  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Post status of all indicators below:

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  4. Well done "Doctor" JanSz. We have come a long way with understanding the nutraceuticals' role in providing therapeutic protocols for medically defined diagnosis; such as hypertension. Even though - this is an old reference, it still has value "Hypertension: Is It Time to Replace Drugs With Nutrition and Nutraceuticals?" https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3989080/ It is, as the image you provided above, not the end all but provides possibilities. As you can imagine, I've not only employed the list you posted above, but I have also identified the therapeutic dose requirements and tracked the results over the years. There is also a host of herbal extracts which can be employed for specific anti-hypertensive endpoints.

    However, with that said, I feel we need to honor the "God-Father" of this forum - Dr. Jack Kruse. The bases of this playing field are Sun Light, water & electro-magnetism; Nutrition mostly Epi-Paleo; and Cold Therapy. These I have employed for almost fifty years.

    Note: I've loved how you have chimed in on so many of the member's posts, questions, concerns. You have given very good and solid responses to people looking for answers. Thank you!
     
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  5. Eddie Garza

    Eddie Garza New Member

    Don't forget to add the Vitamin K2 (MK7) for arterial stiffness. Helps keep those arteries pliable.
     
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  6. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    I have noted in your footer:
    Health WINS: None
    Health Goals: Lower BP
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    we need to honor the "God-Father" of this forum - Dr. Jack Kruse
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    He is unique individual, I was blessed to find him.
    Please do not imply about no testing (as a way that @Jack Kruse operates)
    He uses tons of tests, even pushished some of them.
    He will:
    "Review of your labs / tests (must be brought with you) of you and/or your guest (one guest per member)"
    on
    5-Day VIP Experience with Dr. Jack Kruse and Jeremy Thomley
    .
    Dates available to schedule:

    • 2 spots available for August 30th through September 3rd
    • 2 spots availalbe for September 4th through September 8th
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  7. Doctor JanSz, Thank you for reviewing my Health WINS & Goals.

    I also feel blessed to find Dr. Jack Kruse. His critical thinking has given him the ability to identify scientific data points. These he has connected as though through quantized thought processing. From these connections, "discoveries", he has "quilted" together core protocols, which are supportive for humankind.

    I would love to participate in the above VIP Experience(s); however, I am limited financially. I am not in the "poor class". My budget has never been able to afford "going out to eat." Please do not feel I'm complaining, I love life and greatly appreciate the time I've had to share it with others.

    Note: I am unable to find any where in my posts that I've implied "no testing". However, if I've offend anyone, please forgive me.
     
  8. Well Done - Eddie Garza.
    “Mechanisms of arterial remodeling: lessons from genetic diseases” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3521155/
    “Vitamin K2 synthesis is required for vascular endothelial cell survival” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23533172

    When we look at vascular remodeling, the first question we "should" perhaps ask ourselves is: How long will it take for these vessels to remold into "healthy" structures?
     
  9. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Do you know your Agatston calcium score?
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    What would you do to repair vascular interior?

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    https://jeffreydachmd.com/2019/03/coronary-calcium-score-paradigm-shift-podcast-jeffrey-dach-md/

    https://jeffreydachmd.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Heart_ICIM_Philli-2019_JDach_PDF_M6.pdf

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  10. Well done Doctor JanSz, For the purposes of others who maybe reading our interaction. I feel it is important that others understand the reasoning behind your questions.

    The Agatston Calcium Score is very important when you or your family has had some form of Cardio-Vascular Disease (CVD). This is one of those tests you can purchase to help determine if you are a candidate for a heart attack. https://www.mdedge.com/ccjm/article/173515/cardiology/coronary-artery-calcium-scoring-its-practicality-and-clinical-utility Measuring coronary artery calcium has been found to be valuable in detecting coronary artery disease and in predicting cardiovascular events and death.

    At age of 40 and 60, I purchased a Coronary artery calcium score of my heart. Each time the results reported, as the cardiologist sitting across from me reading the analysis said, “You have a score of zero – a heart as strong as a young man”.

