Regulatory Medicine In The Treatment Of Food Allergy


Regulatory Medicine In The Treatment Of Food Allergy In Dog A Case Report


Alena Micháľová DVM, Martina Takáčová DVM, Martina Karasová DVM, Assoc. Prof. Mária Fialkovičová DVM PhD.

Department of Internal Diseases, Small Animal Clinic, University of Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy in Kosice, Slovakia


International Journal of Traditional and Complementary Medicine

Food allergy is defined as a pruritic dermatitis which is indicated by allergic reactions to food components. Due to its excessive incidence of clinical signs it is necessary to determine the correct diagnosis, provide sufficient control and long term management to achieve comfortable way of life for an animal. In case of very intensive pruritus there are usually used in common medicine glucocorticoids, antihistamincs and inhibitors of Janus kinase but there are also other alternatives such as bioresonance, homeopathy, phytotherapy, acupuncture, etc. that have also very beneficial and curative effect in case of food allergy. Diagnostics and therapy by bioresonance are alternative methods used in modern medicine that was discovered as a combination of quantum physics and Traditional Chinese Medicine. We can use it for various types of acute and chronic diseases without any invasive intervention into the body. There have been positive results in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies in dogs, which are nowadays constantly increased, and that have been one of the most common causes of dermatological and gastrointestinal diseases.


Keywords: Food Allergy, Pruritus, Regulatory Medicine, Bioresonance, Homeopathy

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Alena Micháľová, Martina Takáčová, Martina Karasová, Mária Fialkovičová.Regulatory Medicine In The Treatment Of Food Allergy In Dog A Case Report.International Journal of Traditional and Complementary Medicine 2020, 5:25. DOI:10.28933/ijtcm-2019-12-0605


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