Jenks Health Team - Family Medicine
Combining New Technologies with the Expertise
and Safety of Traditional Medicine
Jenks Health Team, 715 West Main Street, Suite S, Jenks, Oklahoma 74037
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Chelation therapy is the
administration of chelating agents to
remove heavy metals from the body.
Calcium-disodium EDTA and DMPS are
approved for the removal of heavy
metals by the Food and Drug
Administration. These drugs bind to
heavy metals in the body and prevent
them from binding to other agents.
They are then excreted from the
body. The chelating process also
removes vital nutrients such as
vitamins C and E, therefore these
must be supplemented.
Chelation is administered
intravenously, a process that takes
1–3 hours. The number of treatments
required is determined through
Chelation therapy was used by the
British after World War II to remove
arsenic, lead, and other metals.
Patients' conditions improved as
these metals were removed from
Preparation of Physician Ordered IV Formulation
Patient Receiving an IV Chelation Solution.