Renal Artery Stenosis Reversal in a Hypertensive Individual, Using a Combination of EDTA Chelation and Multiple Vitamin and Trace Mineral Therapy

 A 70 year-old white male patient presented with a history of severe hypertension and left renal artery stenosis.  Doppler duplex scanning revealed a peak systolic velocity blood flow in excess of 200 cm/sec in the renal artery.  The renal artery to aorta flow velocity ratio was greater than 3.5.  The patient was treated with a combination  of intravenous chelation  therapy using a series of 3 gram infusions of ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA), together with orally administered multivitamin and trace minerals.  After treatment, the patient's blood pressure was reduced, requiring less medication.  Blood flow in the left renal artery and the renal artery/aorta flow ratio were within normal limits.

C.J. Rudolph, D.O., Ph.D., F.A.C.A.M.,  and E.W. McDonagh, D.O., A.C.G.P., F.A.C.A.M.

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