Posted on Mar 4, 2020

NYC IV Therapy

IV Chelation

Chelation therapy is a therapy that treats a patient's disease by removing heavy metals from the body. In doing so, it is an electrochemical process that transfers ions from the cell body to the other parts of the body. This process is also called an electrochemical reaction, ischemia reperfusion, or electro-medicine. Also known as electro-chemo-therapy, it has been used for decades in a variety of medical treatments, including breast cancer treatment and in the management of atherosclerosis.

IV chelation therapy may be effective in treating individuals with serious illnesses or diseases that may have a heavy metal chelator in them. Heavy metals include mercury, lead, aluminum, barium, lead, and arsenic. The following are not heavy metals and should not be treated with ICD-9 chelation therapy: carbon, silicon, phosphorus, and iodine. Heavy metal removal is not the only type of treatment available, but ICD-9 heavy-metal removal can be beneficial for some patients.

The ICD-9 defines IV chelation therapy as the administration of chelating agents to remove heavy metals from the body. At first glance, this sounds like a standard form of treatment, and EDTA (ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid) and IV-Fluorouracil (monomethylguanidine) are probably the only agents that you will encounter.

To schedule an iv therapy appointment call (347) 752-5512.

NYC IV Therapy
2 W 46th St Ste 806
New York, NY 10036
(347) 752-5512
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