The Principle Of Full-blooded Therapy?
Hello doctor, I want to ask the principle of the work of blood totok for the body and the treatment is right to treat anything, thank you
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Full-blooded blood is one alternative treatment method that is currently favored by the public. Full blood is done by making a puncture or slight incision in the area of the body complained of or according to predictions of health problems by the technician. His love for blood totok is alternative health science which cannot be compared with modern medical science.
Modern medical science is based on definitive research and based on evidence base medicine (based on evidence that has been found) has clear rules related to indications and side effects / risks related to the actions taken. While alternative medicine is often not in accordance with medical standards, so generally doctors do not recommend the use of alternative medicine. There is no clear and definite evidence related to the effectiveness of blood totok to cure a health disorder especially chronic diseases. And also there is no scientific evidence that explains how the mechanism of action of blood totok can cause the desired effect along with the risks that may occur in the body after carrying out these actions.
But unfortunately the current paradigm of many people who believe more alternative medicine than medical treatment. Factors that influence include lower costs, more trust in alternative medicine, solicitation of the closest person or fear of medical procedures. Everything returned to their respective views, because the community has the right to choose the treatment method they want.
Please note that all actions choose risks that might occur. Full blood is done by making a small incision to remove blood that is believed to be dirty blood. It's best to be careful and make sure the needles or knives used to slice the kukit are disposable needles / knives to avoid infectious infections. The risk of transmitting HIV, hepatitis, etc. is increased if you use needles / scalpels alternately. In addition, the risk of viral / bacterial / fungal infections can occur if the action ignores sterile aspects. Patients with certain conditions such as hemophilia, blood clotting disorders, or who are taking blood-thinning medications should avoid these actions to avoid negative risks that might occur.
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