These include hyperalimentation, corticosteroids, H2-receptor antagonists, antibiotics, acid suppression, Cromolyn Sodium, anabolic steroids, surgery, and combinations of these therapies (7).
What does HAL stand for?
HAL stands for Hyperalimentation
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2) For over three-quarters of a century, the basic pillars of the Gerson Therapy have primarily been hyperalimentation, detoxification, and supplementation with vitamins, minerals, and enzymes to restore the immune system and rebuild the vital organ systems that have been damaged by poor lifestyle choices.
67 metabolic acidosis/alkalosis Intravenous hyperalimentation 5 (4.
IVN (Intravenous Hyperalimentation) Care Simulator: A teaching aid for explaining central venous catheterisation and the proper care of patients receiving Total Parental Nutrition (TPN) and Intravenous Hyperalimentation (IVH).
For that reason, when we can help the patient with hyperalimentation (feeding the deficient patient with the correct, living organic nutrients) as well as detoxification, it is perfectly possible to cure most of the so-called "incurable" diseases.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] New & Emerging Health Care Occupations in Michigan Anethesia Technician Biomedical Engineer Technician Caridiac Technician Cardiac Catheterization Technologist Cytogenetic Technologist Enterostomal Therapist Genetic Counselor Hyperalimentation Technician Interventional Radiological Technician Mammography Technologist Polysomnographic Technician Vascular Technician Source: Michigan Dept.
A clinical trial of hyperalimentation in children with metastatic malignancies.