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A
Abbreviations (medical)
ACE test
acronyms
Acute Infection (antibiotics)
Alarms
Alkaline
Allergy
ANA (antinuclear antibodies) tests
Anemia
Anesthetics
Angioedema
Antibiotic resistance
Antibiotic Therapy Management
Antibiotic use for acute infection, surgery or dental procedures
Anticoagulants
Antidepressants
Anxiety
Artificial light
Artificial sweeteners
Aspartame
Assessing Therapeutic Effect
Assistive devices
Atrial fibrillation
B
B12
Babesia
Back pain
Bacterial Etiology Theory of Chronic Inflammation
Bactrim
Bartonella
Benicar
Benicar Dosing to Prevent Organ Damage During Therapy
Benzodiazapines
Biopsy instructions
Birth control pills
Bladder and Prostate Symptoms
Blood Pressure
B/P monitors
Blood sugar monitors
Blood transfusions
Body Temperature
Bolle sunglasses
Bone density test
Borreliosis
Bowel Symptoms
Bradycardia
Break from inflammation therapy
Brain fog
Breathing Techniques
C
CAD (coronary artery disease)
Calcium and Osteoporosis
Cancer
Candidiasis
Carbohydrates
Cardiac Inflammation - Anticipating, Identifying and Treating
Cardiac Symptom Management
Car windows
CAT or CT scan
CBC (complete blood count)
C. difficile
Cell Wall Deficient Bacteria Research
Chart for Minocycline & Clindamycin
Chart for Minocycline & Zithromax
Chart for Minocycline, Zithromax & Clindamycin
Chart for symptoms (2-pages)
Checklist to assess symptoms
Chelation
Chest pain
Chest physical therapy
Childcare
CHF (congestive heart failure)
Children
Chlamydia
Cholesterol and Triglycerides
Clindamycin
Clinical Studies and Inflammation Therapy
Clothing
CMP (comprehensive metabolic panel)
Co-infections
Cold symptoms
Cold feet/hands
Communicability of Th1 Bacteria
Complete blood count (CBC)
Confusion
Congestive heart failure (CHF)
Constipation
Coronary artery disease (CAD)
Corticosteroids
Cortisol
Cost of Inflammation Therapy
Cough
Cox-2 inhibitors
Cystitis
D
Dehydration
Demeclocycline
Dental Symptoms & Procedures
Depression
Detoxification
DHEA
Diagnostic Tests and Procedures
Diarrhea
Diary of Therapy (2 pages)
Diet for Weight Loss
Dietary Recommendations
Diovan
Diseases Believed to be Caused by Th1/Th17 Inflammation
Diuretics
Dizziness
Doctor Search Suggestions
Dose Record-Minocycline & Clindamycin
Dose Record-Minocycline & Zithromax
Dose Record-Minocycline, Zithromax & Clindamycin
D-Metabolites Tests
D-Metabolites Test Results Conversion Calculator
Dry eyes
Dry skin
Dyspnea
E
Ear Symptoms
Eczema
Edema
Efficacy and Expectations of Inflammation Therapy
Electrolytes
Elevator speech
Emergency situation
Emotional Support
Entertainment ideas for low light
Epinephrine (Epi-pen)
Exercise
Explaining I.T. to others (Elevator Speech)
Eye Symptoms
Eye exams
F
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Fainting
Fatigue and Insomnia
Fats
FDA Status of Inflammation Therapy Medications
Fever
Fiber
Fibrosis
Fingernails
Fitness
Flagyl
Flank Pain
Floaters-eye
Flu
Flu shot
Flushing
Folic acid
Food allergies
Food choices simplified
Food Facts
Food to Avoid
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
G
Gaining weight
Gallbladder Symptoms
Getting Started
Globulins
Gout
Granulomas
Guaifenesin
H
H1N1 (swine flu) vaccine
Hair and Nail Symptoms
