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home:special:surgery [01.12.2019]
sallieq [Marshall Protocol medications and IV antibiotics]
home:special:surgery [01.12.2019]
sallieq [Marshall Protocol medications and IV antibiotics]
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 It is preferable to consult with hospital staff and negotiate use of compatible ABx if at all possible in order to improve surgical outcome. [[http://​anesthesiology.pubs.asahq.org/​Article.aspx?​articleid=2318959|Continuing Olmesartan reduces surgical risk]]  ​ It is preferable to consult with hospital staff and negotiate use of compatible ABx if at all possible in order to improve surgical outcome. [[http://​anesthesiology.pubs.asahq.org/​Article.aspx?​articleid=2318959|Continuing Olmesartan reduces surgical risk]]  ​
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 +So if a patient must take an antibiotic, Ceftin, Biaxin or fluoroquinolones are recommended,​ as they minimize the possibility of unstable immunopathology. Use of these does not preclude an MP patient from continuing with olmesartan. ​
  
 MP patients who do not discontinue MP medications before surgery should use their knowledge of what adjustment of MP medications works for them to dampen immune system reactions prior to, and during recovery from the procedure. MP patients who do not discontinue MP medications before surgery should use their knowledge of what adjustment of MP medications works for them to dampen immune system reactions prior to, and during recovery from the procedure.
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 MP patients undergoing surgery who need a general anesthetic or sedating medication via IV, should inform the anesthesiologist of the MP medications that they are taking. There are no known contraindications to continuing MP medications because of the need for general anesthesia or sedating medication. MP patients undergoing surgery who need a general anesthetic or sedating medication via IV, should inform the anesthesiologist of the MP medications that they are taking. There are no known contraindications to continuing MP medications because of the need for general anesthesia or sedating medication.
  
-[[http://​anesthesiology.pubs.asahq.org/​Article.aspx?​articleid=2318959|Continuing Olmesartan reduces surgical risk]] ​ 
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-So if a patient must take an antibiotic, Ceftin, Biaxin or fluoroquinolones are recommended,​ as they minimize the possibility of unstable immunopathology. Use of these does not preclude an MP patient from continuing with olmesartan. ​ 
  
  
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