Treat infections and co-infections and prevent them
Prevent contamination by pathogens
In nature there are often unrealized contacts with ticks, their larvae or nymph forms, or with other insects. The most frequently transmitted pathogens are the Borrelia. However, ticks and mosquitoes are also responsible for the transmission of a large number of zoonotic pathogens, such as anaplasms, Ehrlichia, Rickettsia, Bartonella, Chlamydia, Babesia and other pathogens. Researchers have now also discovered another, much more dangerous transmission path: sexual intercourse. Borrelia are related to the syphilis virus and can be regularly detected in the vaginal area of infected women.
All these infections are associated with multisymtoma disorders, which are frequently, and almost usually not recognized as the cause of the disease and are often dismissed as psychosomatic. Striking complaints are rapid fatigue to "burn out", depression, "jumping" joint pain, brainfog, concentration disturbances, imperative (immediate) urge to urinate, increased sweating - the symptom list is long. The medical examination of all symptoms and the medical experience leads to the disease. In the case of a depressive illness, the Bornavirus infection must also be thought of, which is probably transmitted from the horse to man, but also from person to person.
Fresh, acute bacterial infection diseases - provided they are recognized as such - can often be treated very well with antibiotics. Chronic diseases, on the other hand, present a major challenge both diagnostically and therapeutically. Chronic-active borreliosis usually requires long-term treatment with antibiotics. This can be done either by oral or by intravenous infusion. For infusion therapies, we provide our physicians with our therapy area.
Treat Co-infections successfully
eye, respiratory and genital areas.