Some unknown cure for canine distemper that scientist are afraid to try!

Canine Distemper as we know is a dreadful disease. Modern medicine through all its efforts fails 90%.
There has been some cure in the past. Veterinarian used to cure this disease with accuracy. As it is told the introduction of NSAIDS people now resort to giving temporary relief rather than curing it.
NSAIDs make this disease worse. In fact, we are going in wrong direction to find a cure for this disease this is why we are failing.

Why canine distemper was cured in the past and not now!

It all begins in 1947. S A Montgomery observed that certain dogs were the cure when given an injection of penicillin.

Later carrying forward Montgomer's observation Veterinary Dr. Sergio de la Torre of  Jorge A. Calle 224 – Ciudad Mendoza – 0261 4296132 developed a treatment protocol.
In his words

Canine distemper is a chronic viral disease caused by a pneumotropic virus of
high morbidity and high mortality if the patient is not properly treated. 

In past years, treatments were more effective (as described by Dr. Catalan 40 years
ago), but with the appearance of NSAIDs (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs) and other
drugs -such as corticoids, antihistamines, and antipyretics- the treatments diminished their
effectiveness and worsened the symptoms of this disease. It led unavoidably to a slow and
painful death occurred in the nervous phase of the disease- with meningitis, exhaustion, deep
depression and death.
Generally, it happens that the mutability of the virus is blamed, arguing that the virus has
turned more aggressive; but, in fact, with the appearance of NSAIDS, the clinical response of
this disease is deformed
- the immediate symptoms are relieved but the disease is definitely
worsened. In other words, it has an expected immediate response (temporary improvement)
and a mediated NEGATIVE response to the organism (gastritis, drop of the defenses, it opens
the blood-brain barrier, lowers the fever, etc.) All this is produced by NSAIDs.

Many times, in order to lessen the bearable pains and aches, we lead the patient to an
unbearable pain
: the nervous phase of distemper (meningitis) and, therefore, to a slow and
PAINFUL death.
Today, I can undoubtedly affirm: ‘If you want to kill a puppy, use aspirin”

How to treat canine distemper!

Based on immune stimulators (histamine releasers), antibiotics, calcium and vitamin B,
together with a balanced alimentation and preserving the patient from stressful situations (such
as exposure to intense cold or keeping him caged).
LA OXYTETRACYCLINE (Long acting oxytetracycline) , today we use K├Ânig’s “Kuramicina”: 1 cc each 30 kg, subcutaneously
in rib cage every 96 hrs.

We also use Terramycin/LA (EVERY 72 hrs)!

or classic terramycine every 48 HRS.

may vary according to the patient’s stage or the patient’s general state. If the patient is too
weak, the dose has to be reduced.
Calcium and vitamin B1 B6 B12 (FOR REMYELINATION)
If the patient has been previously medicated by its owners, it will be much more difficult
to improve it.

The ideal situation would be that the animal is brought to us showing symptoms
such as bilateral conjunctivitis,

the classical Kennel Cough (that may “invite” distemper if it is not
already a symptom of its first phase) or a viral gastroenteritis in most cases.
The disease lasts from 6 to 8 weeks. It starts with a bilateral conjunctivitis- it will be the
first sign to appear and the last to disappear.

It is necessary to explain that most viral diseases in puppies appear with a bilateral
conjunctivitis; but then, the following symptoms will determine if it is distemper, hepatitis, or a
viral gastroenteritis to parvo or corona. What matters is that, as the patient evolves, the
treatment hereby proposed-because of being immune stimulator- benefits the patient no
matter which viral disease he may be suffering.

LA Oxytetracycline works through antibiotic (very effective in this respect) and
histaminic (immune stimulator) pathways by forming a bubo or a granuloma that is reabsorbed
after some days (depending on the dose, the type of drug applied and the patient). During these
days, there is an extra release coming from the bubo and increasing histaminemia (very low in
some viral diseases).

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