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A clinical double–blind study was carried out with REVITORGAN preparation in 105 elderly patients at the Municipal Old People’s Home in Nuremberg.
Comparable results were obtained in a second clinically controlled double – blind study carried out I the Vienna Lainz Hospital. In particular, the results show improved cardiac performance. In a number of patients it was possible to discontinue the administration of cardiac glycosides, cf. “Treatment of cerebral disorders in the elderly” (Jansen & Bruckner, Neurol. Psychiat. 5 (197), 214-220) and “Aging and disease a macromolecular problem?” (Lachnit, Klausner, Proszowski & Rieder. Therapiewoche 30, (1980, 8023-8033).
CaseHistories :Dr.Gerhard Sch. received his first course of REVITORGAN therapy at age 61. He had a heart attack 16 years earlier. Since that time he had been taking digitalis and beta-blockers. Ten years ago: he suffered mild cerebral thrombosis, circulatory collapse, respiratory arrest and admitted to intensive care. He gave up work and only moderately recovered. He continued to suffer from hypotension, extrasystole and anginal pain. Also pain in the hip, from the groin to the knee; walking distance progressively reduced; difficulty climbing stairs (intermittent claudication excluded by differential diagnosis). No definite x-ray finding in hip or knee.
Therapy: REVITORGAN Dilution, Counter sensitization, REVITORGAN Dry substances 11 and 6. By the end of the course of therapy, the patient’s symptoms had practically disappeared. He no longer needed sleeping tablets. His overall condition, particularly the cardiac symptoms, were considerably improved. A second course of treatment was given two years later, this time with intra-articular injection of Dilution 43. these courses of therapy were so successful that the patient returned a year later for another, in order to “brush everything up a bit” , as he put it.
Hartmut R., a 29 year old mechanic, complained of occasional cardiac rhythm disorder and irregular pulse, particularly when resting. The problem did not occur under stress. A certain psychological element was unmistakable. Internal examination and ECG revealed no organic abnormality. Drug treatments so far had no affect. An internal specialist prescribed the caridoselective beta-blocker Tenormin 50. The patient also took lexotanil to help him sleep. These symptoms had persisted for 3 years and the intervals were becoming shorter. The patient also felt “funny in the chest” during the pulse arrhythmia. Liver values slightly raised.
Therapy REVITORGAN dilution, lingual and Dry substances, as well as counter sensitization. By the end of the course of therapy, the patient’s symptoms practically disappeared. He no longer needed sleeping tablets.
25 year old Erika sch. complained of cardiovascular symptoms experienced for 3 years, which occasionally made her collapse. This hypotonic dysregulation started at age 16, following a hypertensive phase. The first circulatory collapse had occurred 3 years previously, with loss of consciousness. Her GP prescribed Novadral, Bellergal, and finally Dihydergot. Just before coming to us, the patient had been in hospital because of nocturnal cardiac pain and tightness of the chest. She was discharged with continued prescription of Dihydergot with no further treatment. Hair on upper lip, and generally masculine hair growth. Slight goiter, small nodule on lower left lobe of thyroid hereditary connection. Deformity of left cornea since birth (visual acuity reduced by 10%) Therapy: REVITORGAN Dilutions, Lingual, Dry Substances, and Counter sensitization. Subconjunctival administration of Conjunctisan B. The patient’s condition is much improved since this treatment.
The condition of 68 year old Maria H. was as follows:
a. Pain around entire spinal column. Arthrosis of both knees, with venous insufficiency. Considerable pain walking. b. Insulin – dependent diabetes. c. Severe heart failure with anginal pain, rapid pulse and severe hypertention: vertigo. In addition, o\impaired function of one kidney, with occasional burning sensation on micturition. Hyperacidity, heartburn. Tendency to constipation; poor appetite. Therapy: REVITORGAN Dilutions, Lingual, Dry Substances, and Counter sensitization. The patient’s condition improved markedly.
An artial foramen was ascertained in 57 year old Erna K. Surgery was performed in Munich. She came to our practice because she had simply been “feeling unwell” and weak for weeks, stayed in bed a lot, lost her appetite, could neither eat nor drink. Vertigo. She had recently had an attack with shaking in her whole body. Admitted to hospital because her GP feared a heart attack. Hospital report: circulatory weakness, rhythm disorder. Discharged 4 days later. At the time of our examination: