CDS CDQ Combined Protocol

Treatment with the combined CDQ protocol

Diseases to be treated with the combined CDQ protocol:

  • burn

Protocol C

10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.


Protocol D

Apply to the affected area undiluted, 2 or 3 times a day, for 3 weeks.


Protocol Q

Soak a direct gauze of CDS and apply to the burn, repeat every 30 minutes the first hours, follow the protocol as often as necessary until the wound heals.



CDQ Combo Protocol Tips

Apply protocol C in case of severe burns that generate fever or infect the wound.

Definition of diseases treated with combined CDQ protocol


Skin injury due to contact with chemicals, electricity, establishment, friction, fire, touching something extremely cold or hot, contact or ingesting very hot liquids, solar overexposure, steam and gases.

Burns affect skin cells, according to degree they also affect tendons and muscle.

First Degree Burn

They are mild burns that leave no scar and affect the superficial layer of the epidermis causing swelling, feeling of heat and pain according to individual.

Second degree burn

It affects the epidermis and also the lower layer, the dermis. There is a blister with fluids, with intense pain and slower healing, part of the skin is lost and appendices, in some cases they can leave scars.

Third Degree Burn

It is a more severe degree of burn, can affect hair follicles, sweat or sebaceous glands and need grafts to restore the skin.

Fourth-degree burn

It affects all layers of the skin but also the nerves, muscles and even the bone part. A white or black ulcer appears with a dehydrated, charred or white appearance, it is usually very painful except in cases where the nerve termination has been affected.

This type of burns require grafts and special care in elderly people, children, pregnant women or patients at cardiovascular risk.

The treatment of the burn will depend on the degree, bandages, antibiotics, silver dressings are used, in the most serious ones it is about keeping the patient hydrated, controlling their blood pressure, treating the burn with surgery and avoiding infection.

Immediate action can prevent further damage, maintain serenity, keep the patient away from the causative agent, assess the extent of the burn and seek help if necessary.

Do not apply cold as the cooling of the burn can deepen the wound, vasoconstriction and other injuries, better to treat the burn with physiological saline water or a shower to soothe the pain.

You can use our CDS protocol finder to locate a disease and its treatment with Chlorine Dioxide CLO2.

C = Common diseases, old protocol 101.
D = Dermatitis.
Q = Burns.

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