10.First aid and Injuries

10.   FIRST AID AND INJURIES â€“ old & new injuries, emergencies, pre- and post-surgery, shock/trauma

 10.a.  Heart Emergency 11220…India

 The practitioner’s uncle aged 61, a diabetic and heart patient, suddenly had a seizure at midnight on 31 March 2013 and was slipping in and out of consciousness. He was immediately given CC3.1 Heart emergencies in water and in 2 minutes of taking the combo, he was able to get up and sit in the bed. The combo continued to be given every 5 minutes even during his travel by car to a nearby hospital after he took a few doses. By the time they arrived, he felt perfectly normal. He was admitted for heart ailment, hypertension and possible stroke. The family was told the seizure had been caused by high BP and high blood sugar. The practitioner pointed out that there had been other times when this patient benefited from this combo.

This is confirmation to all of us that this combo should be kept by family member of a patient with serious heart condition, particularly if he is diabetic. It will then be readily available for use in a similar emergency.

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