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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Peter Melamed, LAc, RN, Ph.D.MD. (USSR) is a practitioner of Biotherapy Alternative Medicine Clinic of San Francisco.

For more information about COVID-19, please read this article

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Description of video #1. What you can do to avoid coronavirus pneumonia.

We want to fill the gap between the time when a person became infected and the time when his/her condition worsened, and the individual was hospitalized. It takes 6-9 days. You must act now! Why are people getting profoundly ill? Knowing that helps you to understand what you have to do.

Description of video #2. What you can do to avoid coronavirus pneumonia.

It takes 6-9 days when a person became infected and the time when his/her condition worsened. You must act now! It is vital to keep airways wet and open.

Description of video #3. What you can do to avoid coronavirus pneumonia.

From getting the coronavirus infection, and until worsening that brings you to the hospital, there are just 6-9 days. You must act now! Many people don’t have or have very mild symptoms of coronavirus infection. Their immunity is strong. Nutritional supplementation has the evidence-based, scientific research, and historical practices of using them to fight off various viral diseases. They are safe and worth trying.

Description of video #4. What you can do to avoid coronavirus pneumonia.

Not too many Americans know that acupuncture, cupping, massage play a very beneficial role in the treatment of colds, flu, and various lung disorders, including pneumonia. These non-drug methods can boost immunity and improve the lung microcirculation.

Description of video #5. What you can do to avoid coronavirus pneumonia.

Nowadays, some doctors from the ICU are looking for the way how to improve oxygenation without putting persons to ventilators. They suggest that physicians should consider the lowest possible positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) practicing. Positive pressure during exhale supposed to make more alveoli open. It is vital. For that purpose, Peter Melamed, Ph.D., has used a simple home-made device in case of many respiratory disorders for 40 years.

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