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Rheumatism treated with deniplant

About rheumatism

Rheumatism In the WHO classification of diseases (ICD-10-GM, 2005), between 200 and 400 forms of rheumatic disease are considered, caused by different causes and having varied prognosis. For this reason, difficulties are encountered in the treatment of these diseases.
Rheumatism is a chronic, infectious or allergic disease. It is accompanied by pain in the locomotor system (joints).
The chronic forms present themselves as painful inflammations that lead to joint deformations and reduced mobility up to the blocking of the joints.
There is a main group that includes the following forms:
forms of inflammatory rheumatism (autoimmune diseases):
joint rheumatism (chronic polyarthritis)
vertebral spondylosis
arthritis with psoriasis
-juvenile idiopathic arthritis
collagenosis: polymyositis,
CREST syndrome
Wegener’s granulomatosis
degenerative forms
rheumatism of the soft parts (muscles, tendons) fibromyalgia polymyalgia polymyositis


   Causes Rheumatic diseases are conditions that are characterized by pain, inflammation, swelling at the muscle and joint level.
In general, most forms of rheumatism are due to deficiencies of the immune system, when the body’s defense mechanisms attack its own tissues. (in rheumatoid arthritis, the tissues of the joints are attacked)
The main cause of rheumatism is the presence of toxic products in the blood.
Excessive consumption of meat, white bread, sugar and floury cereal leaves a large toxic residue in the blood vessels.
When vitality is degraded, toxic residues are concentrated around the joints or bone structure, where the bases of rheumatism are formed.
In some cases, dental infection, tonsillitis or cholecystitis can cause rheumatism. In general, people suffering from rheumatism should avoid cold water, cold and humidity


 Prevention of rheumatism Treatment primarily involves preventing attacks (using appropriate clothing, gloves, socks), stopping smoking, controlling stress, avoiding sudden changes in temperature and avoiding precipitating medications (including cold medications with pseudoephedrine). Also, people affected by rheumatism must consume ripe fruits, fresh vegetables and milk in abundance, and must avoid all types of meat, white bread, sugar and floury cereals, tea, coffee, alcohol, sauces, spices and marinated products.


      Analyzes Laboratory tests show the presence of an inflammatory process – ESR, C-reactive protein, Fibrinogen have increased values and although they are non-specific analyzes (they can increase in many other diseases), they are useful in monitoring the response to treatment. For diagnosis, laboratory proof of streptococcal infection is mandatory, especially in those who have no history of recent streptococcal infection.
The pharyngeal exudate must be performed on all patients with suspected emumatism. A negative or positive pharyngeal exudate does not exclude or establish with certainty the diagnosis of RAA. The anti-streptococcal antibodies are: anti-Streptolysin O – ASLO antibodies (the most frequently used), anti-deoxyribonuclease B – anti-DNase B, anti-streptokinase, anti-hyaluronidase. The ASLO titer of 240 units or more, in an adult, is considered only slightly elevated. A titer of over 500 units or a significant increase in dynamics (after a few weeks) of the ASLO value can be strong evidence for recent streptococcal infection. It is only relevant up to 18 years of age.
The electrocardiogram is mandatory for the investigation of the patient suspected of RAA. Prolongation of the PR interval is a minor diagnostic criterion of the disease. For the diagnosis of valvular damage, cardiac ultrasound is more sensitive than the clinical examination performed by a doctor, in addition, it provides data related to pericardial and myocardial damage.
Diagnosis of acute articular rheumatism
The diagnosis of RAA is based on the modified Jones criteria. The positive diagnosis requires the presence of 2 major criteria or one major and two minor criteria, plus proof of recent streptococcal infection through positive pharyngeal cultures or high or rising titre of antistreptococcal antibodies. Biochemical analyzes – analysis of blood proteins (total proteins, proteinogram, liver samples, fibrinogen)  

Allopathic treatment

Allopathic treatment
Treatments for rheumatic diseases include drugs to relieve symptoms and control the progression of the disease
In the acute phase, drugs with antiphlogistic action (anti-inflammatory), analgesics, corticoids, preparations based on cortisone are used.
In chronic rheumatoid forms caused by autoimmune diseases, the following are used:
opioid pain relievers such as tramadol
nonsteroidal antirheumatic drugs, diclofenac
steroidal antirheumatic drugs, prednisolone
For long-term treatments, the basic medication is used (DMARD = disease modifying antirheumatic drugs):
-azathioprine (example: Imuran),
-chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine,
-cyclosporin A,
-monoclonal antibodies against TNF-alpha infliximab or preparations with gold salts.

Natural treatment

The proposed naturopathic treatment can be followed in parallel with the allopathic medication established by the attending physician.
Antirheumatic tea 30 daily doses
Artropol 30 doses
Local rub with capsaicin tincture
Local rub with piperine tincture
Applications green cabbage leaves
Kaolin applications with algae
Electrostimulation relaxation program 30 minutes/day
Ultrasound 30 minutes/daily 9. Salt baths; Hot baths with salt water are also beneficial. In the case of chronic rheumatism, they should be done twice a week for 3 months and then once a week. The affected parts should be bathed twice a day in hot water with salt, and then the area should be massaged with olive oil.
Swimming and recovery at the pool
Balanced diet
Stress reduction
Rest Depending on the results obtained, it will be determined when the treatment can be repeated.