Chelation therapy is NaNo technology and deals with Microcirculaton

24th October 2007

Datuk Dr. Hj Abd. Latiff Bin Ahmad, D.M.S.M, S.M.J, P.I.S
Pejabat Timbalan Menteri Kesihatan Malaysia,
Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia,
Aras 13, Blok E7, Parcel E,
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan,
62590 Putrajaya
03 – 88832503 03 – 88884758

REF: Report on High Information Technology (I.T), Nano Technology and advancement in Chelation therapy. May be helpful to fit in MSC (Multimedia Super Coridor) The world Information Technology for health care in Malaysia.

Dear Sir, As Salaamu Alaikum wrt wbt.

The following is my new findings I hope the Ministry of health may accept it and do more research for the benefit of the patients.

My lecture.

This lecture is sent to the Ministry of Health Malaysia, Institute of Medical research Malaysia, MMA Malaysia, MSCT, Integrative Medical Conference in Singapore , British Society of Integrative Medicine, NIH (USA) and to IBCMT, ACAM. (USA) to pass it to all the members.

Mr President
Scientist , Doctors
Ladies and gentle men.

This is an educational program on my new concept of Advanced chelation therapy. Nanotechnology. (High Information Tecnology). Nano Technology. We talk about Molecular level and Microcirculation. We had lot of questions from Doctors and patients. What is chelation fluid prepared and how it works. Chelation therapy can prevent heart attacks and prevent Bypass surgery. It deals with the root cause of the Ischaemic heart disease at the molecular and Microcirculation level.. Chelation a colloidal solution consisting Na2 EDTA, Magnesium chloride or sulphate, Soda bicarb., Potassium chloride, Sodium chloride, Vitamin C, vitamin B complex, B12 , Heparin dissolved in water or other isotonic solution. Acam and IBCMT have prescribed a Standard Chelation solution which is good but electrical force was not described or taught or mentioned. Chelation Intravenous fluid is used to remove the heavy metals like Calcium, Fe, Copper, lead, aluminum , Hg etc from the blood system.. Properties of chelation: Action:. 1. It is a colloidal solution prepared in such a way that it has electrical charges measured as -50 to -100mv. 2. Anionic Surfactant (like Sea froth ) (like detergent cleaning the greasy Plates) removes plaques and cleans the blood vessel. 3. It is an Antioxidant to remove free radicals and repair free radical damages 4. It will combine strongly with heavy metals and the complex is excreted it out through the kidneys. It is better to use Laminar flow cabinet to prepare Chelation fluid. The laminar flow dock is pressurized , air is filtered, there fore no bacteria or no polluted particles can enter into this cabinet. It is sterilized by UV light. Thus No pyrogen particles can enter into the cabinet and into the fluid. Rom Is free f0.01micron size particles . More advanced method. The chelation fluid is measured by means of a meter or Zeta Potential meter to check the fluid of pH, ORP (Oxidative reduction Potential). The electrical force of the fluid is best at about –minus 100mv. If we add Alumium calorcium the charging will become positive and can cause clotting of blood. And the pH of the Chelation fluid must be alkaline that is about 8pH to 9 pH. Our blood is also a colloidal solution it is charged like a battery fluid it is -30 to – 40 milli volt. Our Red blood cells are charged at -17mV. Fresh Blood fluid has -30 to- 40mv. If our blood becomes -11mv . there will be Intravascular Coagulation and we die. At -7 mv blood becomes solid jell. The Osmolarity of our biood is about 294mmoles. How do we check the electrical force of the fluid? We check by ORP meter or Zeta Meter. Oxidative reduction Potential / Zeta Meter can measure the voltage in Millivolt of the any colloidal fluid blood. If the charging become less than -17milli Volt, blood starts to clot. Patients with IVC can be spot diagnosed by shaking hands. Hands and toes are cold. Such patients can have stroke, heart attack, kidney failure due to poor microcirculation undetected known as Syndrome X. We must keep our blood fluid and thin , and remove clots or separation of rouleaux formation of red cells by dissolving or separation back into the blood. Administration of .I.V Chelation once or twice a week for 20 times and followed by once a month will keep your microcirculation clean and prevent IVC. How do we check Microcirculation . We check it with electronic Microscope. Electronic microscope (Like retinoscope.) Dermatoscope(capillarscope). We see the smallest capillaries. Blood flow of the microscopic vessels. We look for the deformities of the blood vessels clots, swelling, thickening, twisting , budding, bleeding, sluggish flow of blood and fibrosis. All these signs are noticed more often in patients with Diabetes, Chronic degenerative diseases, Coronary heart Disease, stroke , Rheumatoid arthritis, Multiple sclerosis. etc All the above signs can be detected at the capillaries at the junction of nail and skin. Nail bed capillaries… Chelation therapy is Non Invasive acts extracellular, safe , effective. When we infuse Chelation fluid intravenously the clots stuck to walls of the capillaries are dissolved and enter back into solution and the vessels are cleaned. We can see that within two hours after infusion. Now we can prove that Chelation I.V infusion works within two hours. The crooked , twisted, dilated, deformed blood vessels become straight and cleaned. The IVC (Intravenous coagulation) disappears within two hours. No double blind control trial is necessary. Seeing is believing. For maintenance we must drink about 1.5 liters to 2 liters of water a day. To get up in the morning and drink 4 glasses (250cc x 4) of water. Microcirculation study is very important in Coronary Heart disease which is No.1 killer of the world. If microcirculation is improved Coronary heart disease, Stroke, Renal failure and many chronic diseases will be prevented..