    The next test which can be helpfully is the inspection of the carotid artery. This test can help to determine if you are a candidate for a stroke. http://www.clevelandclinicmeded.com/medicalpubs/diseasemanagement/cardiology/peripheral-arterial-disease-carotid/. Duplex ultrasound uses blood velocity to determine the presence and severity of stenosis in conjunction with B-mode grayscale imaging of plaque.

    In my early 60s, I purchased an Ultrasound Bilateral Carotid Arteries analysis which revealed no plaque, good velocity and no flow limitations. My vascular structures seem good.

    Vascular biopsies harvested from small muscular (presumably resistance) arteries from subcutaneous gluteal fat carried out under local anesthesia. These small arteries can also be obtained from omental fat from the abdominal. https://academic.oup.com/cardiovascres/article/78/2/274/351393 This method is often thought as the gold standard; where endothelium cells can be study under a microscope, and the structural remodeling of the vascular structures and be measured. I have not had this done.

    Note for the reader: If you’ve had an abnormal Coronary Artery Calcium Score greater than 400, please work with your cardiologist. These surgeons can save your life. After you’ve are past the urgent/critical stage of this disease then you can work on the ideas Doctor JanSz has presented in this post.

    My hope is that the others who maybe reading our interaction(s) will look up the two referenced links Doctor JanSz has given above, specially, if they are suffering from any form of CVD.

    I began my research into CVD forty years ago. I didn’t have the money to go to school. So I would devise a questions, I felt may perk the interest of a medical librarian. I would go down into the basement of a research medical school’s library and present my question(s). The librarians always seemed fascinated with the type of questions I asked and would often help me by giving me access to go through microfiche versions of medical papers. A very slow process. But it worked.

    Doctor JanSz also asked – “What would you do to repair vascular interior? Bottom-line: my vascular interior walls seem to be functioning well.

    However, for those who are suffering with some form of CVD and may have endothelia dysfunction, I would like to start with the following:

    o Identify specific pathologies using available diagnostic tools, examples: Agatston Calcium Score, Ultrasound Bilateral Carotid Arteries Analysis, ECG and a general Cardia examination
    • Stratify these findings into: urgent, critical and needs improvement
    o Quantify your health history - Where have you lived, for how long,
    • Latitude, city, state
    Note: I’ve noticed Dr. Jack Kruse will often ask for this basic information on others’ My Optimal Journey, but the member never really answers the doctor’s question.

    o What is the environment(s) you’ve lived in
    • Are you sleeping (at home) or working (at the office) in an nnEMF toxic soup? Have you had these environment(s) tested?
    • Is there mold in your “home”, apartment, or wherever you spend time?
    • Have you been “exposed” to viruses, bacteria’s, which maybe currently “dormant”?
    o What are your “health practices”
    • Nutrition – what goes in your mouth
    • Exercise – when, where, what type and how much?
    • Recovery – what is the quality of your sleep?
    o What are your “health attitudes”
    • Do you practice daily gratitude at every sunrise?
    • Do you fill yourself with beautiful dopamine during noon time UVA/UVB onto as much skin exposure as possible – every day?
    • As the sunsets, do your give thanks for another opportunity to share life with others?
    o What do these questions have to do with CVD? – Just ask Dr. Jack Kruse
     
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  11. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    @John Schumacher
    Thank you for your feedback. Actually your positive form of feedback, full of useful details.
    I am flattered that you call me a doctor.
    I am not a doctor of any kind and I do not have a Ph.D.
    There was a small chance for me to get a Ph.D. degree but my parents ran out of cows to sell, to support me, so my education ended at masters.
    To not confuse future readers, it may be wise to edit out "doctor".
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    With this new information
    Agatston score zero
    I would think that you could worry less about your Dx: Hypertension.
    Newer the less it would be a good idea to figure out the root cause.
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    You posted:
    My blood pressure went from 135 systolic over 83 diastolic to 155 systolic over 103 diastolic.
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    Wonder If I could interest you in discussing practical details and understanding the idea of under-drinking as promoted by dr. Boros (but not necessarily by @Jack Kruse )?
    That may be done on a separate thread that I would open, not here.