Healing Process
Hearing loss
Heartbeat in ears
Heart symptoms
Heavy Metals
Helpful Devices
Herpes
Herx Emergency Checklist
Herxheimer Reaction
Herxheimer Symptom Management
High blood pressure
High 25-D
Holiday Stress Coping Ideas
Hormone Diagram
Hormones
Hospitalization
Hot bath
H. pylori
Hyperkalemia
Hypertension
Hyperthyroidism
Hypokalemia
Hypotension
Hypothyroidism
I
Immune System
Immunoglobulins
Importance of Antibiotics during Inflammation Therapy
Infection
Inflammation Therapies
Inflammation therapy -Elevator Speech
Inflammation Therapy Overview
Inflammation Therapy - simple introduction
Infrared light
Injections
Inhalers
Insomnia
Insurance Coverage for Inflammation Therapy
Intracellular Bacteria
Intracellular Bacterial Disease Process
Introduction to IT
Irritability
Iron
Itching
J
Journal of symptoms (2 pages)
K
Ketoconazole
Kidney Function
L
L-form bacteria
Labs for testing D-metabolites
Lab tests
Length of treatment
Lightheadedness
Light Sensitivity
Lipids
Liver and Gallbladder Symptoms
Local anesthetic
Log for Minocycline & Clindamycin
Log for Minocycline & Zithromax
Log for Minocycline, Zithromax & Clindamycin
Log for symptoms (2-pages)
Low Carb Eating Plan for Weight Loss
Losing weight
Low blood pressure
Lymph Nodes
Lux meter
Lyrica
M
Macular degeneration
Magnesium
Massage
Medication minders
Medication Record-Minocycline & Clindamycin
Medication Record-Minocycline & Zithromax
Medication Record-Minocycline, Zithromax & Clindamycin
Medications
Mediplanners
Memory loss
Metals
Migraine Headaches
Migraine-ocular
Minerals
Minocycline
Mobility limited
Mouth symptoms
MRI (magnetic resonance imaging)
MSG (monosodium glutamate)
Mycobacteria
N
Nail symptoms
Narcotics
Natural light
Nausea
Nebulizers
Nerve damage
Neurological Symptoms
Night sweats
NoIR sunglasses
Nosebleed (epistaxis)
NSAIDs
Numbness
O
Ocular migraine
Omega 3 fatty acids
Opioids
Organ damage
Organizations Supporting Inflammation Therapy
Osteopathic manipulation
Osteoporosis
Other Treatments for Chronic Illness
Overweight
Oximeter
Oxygen
Oxygen saturation
P
Pace of therapy
Pain Control
Palpitations
Parasite infection
Personal checklist
Photosensitivity
Physician's Guide to Inflammation Therapy
Pillboxes
Pneumothorax
Positive attitude
Potassium
Pregnancy
Pregnenolone
Probiotics
Prophylactic antibiotic use
Prostate symptoms
Psoriasis
Psychological Symptoms
Pulmonary function tests
Q
Quercetin
R
Range of motion exercises
Rash
Raynaud's phenomenon
Record-keeping for Minocycline & Clindamycin
Record-keeping for Minocycline & Zithromax
Record-keeping for Minocycline, Zithromax & Clindamycin
Record-keeping for symptoms (2-page chart)
Recovery and the Healing Process
Recreation
Rectal bleeding
Relenza
Restless legs
Respiratory Function
Respiratory Symptom Management
Rest
Rickets
Rickettsia
S
S.A.D. (Seasonal Affective Disorder)
Sarcoidosis Information
Sauna
Self Test
Seizures
Shingles
Shortness of breath (SOB)
Shoulder Pain
Simple Introduction to IT
Sinus congestion
Skin Symptoms
Sleep
Social isolation
Sodium
Sources of Benicar
Statistics about inflammation therapy
Stage 5
Staph infection
Starchy foods
Steroids
Stomach symptoms
Stopping Inflammation Therapy
Strep throat
Stroke
Sugar
Sunglasses
Sunlight
Sunscreens
