Treatments and recommendations

Protocols for COVID19


Protocol C


Protocol F


Protocol Y

Summary of the intervention protocol

COVID19 with ClO2 in aqueous solution

Precautions and Contraindications:

1. Being an oxidizing agent, the effectiveness of chlorine dioxide with
vitamin C and other antioxidants in the elimination of pathogens is not recommended
2. Space 1 hour of medications and ½ Hour of Meals.
3. CDS concentrate should be stored refrigerated, below 11ºC. and protected from UV Light.
4. It is an oxidizing agent slightly corrosive to metals, take it into account when storing and washing materials.
5. Concentrated CDS in contact with the mucose areas can be a bit too aggressive, it should be diluted to 50 mg / l (0,005%) with a physiological saline solution.
6. CDS in concentrated form fades tinted tissues because it is an oxidizing agent.
7. Must NOT be inhaled in concentrated doses (because of its pulmonary toxicity).
8. In cases of patients on a Warfarin drug treatment, they should constantly check the values ​​to avoid overdose, as chlorine dioxide has been shown to improve blood flow just like Warfarin. 

The following sub-protocols should be applied according to pertinent application:
1. Disinfection of hands and surfaces: Protocol D (with> 1000 ppm ClO2)
2. Prevention (health workers + asymptomatic patients): Protocol C. 10 takes.
3. Avoiding contagion between patients and healthcare personnel: Protocol H
4. Acute contagion: protocol F + C
5. Severe cases: Y + C protocol (2h spacing)

Protocol C = CDS

This protocol is used as a preventive measure, both for healthcare personnel and for asymptomatic patients.
1. Dilute 10 ml of CDS concentrate to 3000 ppm, in 1 liter of water.
2. Take 10 takes, approximately one every hour until the bottle is finished.
3. In case of serious illness or danger to life, the dose could be increased, making a slow upwards progression until reaching 30 ml of CDS per liter of water.

Protocol D = dermatological

This protocol is used to disinfect both the skin and objects with risk of contagion.
It consists of the use of a spray nozzle, which I fill with concentrated CDS, from 1000 to 2000 ppm (this means between 0,1 and 0,2% ClO2)
- Apply the spray directly on the desired area and rub gently, it is used as if it were a hydroalcoholic gel.
For sensitive areas (such as eyes and mucous membranes) it is necessary to lower the concentration with water or physiological saline solution to a concentration of about 50ppm (it is more than enough to deactivate the pathogens).
Protocol F = Frequent
This protocol is used to combat acute viral and bacterial infections:
1. 1 ml of CDS 15 minutes, for 1 hour and 45 minutes in eight doses = 8 ml of CDS. We dissolve the takes of 1ml of CDS (0.3%) in 100ml of water.
2. You can add 8 ml of CDS concentrate (0.3%) to a one liter bottle of water and divide the bottle into 8 equal parts, marking these with felt tip pen lines, and drink one mark down every fifteen minutes.
3. Depending on the severity, we can do protocol F once or twice a day: 

○ In case of doing it 2 times: we do it morning and afternoon (spaced at least 2h)

○ If we do it once, we continue with protocol C the rest of the day.
Protocol H = Room
10 ml of 0,3% concentrated CDS is placed in a dry glass beaker and placed between the patients in the beds. The gas evaporates due to the temperature of the room and disinfects the environment avoiding contagion between patients in the same room and health personnel.
Saturated chlorine dioxide has a yellowish color that is lost as the gas evaporates and once the liquid in the glass has become transparent it is replaced with the same amount and concentration of chlorine dioxide concentrate. 

According to the calculations, a room of about 12 square meters can be saturated with a maximum quantity of 1 ppm that is within the international safety and toxicology regulations and approved for use.

Protocol Y = Abbreviated Injection (for physicians only)
1. Protocol C is generally performed at least once before starting parenterally.
2. Perform a venous blood gasometry in order to determine the patient's status
3. Preparation: 1-2 ml of CDS (0,3%) is added for every 100 ml of 0,9% NACL physiological saline. Isotonic.
4. Typical adult dose 5ml CDS (0,3%) in 500 ml 0,9% NaCl IV [Equivalent to 45 mg (= 0,0045%)] (if necessary, the dose can be doubled).
5. Measure the pH with a calibrated digital pH meter, which must be between pH 7,4- pH 7,8. to avoid phlebitis.
6. If it is lower, buffer with sodium bicarbonate.
7. IV drip rate = slow: between 4 and 8h with 500ml. 
8. Another venous blood gas to determine post IV status
9. It is advisable to use different routes in different extremities each day.
10.Typical duration 4 consecutive days.
11. After two hours, the patient can continue with protocol C until recovered.

From: Liechtensteiner Verein für Wissenschaft and Gesundheit

Author: Andreas Ludwig Kalcker, Alejandro Merino, Yohany Andrade MD Eduardo insignares MD, Blanca Bolaños email: info @


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