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Protocol for treatment of cat suspected to have FIP
Posted by: DonQuixote
Date: May 27, 2010 12:58 AM

I have found a local doctor to administer H2O2 chelation IV therapy for my mom but I have not been able to find a DVM who is knowledgable with H2O2 IV protocol to treat my two year old cat who has tested positive for FIV. [] My DVM suspects he has FIP [] My DVM is willing to administer an IV treatment for Mr. T (my two year old cat) but we need a valid protocol to walk us through the procedure. Would you be willing to help me find a detailed protocol to follow? All I have to go on, so far is Dr. Douglass's book titled Hydrogen Peroxide Medical Miracle and the excellent info coming out of Italy at [].

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at May 27, 2010 2:55 AM by Dr. Kennedy.

Re: Protocol for treatment of cat suspected to have FIP
Posted by: drron
Date: May 27, 2010 2:57 AM

I am not a vet and I have not heard of any vets who have used IV hydrogen peroxide with animals. I am not qualified to write a protocol for treating an animal with IV hydrogen peroxide. However, if you vet calls me, I am willing to discuss the protocol for administration to an adult human being. What he or she does with that information will be according to that person's judgment.

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