Last week, I heard from Dr. Rubén Lopez Hidalgo, a veterinarian in Puebla, Mexico who has been using NDV serum for years. He has found that it has helped in pre-neurologic cases of distemper, but he also reports that it had helped in neurologic cases. His recommendation is to give a dog in the neurologic stage 6 doses of serum — one every 12 hours — instead of the 3 given in non-neurologic cases.
Here are some of the links and information he sent me:
Videos de casos curados
From Dr. Hidaldgo:
THE NERVOUS DISTEMPER IS ALWAYS OF SEVERE LIFE PROGNOSIS:
The Distemper can be cured using the Actinmun and Actinmun NDV Serum simultaneously while it is within the first days of the disease and the patient receives an adequate symptomatic treatment. When the virus reaches the central nervous system, the disease goes to the stage of NERVOUS DISTEMPER which is always of SEVERE VITAL PROGNOSIS, that is, it becomes a very serious situation because the virus has achieved its final objective, the Central nervous system, this happens after the virus crosses several systems and organs causing injuries and clinical signs that sometimes, some veterinarians, confuse with infections or mild infestations.
Yes, the virus reaches the Central Nervous System (CNS), and there it is established by infecting the neurons causing demyelination, which means the loss of the myelin that surrounds and protects the nerve fibers (manifested as nervous Tics).
Neurons will be occupied by the virus to replicate itself (as if it were cloned using DNA and RNA from the nerve cell) and its presence in the neurons will stimulate the arrival of defense cells called CYTOTOXIC T LYMPHOCYTES whose function is to eliminate infected cells. microorganisms such as viruses or those cells that suffer alterations in their nature and that cease to be compatible with the cells considered HEALTHY (in this way the distemper becomes an autoimmune disease and therefore, the immunostimulants, Interferon and vitamin C are contraindicated in this stage).
Due to the above, a massive destruction is initiated that leads to serious damage of the CNS and that are considered in the literature as irreversible and progressive with serious vital prognosis, that is to say that in the majority of cases it leads to death or to a severe degree of disability (difficulty to incorporate, incoordination, paralysis, howling, etc.) unless the virus is eliminated.
The only way to cure these sick dogs is to eliminate these CNS viruses and end up with the stimulus for these killer cells at the same time.
The ACTINMUN NDV serum can eliminate these viruses at the cellular level in the dog’s organism, but once the virus is established in the CNS the possibilities decrease dramatically due to the same brain protection mechanisms (which now also protect the virus).
In some dogs ACTINMUN NDV does arrive and eliminates the CNS virus and in other cases the disease runs its course as if nothing had been applied.
Finally, although the chances of recovery in Nervous Distemper are few, they are real, and recovery is also possible (see our videos of patients recovered on YouTube in the name of Rubén López Hidalgo).
In this advanced stage of distemper (more than 9 days sick) the ACTINMUN NDV Serum is applied every 12 hours for 6 times subcutaneously in the inner part of the thigh and / or in the Cisterna Magna when we do not see results with the subcutaneous application or well in very advanced cases (see the manual).
RECOMMENDATIONS IN CASE OF DISTEMPER.
If the dog shows nervous signs, hard plantar bearings, and has been sick for more than 9 days, we should use the ACTINMUN NDV serum every 12 hours for 6 times. If the dog has been sick for less time and has other symptoms that are not of nervous origin, we can use Actinmun ndv (specific Antimorbillivirus serum against distemper) and also the Hyperimmune Serum ACTINMUN against parvovirus and distemper (antibodies).
RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE APPLICATION OF THE CISTERNA MAGNA.
The application in the Cisterna Magna can be done by a competent doctor or in the Hospital de Mascotas Hidalgo of Atlixco, Puebla, Mexico (make an appointment at (+52) 2444459888).
This is a high-risk procedure and is the last chance to rescue the dog from this terrible disease and some dog could die in the anesthesia or days later due to brain damage that exists caused by the virus and its effects and complications (once made the procedure, the patient must be accompanied by antibiotic application and symptomatic treatment for about 8 days and remain in a dark and quiet place).
Check the pages:
ACTINMUN AGAINST PARVOVIRUS AND DISTEMPER.
SHIPPING AREA: (+52) 2444460015, Technical Area (+52)2441105694,
TECHNICAL AREA: CEL (+52) 2441105694
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