Mykoplazmy w kleszczach; leczenie

Mykoplazmy w kleszczach; leczenie

Postprzez Krętka » Sob Paź 10, 2009 10:13 pm

Eva Sapi wykryla, ze kleszcze sa w ogromnym procencie (84%) zakazone
mykoplazma i byc moze wlasnie ten patogen jest odpowiedzialny za przynajmniej
czesc przypadkow tzw trudnej do leczenia 'boreliozy'

What If It's Not Lyme Disease? - Groundbreaking Research May Provide Answers
To Why Many Chronic Sufferers Don't Respond To Treatment

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/73982.php
13 Jun 2007

It is common knowledge that Lyme disease can be difficult to diagnose and
treat, but, according to Eva Sapi, Ph.D., assistant professor of cellular and
molecular biology at the University of New Haven-and unbeknownst to the public
and even many physicians-the deer ticks so notorious for carrying Lyme disease
may often carry other crippling bacteria.

Sapi, an assistant professor of biology and environmental science at the
University of New Haven, and several graduate students recently presented
research demonstrating that over 84 percent of the ticks they tested were
infected by Mycoplasma pathogens, bacteria which can wreak havoc reminiscent
of the Borrelia bacterium responsible for Lyme disease. "Doctors are starting
to realize that some of the patients who exhibit symptoms of Lyme disease but
don't respond to treatment may be infected with a Mycoplasma pathogen," Sapi
says. "We now have evidence of the presence of human pathogenic Mycoplasma
species in deer ticks."

Sapi presented the research, "Recent Discoveries of Novel Pathogens in Ixodes
Ticks in Southern Connecticut," during the national Lyme disease conference at
UNH in May, and will submit it for publishing later this month. She notes that
other studies have shown that some patients not responding to treatment for
Lyme disease have responded to treatment for Mycoplasma. Determined to find
the "missing link," Sapi and her cohorts tested 150 deer ticks for Mycoplasm
bacteria, with over 84 percent of the ticks exhibiting infection with a single
Mycoplasma pathogen. Co-infection rates were also very significant, at 27
percent, and three percent of the ticks were infected with all three
Mycoplasma pathogens.

"More comprehensive studies on the transmission of Mycoplasma from ticks to
humans need to be carried out to prove whether they are, in fact, transmitted
from the ticks to humans," Says Sapi. "But, in the meantime, more doctors
should consider testing suspected Lyme disease patients who are not responding
well to treatment for Mycoplasma."

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Re: Mykoplazmy w kleszczach; leczenie

Postprzez Krętka » Nie Paź 11, 2009 12:29 pm

Re: Mykoplazmy w duzych ilosciach w kleszczach
tosho 18.09.08, 01:26
Susceptibilities of Mycoplasma hominis to herbs.
Che YM, Mao SH, Jiao WL, Fu ZY.

Department of Dermatology, Peking Union Medical College Hospital Peking Union
Medical College and Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Beijing, China.

To determine the susceptibilities of Mycoplasma homonis (M. hominis) to Chinese
medicinal herbs in vitro, 30 clinical strains of M. hominis were isolated and
identified from the clinical specimen. The susceptibilities of M. hominis to 19
herbs were determined by serial dilution methods in vitro. The results showed
that M. hominis was susceptible to Radix Isatidis, Radix Angelicae Dahuricae,
Cortex Phellodendri, Radix et Rhizoma Rhei, Fructus Kochiae and Herba
Houttuyniae. These findings laid a foundation in treating M. hominis infection
with Chinese herbs.
PMID: 15974478 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Praca ukazująca, które zioła w badaniach in vitro działały na Mykoplazmę hominis:
Radix Isatidis, Radix Angelicae Dahuricae, Cortex Phellodendri, Radix et Rhizoma
Rhei, Fructus Kochiae and Herba Houttuyniae.

Co ciekawe - ostatnie zioło czyli Houttuynia - jest obecnie polecane też na
Bartonellę.
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