COVID-19 & Immunology
Revitalisation in Long-COVID and Post-COVID syndrome
The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) found out that about 40% of COVID-19 patients which weren’t treatened in hospital as well as 10% recovered people from a mild COVID-19 illness without hospitalisation still report health complaints after their recovery and continue to require long-term medical support. In common usage as well as by the Federal Centre for Health Education, these impairments are summarised under the terms "Long-COVID" or "Post-COVID syndrome".
Possible phases of a COVID-19 disorder
Symptoms of a "Long-COVID" or ,,Post-COVID“ disease
- Tiredness / fatigue
- Exhaustion and reduced resilience
- Breathing difficulties
Smell and taste disorders
Muscle weakness and pain
Memory problems and lack of concentration
Reduced supply to tissues
Weakened immune system
Therapy options according to BAUSEMER
Whole-body hyperthermia according to Ardenne
Infusion therapy according to BAUSEMER (immunoMER, mitoMER, dichloMER)
Oral phytotherapy / plant extracts for revitalisation
Measurement of the body's own energy and optimisation with "Energy Boost" according to BAUSEMER
Laboratory diagnostics / progress monitoring
The immune system is a finely tuned network of many different types of white blood cells and proteins. The examination of the human immune system by a differential blood test (immune status), gives us very detailed information about the functionality, activity and disturbances of the immune system.
After the blood sample is taken in our practice, it is immediately examined in a laboratory that specializes in immune diagnostics.
Corresponding to the current findings, we develop a detailed, individual, patient-oriented treatment plan that we discuss with you.
With the help of pharmacologists and pharmacists, we are able to put together a special program of drugs or substances that is tailored to your chemotherapy or radiation intensity. The compilation is done individually for each patient – according to tumor type, condition, and needs of the patient, and on the basis of the therapy that is planned and conducted by conventional medical colleagues.