Breaking Barriers in Heart Care
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Everyone knows smoking is bad for health. It causes heart disease, peripheral arterial disease (PAD), Alzheimer’s etc. Researchers have discovered high levels of lead and cadmium in blood of those with artery damage. Those with the highest blood levels were three times more likely to develop PAD. Arterial disease can be was associated with lead concentrations only 13% higher than those without PAD. Lead enters our body every time we sip coffee from a ceramic mug or smudges our fingers with lead containing newspaper ink.
The good news is that toxic metals can be removed with chelation therapy. Medical practitioners have treated heart attack causing atherosclerosis with chelation therapy for over 50 years. Based on this concept the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT) was conducted. Intravenous EDTA based chelation given to 1708 patients proved safe and reduced overall cardiovascular events by 18% and diabetes mellitus had 41% reduction in need for treatment.
Dr. Sibia, Director of Sibia Medical Centre, Ludhiana introduced chelation in India and hence is fondly called Father of Chelation Therapy in India. He said “TACT study validates what we are doing. Worldwide millions of patients with poor circulation have chosen Chelation treatment. Chelation is safe and we have treated about 3000 patients. As we provide ACAM (USA) protocol international treatments at Indian cost our popularity among overseas patients is high and patients from over 30 countries have availed various. Chelation therapy at Sibia Medical Centre. Chelation Therapy can be life saving for patients who are unfit for surgery, with failed bypass or stent and those wanting to avoid surgery. An educational website www.chelation.in provides more details of this treatment.”