    Since that approach is supposed to cure known or unknown deficiencies it may possibly also help you with high BP.
    And you are already checking most of the boxes as promoted by @Jack Kruse .
    And as a bonus, it is a low-cost method that can be practiced at any latitude.
    ..
     
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  12. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Dx: Hypertension
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    You said:
    Total Testosterone is typically greater than 1,500 with Estradiol less than 45.

    What is your PSA?
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    What does cialis do to blood pressure?
    Is it safe to take cialis with high blood pressure?
    Though its usually safe to take erectile dysfunction drugs (Viagra, Levitra, Cialis) with high blood pressure medication, don't take them with nitrates -- this can cause a life-threatening drop in blood pressure. ... In fact, some hypertension medicines may actually give a boost to a person's sex life.

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    Can Viagra reduce blood pressure?
    In 1989, British scientists tested sildenafil citrate as a medication to treat high blood pressure and angina. By the 1990s in early trials of the drug, researchers noticed an interesting side effect — an increase in erections. ... The drug may even reduce the size of a heart attack.Oct 19, 2014
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    Tamsulosin lowers blood pressure and may cause dizziness or fainting, especially when you first start taking it, or when you start taking it again. Call your doctor if you have severe dizziness or feel like you might pass out. ...

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  13. Master JanSz,
    My PSA was always been zero.
     
  14. Master JanSz,
    I seem to have good blood flow... Every morning my wife asks me, "Were you dreaming of me?" "Of course dear, always," I respond ;}
     
  15. I see Dr Boros has incorporated "Endovenous radiofrequency ablation for treatment of varicose veins" - Nice!
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4373988/
     
  16. Master JanSz,
    Additional available therapies for erectile dysfunction include - sound therapy - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3607492/
    What I would like to see is an expansion of this therapy, pointing the device at other locations. For example: we know that calcified plaque can occur not just within vascular vessels, but also in the kidneys and other organs. The question I would have is: What is the wave form frequencies and velocities (intensity of force) which show the most positive results and which are detrimental? I'm always on the look out for a therapeutic protocol.
     
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  17. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Interesting.
    Do you happen to have a link confirming that dr Boros uses this method?

    From your link I got authors:
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  18. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

  19. Just verifying - we are talking about https://vascularcentermi.com/physicians-staff/dr-boros/
    Boros is referenced in https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3377553/ (perhaps a different Dr. Boros MJ)?

    PUBLICATIONS
    Boros M, (Updated 2010). Reviewer: Chilaiditi’s syndrome. In: Rare Disease Database. Copyright 2010, National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD). Available at http://www.rarediseases.org

    Boros MJ, O’Brien SP, Collins JT, McLaren J. High Ligation of the Saphenofemoral Junction in Endovenous Obliteration of Varicose Veins. Vasc Endovascular Surg. 2008 Jun-Jul; 42(3):235-8.

    Boros MJ, Wysong ST. Syndromes After Resection of a Cervical Schwannoma. Ear Nose Throat J. 2011 Sep;90(9):431-3. Collins JT, Boros MJ, Combs K. Ultrasound Surveillance of Endovascular Aneurysm Repair: A Safe Modality versus Computed Tomography. Ann Vasc Surg. 2007 Nov-Dec; 21(6):671-5.

    Saber AA, Boros MJ. Chilaiditi's syndrome: What should every surgeon know? Am Surg 2005 Mar; 71(3):261-3.

    Boros MJ. Emergency medical services in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2003 Oct-Dec;7(4):477-81.

    Saber AA, Boros MJ, Jackson O, McLeod M K. Minimally Invasive Approach for Management of Small Bowel Perforation from Toothpick Ingestion. Surgical Endoscopy. 2006 Apr; 20:S327. (Abstract)
     
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  20. Wrong guy. Google Laszlo boros ucla
     
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