COVID 19 Treatment Using Quantum Physics and Advanced Chemistry

**Utilization of Quantum Physics and Advanced Chemistry **
for Treatment of COVID-19 Infection

Mahmood Mirhoseini, MD FACS, Aria Manashery, BS, PhD Candidate, Paul Pearson, MD, FACS

INTRODUCTION: Most of the resources devoted to the COVID-19 pandemic have been used for prevention and development of a vaccine. There is currently no viable treatment to destroy the virus.

METHODS The treatment consists of three phases, based on severity of the disease:
1- Treatment for Early Stage disease: Oxygen with alcohol vapor for inhalation
2- Treatment for Mid-Stage disease: Intravenous solution of 5% alcohol and 5% dextrose;
Add heliox and oxygen to improve ventilation

3- Treatment for Advanced disease: Treatment # 2 plus addition of saline with the flow of
oxygen and methylene blue subjected to pulsating light to
create Atomic (singlet oxygen), which has 20 X more
penetration into lung tissues – with or without ventilator

A central vein catheter was inserted for delivery of a 5% glucose and 5% alcohol solution. A jar containing saline with the flow of O2 and methylene blue was subjected to intense pulsating light. The outflow was connected to the inflow of the ventilator and eventually to the endotracheal tube.

RESULTS: A critically ill 22 year old male was admitted to the ICU with diagnosis of COVID -19 infection. Prior to our intervention, he had steadily deteriorated and became more hypoxic in spite of standard critical care treatment, including use of the ventilator. The patient was comatose and had no urine output. His lungs on x-ray had appearance of ground glass and fluid in the left chest was noted. In spite of receiving 100% O2, his saturation was 70%.

Within 24 hours of initial treatment, the patient put out a liter of urine. After one week, he opened his eyes and recognized his mother. A few days later, a chest tube drained several hundred ccs of fluid. Analysis though electron microscopy showed no presence of viable virus.
We have treated a total of 15 patients in various stages of the infection. All have demonstrated improvement.

CONCLUSIONS: By using substances already approved by the FDA and applying principles of advanced chemistry and quantum physics, an effective treatment for critically ill COVID-19 patients is possible.

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