Category Archives: Contrast Agents

In the case of a brain CT, conventional medicine uses a contrast agent as standard, so that the edema of the healing phase can be more easily recognized in the brain relay. If this is the case, the diagnosis is a brain tumor. To spare the patient this nonsensical diagnosis (nerve cells neither multiply nor shrink), Germanische Heilkunde advises against it. Edema can be easily detected even without a contrast agent. The contrast agent is also not without danger. There is an anaphylactic shock, from which many patients have already died. The best way you declare that you are allergic to the contrast agent.

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