What is the leading Cause of Death in the World Today?
Sepsis is an Acidic Condition of the Interstitial Fluids of the Interstitium
Sepsis or systemic metabolic acidosis begins in the Interstitial Fluids of the Interstitium. Systemic acidosis which leads to Sepsis is the leading cause of death in the World today and is NOT caused by a so-called bacterial, fungal or viral infection.
Does Bacteria Cause Sepsis?
Bacteria, including Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus, including Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) are all symptoms of cellular transformation or breakdown of the body cells which then gives birth to these bacteria and are NOT the cause of Sepsis. These bacterias do NOT cause Sepsis but are nothing more than the symptoms of a highly acidic interstitial fluid environment of the Interstitium and then the blood plasma! A very, very important distinction!!!!!!
[The above micrograph is showing in #1 the biological transformation or birth of a rod bacterium, like anthrax, born out or a red blood cell . #2, #3 and #4 shows the biological transformation of the anthrax bacterium to a codocyte or targeted red blood cell giving birth to two cell wall deficient bacterium. Finally, #5 and #6 show the birth of a Y-form yeast, like candida albicans.]
This is especially important when the Physician is considering the use of highly acidic antibiotic treatments. You might kill some bacteria but in the end you run the risk of killing the patient, which happens in 40 percent of all Sepsis cases!
This is ALL preventable and treatable when you understand the true cause of Sepsis and you can quantify the chemistry of the blood, interstitial fluids and the intracellular fluids, including their pH, for comparison and to accurately determine compensated or decompensated acidosis.
Is There A Treatment for Sepsis?
Absolutely! Once the medical community understands the true cause of Sepsis they will then hopefully pursue treatments for their patients which will include alkalizing infusions of sodium and potassium bicarbonate. This approach of alkalizing will buffer the dietary, metabolic, respiratory and environmental acids that are causing the symptoms of Sepsis rather than the current treatment protocol of highly acidic antibiotics which just adds more toxins to an already dangerous acidic state to ALL body fluids.
Where Can I Go To Have My Interstitial Body Fluids Tested?
Currently, Universal Medical Imaging, in California (www.universalmedicalimagaing.com) is the only group that I know of that is testing the chemistry of the interstitial fluids and the blood plasma to determine the pH and other chemistry of these specific body fluids. These tests are all non-invasive and could be integrated into hospitals and clinics around the World NOW! The result would be better diagnostics and better treatments. In other words it would simply save lives and needless suffering and death!
Is There a Way to Prevent and/or Cure Sepsis?
My hope and prayer is this type of non-invasive biological testing and alkalizing treatment will happen sooner than later to put an end to the massive loss of life around the World, each and every day. (Over a million people are diagnosed with Sepsis in the USA alone and 40 percent of them die in our hospitals!)
I Want to Learn More!
To learn more about our published research on the interstitial fluids of the Interstitium, in the prevention, treatment and reversal of any sickness or disease go to:
Dr. Galina Migalko and I will also be presenting our research and findings on Sepsis and its prevention and cure at the 2nd International Annual Congress on Bacterial, Viral and Infectious Diseases, held in Dubai, UAE, on June 18th and 19th, 2019.
To request information on this Conference please email me at: email@example.com
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