Plaquex Infusion

Plaquex Infusion

The most outstanding element in the magical formula of Plaquex is the presence of the phospholipid called polyunsaturated phosphatidylcholine (PC). PC is an important component of cell membranes in our body. It is also an important part of pulmonary surfactant and plays a significant role in the passage of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol to and from the cells in the blood. PC is also an important catalyst, acting as receptors for certain hormones, neurotransmitters, etc.

PC that breaks down

But aging takes a toll on PC, and the ravages of time render PC ineffective. As a matter of fact, the body finds it difficult to produce more PC to rectify cell damages. There are numerous factors that contribute to the impairment of PC over time. Free radicals, toxins, heavy metal poisoning, etc. impair PC as we age. Chronic conditions like hypertension, chronic stress, high blood pressure, etc. also damage this lecithin. Add to this, bad habits like smoking are detrimental to PC and impair it gradually over time.

When PC is not present in your body, you are running the risk of several deadly diseases. The absence of PC might result in the build-up of plaque deposits in blood vessels triggering the risk of heart attacks. PC is blessed with anti-oxidant properties, and without the proper amount of PC in the body, you are at moderate risk of damaging your liver and kidneys.

Need and Functions of Plaquex Infusion

Thus, plaquex infusion is an absolute necessity for cells that have been compromised. Some of its functions are –

  • Plaquex therapy inhibits plaque formation and restores the functionality of the cell membrane.
  • It is important in preventing strokes as it helps blood circulation and blood flow.
  • Plaquex therapy also regulates your cholesterol level and keeps you healthy.

Plaquex is administered intravenously while constantly monitoring your haematological and serum biochemical parameters through previously obtained blood samples. Plaquex infusion takes roughly about one and a half hours.You will need to take around 40 infusions of Plaquex IV therapy throughout the course. However, for patients with serious underlying conditions, it needs to be administered for more number of times.

Patients are advised to see their doctors post-operation and go through a maintenance therapy session of 10-12 treatments over the next 12 months. Sometimes, plaquex infusion is alternated with chelation therapies.

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