Frequently Asked Questions

PlaqX Forte Infusion

Q: Can I mix PlaqX Forte with the chelation solution?
A: No, absolutely not. Because chelation is a sodium chloride solution and PlaqX Forte therapy can only
be mixed with dextrose 5 % or glucose 5% and NOTHING ELSE.

 

Q: Can I mix PlaqX Forte solution into saline solution, eg. in a diabetic patient?
A: No, PlaqX Forte solution can't be mixed in saline solution. Only use Glucose or Dextrose 5 %, even in
a diabetic patient.

 

Q: What is the maximum dose?

A: Adults up to 65 kg (144 lbs): 40 cc, Adults heavier than 65 kg (144 lbs): 50 cc. Asian patients usually
can't be dosed higher than 40 cc, as they tend to react with extreme fatigue.

 

Q: What side effects can PlaqX Forte have?

A: Diarrhoea in severely atherosclerotic patients, or in patients receiving daily treatments or patients who
have no gall bladder; elevation of HDL, LDL in the beginning, which will normalize with continuing
treatment; fatigue, thrombophlebitis at the infusion site which can be avoided by observing the following
rules of application:

How to avoid thrombophlebitis:

  1. Use 500 cc Dextrose or Glucose 5% instead of 250 cc
  2. Use Becton & Dickinson or Braun teflon catheters and absolutely not TERUMO catheters as experience has shown that they cause thrombophlebitis. You can also use a butterfly.
  3. Keep the time of infusion at 90 minutes minimum

 

Q: How should I store PlaqX Forte?

A: In the refrigerator, NOT IN THE FREEZER.

 

Q: Can I alternate PlaqX Forte and Chelation treatments?

A: Yes, we recommend a ration of 2 PlaqX Forte therapy to 1 Chelation unless the patient has a severe
heavy metal load in which the treatment regimen should be 1 to 1.

 

Q: Why does PlaqX Forte solution have to be given intravenously (i.v.)?

A: PlaqX Forte gelcaps is not enough to treat atherosclerosis. The intravenous application of PlaqX Forte formula results in plasma levels of 100%, whereas, 90% of oral administration PlaqX Forte Gelcaps enters the enterohepatic pathway during the first by-pass, resulting in plasma levels of only 5 – 10%.

 

Q: What are the indications for PlaqX Forte?

A: Atherosclerosis (angina pectoris, peripheral vascular disease, stroke, carotid obstruction etc.); liver disease; kidney disease; new findings suggest Alzheimer's, Macular Degeneration. It is important to understand that PlaqX Forte among other things replaces damaged phospholipids in cell membranes so the cells return to normal health and function. This is especially important in patients over 50 years of age, as the body's own phospholipid synthesis declines with increasing age thus rendering the body unable to repair the constant damage to cell membranes.

 

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by US FDA. Please seek medical advice from your doctor or a qualified health provider should you have any questions regarding a medical condition or a medical treatment.