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Using Bi-Digital O-Ring Test (bdort) For Diagnosis and Establishing Personalised Protocols For Treatment Patients of Covid-19 Infection, From Sars-Cov-2

The SARS-CoV-2 infection, called COVID-19, appeared, for the first time, in the Chinese town of Wuhan, at the end of the year 2019. The virus immediately showed a high level of infectivity, corroborated by a global mortality rate which, in the peak maximum phase, reached 7.1%. This virus can affect different organs by binding with hACE2 receptors. This global pandemic has become a challenge for all medical practitioners, both clinicians and researchers for diagnosis as for treatment, especially discovered many mutations of virus. Conventional treatment modalities were changing according to our knowledge on virus, last months, included different antiviral drugs, antibiotics, antiparasitic, antimalarial drugs and many supplements as Vitamin D, Vitamin C, selenium, zinc, medical fungus etc. The main goal was prevention and epidemic measures as a social distance, wearing the masks etc. Personalised Medicine is the best approach in diagnosis and treatment of patients. BDORT as a part of Integrative Medicine is a very important tool to provide personalized approach to patients. At the beginning of pandemic, the challenge was to establish technic for early and precise detection of present in the certain different mutation of virus in the certain part of the body. Next step was to test optimal and synergistic doses of different drug and supplements for each patient. We could detect presence of virus many days before appear symptoms and to prevent severe stage of illness.

Momir Dunjic
Ob/Gyn & Integrative Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Pristina, Faculty of Pharmacy, Novi Sad, Faculty of Health Science, AMEU-ECM Maribor, President of Serbian Association of Integrative Medic

Marija Dunjic
Military Medical Academy

Stefano Turini
Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry and Microbiology, School of Physiotherapy, AMEU-ECM Maribor, Koper, Slovenia Project Manager and Main Researcher of UNIQUE TREATMENTS-Belgrade and BDORT Center for Functional Supplementation and Integrative Procedures

Miodrag Stanisic
Clinic of Surgery, University Clinical Center Pristina-Gracanica

Bojan Rajevic
BDORT Center for Functional Supplementation and Integrative Procedures

Katarina Dunjic
PhD Student, School of Medicine, University of Belgrade


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