The Effect of Intravenous Disodium Ethlenediaminetetraacetic Acid Upon Bone Density Levels

Sixty-one routine patients were studied in a general practice environment following approximately three months of routine therapy including EDTA treatment.  The evidence indicates that regardless of sex there was no decrease in bone density reading following EDTA therapy and in fact in those  patients who had some degree of osetoporosis there was a slight but startistically significant improvement in bone density readings.  These results seem to indicate that rather than a negative effect on bones EDTA therapy might in some cases be beneficial to bone growth.

E. W. McDonagh, C. J. Rudolph and D.G. Wussow, MSC


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