Supplements and Other Treatments
Surgery
Swelling
Swine (H1N1) flu vaccine
Symptoms diary
Syncope
T
Tachycardia
Taking a break from Inflammation Therapy
Tamiflu
Tartrazine
Tattoos
T.B. tests
Teeth staining
Test Your Knowledge
Tests
Th1 inflammation
Therapeutic Probe
Therapy Diary (2 pages)
Three-antibiotic Combinations
Throat symptoms
Thrush
Thyroid Symptoms
Tinnitus
Toenail symptoms
Translation services
Travel
Triglycerides
TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone)
Two-antibiotic Combinations
Trazadone
U
Underweight
Upper G.I. Symptoms
Uric acid
Urinary tract infection (UTI)
Uveitis
V
Vaccines
Valium
Valsartan
Vasovagal syncope
Vertigo
Vitamin C
Vitamin D
Vitamin D-A New Perspective on Deficiency
Vitamin D Sources to Avoid
Vitamin D Tests
Vitamins and Minerals
Viral infections
W
Water
Weight
Weight Loss Plan
What's Inflammation Therapy? (Elevator Speech)
Window coverings
Work and Play during Inflammation Therapy
X
X-rays
Y
Yeast Infection
Z
Zinc
Zinc oxide sunscreen
Zithromax

Physicians' Reference Library index (also available to patients with a library subscription)

A
Angiotensin Receptor Blockers: Benefits Beyond Blood Pressure Lowering?
ARBs-applications beyond hypertension-studies [32] (9 new)
ARBs at high doses-studies [13]
ARBs- cardiac effect studies [23] (4 new)
ARBs- Studies Demonstrating Effect on Chronic Kidney Disease [29] (3 new
Atherosclerosis, CAD, Infection and Inflammation- articles and studies [20] (3 new)
B
Bacterial Etiology of Sarcoidosis-studies [30]
Bacterial Evidence for Chronic Idiopathic Diseases-studies [18] (2 new)
Benicar (olmesartan) studies [22] (12 new)
C
Clindamycin studies (new)
Clinical Record of IT - adaptable spreadsheet for recording patient's labs etc. by Dr Barry Rodgers D.O.
Consent to Treatment Form
Creatinine Elevation-Concerning or Reassuring?
Creatinine Elevation During Treatment of Chronic Inflammation-What to Do
CWD bacteria - studies [4] (new)
D
Dental Disease and Inflammation-studies and articles [5] (new)
D-Metabolites Test Results Conversion Calculator
E
Efficacy and Expectations of Inflammation Therapy (new)
F
FDA Status of Inflammation Therapy Medications (new)
H
How Bacteria Talk-Bonnie Bassler on video
I
Infectious agents in chronic inflammatory diseases [3] (1 new)
Inflammation Studies [3] (2 new)
Informed Consent for Inflammation Therapy
Identifying Patients Appropriate for Inflammation Therapy
L
Letter to Patient Explaining Inflammation Therapy
M
Mental Health and Inflammation-articles and studies [5]
Minocycline-studies [3] (new)
N
Newsletters from Chronic Illness Recovery:
O
Obesity and Inflammation-studies [7] (2 new)
Osteoporosis-studies [11] (new)
P
Patient Questionnaire to Assess Suspicion of Th1 Inflammation by John A. Walck M.D.
Physician's Guide to Inflammation Therapy
Potassium Elevation During Treatment of Chronic Inflammation-What to Do
2003 European Renal Association-European Dialysis and Transplant Association
S
Sarcoidosis Succumbs to Antibiotics Autoimmunity Review 2004
V
Vitamin D dysregulation and chronic disease
Vitamin D studies [20] (7 new)
Vitamin D Supplementation (1 new)
W
Women's health-vitamin D studies [3] (new)

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