Treatment with the cgz combined protocol
Diseases to be treated with the cgz combined protocol:
- MRSA - Staphylococcus Aureus Resistant to Methicillin
10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.
8 drops of activated MMS are used in a glass and placed immediately in the affected area so that the gas acts, keep the glass 3 minutes maximum and repeat every hour if relief is noticed.
Apply the 2 specific viral programs of Zapper, Epstein Barr, Cytomegalovirus.
Tips on the CGZ combined protocol
This type of infection is caused by antibiotic-resistant staphylococcus bacteria.
Definition of diseases treated with cgz combined protocol
MRSA - Staphylococcus Aureus Resistant to Methicillin
MRSA is a strain of the bacterium (Staphylococcus aureus) living on the skin near the mucous membranes, nose, mouth, genitals and anus, if a wound or infection occurs on the skin, the bacteria is activated, as it is resistant to many antibiotics should be treated with other medications.
MRSA causes rashes, abscesses, boils in the infected area, respiratory tract, urinary, in healthy people is not dangerous, but in patients with deep wounds or weakened autoimmune system can be a serious infection.
Infections aggravated by MRSA
- Mastitis painful abscesses in the breasts
- Endocarditis fever and shortness of breath
- Osteomyelitis fever and bone pain with inflammation of the skin
- Pneumonia high fever, cough with mucus with traces of blood and high fever
- Infection in the bloodstream causes high fever and low blood pressure
MRSA infection is easier in hospitals, schools, child care centers, military barracks or long-term rehabilitation centers, it is transmitted by the contact of dirty hands that can spread the infection, by drops when talking, coughing or sneezing but you have to be in close contact between the source and the recipient.
To detect a MRSA infection you have to control the formation of a lump in the skin that swells, there is pus, heat is noticeable and is painful to the touch, it is similar to an infected bite or boil, check if it produces fever or discomfort.
How to prevent the spread of MRSA:
- Maintain hygiene in wounds.
- Wash your hands regularly.
- Wear gloves or protective equipment.
- Wash clothes if you have been in contact with someone infected.
- Avoid sharing personal effects or work clothes, towels with others.
Treatment is usually based on antibiotics prescribed by the doctor, in severe cases hospitalization is required.