CHELATION FLUID is prepared by adding VITAMIN C for many years. But recently some do not add Vitamin C because they are worried for Haber Weiss reaction. Controversial is Fenton’s reaction. Haber–Weiss reaction.Whether to use Vitamin C or not ? Fenton’s reagent is a solution of hydrogen peroxide and an iron catalyst that is used to oxidize contaminants or waste waters. Fenton’s reagent can be used to destroy organic compounds such as trichloroethylene (TCE) and tetrachloroethylene (PCE). It was developed in the 1890s by Henry John Horstman Fenton as an analytical reagent.[1] Contents : • Overview • • Biomedical applications • • References • • Further reading • • External links • Overview Iron(II) is oxidized by hydrogen peroxide to iron(III), forming a hydroxyl radical and a hydroxide ion in the process. Iron(III) is then reduced back to iron(II) by another molecule of hydrogen peroxide, forming a hydroperoxyl radical and a proton. The net effect is a disproportionation of hydrogen peroxide to create two different oxygen-radical species, with water (H+ + OH−) as a byproduct. (1) Fe2+ + H2O2 → Fe3+ + HO• + OH− (2) Fe3+ + H2O2 → Fe2+ + HOO• + H+ The free radicals generated by this process then engage in secondary reactions. For example, the hydroxyl is a powerful, non-selective oxidant. Oxidation of an organic compound by Fenton’s reagent is rapid and exothermic and results in the oxidation of contaminants to primarily carbon dioxide and water.[2] Reaction (1) was suggested by Haber and Weiss in the 1930s as part of what would become the Haber–Weiss reaction.[3] Iron(II) sulfate is typically used as the iron catalyst. The exact mechanisms of the redox cycle are uncertain, and non-OH• oxidizing mechanisms of organic compounds have also been suggested.[citation needed] Therefore, it may be appropriate to broadly discuss Fenton chemistry rather than a specific Fenton reaction. Biomedical applications The Fenton reaction has importance in biology because it involves the creation of free radicals by chemicals that are present in vivo. Transition-metal ions such as iron and copper donate or accept free electrons via intracellular reactions and help in creating free radicals. Most intracellular iron is in ferric (+3 ion) form and must be reduced to the ferrous (+2) form to take part in Fenton reaction. Since superoxide ions and transition metals act in a synergistic manner in the creation of free radical damage, iron supplementation must not be done in patients with any active infections or in general any diseases.[7] References Further reading • Goldstein Sara, Meyerstein Dan, and Czapski Gidon (1993). “The Fenton reagents”. Free Radical Biology and Medicine 15 (4): 435–445. doi:10.1016/0891-5849(93)90043-T. PMID 8225025. • K. Barbusiński (2009) Ecological Chemistry and Engineering vol 16 no 3 pp 347–358 “Fenton Reaction – Controversy concerning the chemistry” Dr Hj Mohamed Ebrahim Sulaiman M.M.BS, D.T.M&H., FAAFP,, APCT, CMT.