Semeiotica Biofisica Quantistica. Il Nuovo Rinascimento della Medicina. www.sisbq.org

Ricordate certamente che  Lucrezio, nel “De rerum natura”, considera felici coloro che conoscono le cause delle cose: “Felix qui potest rerum cognoscere causas”.

Non posso condividere il pensiero di Lucrezio: senza fattori di rischio ambientali “significativi”, il 7 Luglio 2001, alle 5 del mattino fui colpito da “Impending Infarction”, seguito dopo circa 3/4 d’ora da IMA, FV e arresto cardiaco, quando mi trovavo a 300 metri dal PS dell”Ospedale, su una auto guidata da mia figlia: storia vecchia!

Riflettendo su questo evento, felicemente risolto grazie alla mia tempestiva diagnosi clinica e alla ineffabile ed  insuperabile professionalità dei miei amici-colleghi del PS, Rianimazione e Cardiologia dell’Ospedale di Lavagna (Genova), nell’autunno del 2001 ho scoperto il Reale Rischio Congenito di CAD, ormai consegnato ad una vastissima Letteratura (V. Avanti).

La lettura sul presente numero della BIBBIA della Medicina – NEJM –  di un desolante articolo  mi ha spinto a inviare una ennesima, purtroppo prevedo inutile “more solito” J’Accuse, che lascia indifferenti i destinatari carenti del coraggio di rispondere, sapendo perfettamente che le mie denuncie son ben documentate e  fondate.

Il troppo gettonato  Framingham Heart Study rappresenta il più grande evento economico condotto nella Storia di una  Medicina Medievale, Serva dell’Economia!

—– Original Message —–

Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2012 10:43 AM
Subject: [sisbq_medicaldoctors] We can defeat CAD, if we want. Do we want it?
Dear NEJM Editors,
Dear Colleague Bernard de Bruyne,
Dear All,
I have just read in Journal current issue the article
 “Fractional Flow Reserve–Guided PCI versus Medical Therapy in Stable Coronary Disease“, explaining what accounts for the reason CAD is today’s growing epidemic!
As a matter of facts, as far as CAD Inherited Real Risk  will overlooked by both peer-reviews Editors and “Professors”, CAD will continue to be , as now, a great epidemic.
Strange enough, NEJM post my comment  on this topic ONLY in its website.
For instance:
SERGIO STAGNARO, MD | Physician | Disclosure: None
RIVA TRIGOSO Italy

August 03, 2012

Overlooking QBS Constitutions  we are living the Middle Medicine

Article incipit sounds: “Medical care in 2012 is unrecognizable as compared with what it was in 1812, and no 19th-century physician would be at home in a modern hospital”. Error. From the medical Weltanschauung view-point , today’s medical care is identical to that in XIX-th century, considering that all people are told to be born equal, so that, attending at ER, every subject must undergo to glycemia, biomarkers of cancer, ECG, EEG, a.s.o. Unfortunately, speaking of Quantum Biophysical Semeiotics Constitutions-Dependent Inherited Real Risks is no-politically correct. That accounts for the reason I termed sunch a Medicine Middle Ages Medicine, Maid of Economics (see facebook).

To return to the distressing article: every patient involved by overt CAD, since birth is positive for CAD Inherited Real Risk, recognised with a stethoscope  in ONE second (sic!) , and healed for ever with Blue Therapy, www.sisbq.org!
It is  really surprising that one may read the following comment exclusively on NEJM website, but   NEJM Editors usually rejecte my LETTERS to Editor on such a topic! Strange enough.

http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMra1112570#t=comments

SERGIO STAGNARO, MD | Physician | Disclosure: None

RIVA TRIGOSO Italy

January 05, 2012

CAD Inherited Real Risk.

Based on 55-year-long clinical experience, I state sincerely that such a “historic”, refined, perfect from the formal view-point, paper does not help in hindering efficaciously today’s growing epidemic of CAD today’s. In fact, despite thousands of paramount articles, published in peer-reviews, CAD continues to be a growing epidemic. I visited an awful number of hypertensive, diabetic, dyslipidemic patients, who never suffered from AMI.

In my opinion, who is reading this mail has to agree with me, stating that CAD epidemic will grow – more and more – if peer review Editors and Reviewers will overlook CAD Inherited Real Risk, published in a large Literature.
For instance:

Stagnaro Sergio. New bedside way in Reducing mortality in diabetic men and women. Ann. Int. Med.2007. http://www.annals.org/cgi/eletters/0000605- 200708070-00167v1;

Stagnaro Sergio. Role of Coronary Endoarterial Blocking Devices in Myocardial Preconditioning – c007i. Lecture, V Virtual International Congress of Cardiology, 2005. FAC. http://www.fac.org.ar/qcvc/llave/c007i/stagnaros.php;
Stagnaro Sergio. CAD Inherited Real Risk, Based on Newborn- Pathological, Type I, Subtype B, Aspecific, Coronary Endoarteriolar Blocking Devices. Diagnostic Role of Myocardial Oxygenation and Biophysical-Semeiotic Preconditioning. http://www.athero.org, 29 April, 2009. International Atherosclerotic Society,  http://www.athero.org/commentaries/comm907.asp
Stagnaro S. Quantum Biophysical Semeiotic bedside Evaluating Coronary Blood Flow. Cardiovascular Diagnosis and Therapy. 21, November, 2011. http://www.amepc.org/cdt/comment/view/55/0/25
 Finally, I recommend you to read:
Simone Caramel. Coronary Artery Disease and CAD Inherited Real Risk http://www.sisbq.org/uploads/5/6/8/7/5687930/cad_caramel.pdf
Because my  mail to NEJM Editors are put in the waiste basket, you may read in Facebook, if not  already cancelled:
From Facebook :
Sergio Stagnaro Unfortunately, the Author does not know Quantum Biophysical Semeiotics of coronary blood flow, under health, stress tests, and pathological conditions. In addition, I consider trivial to speak of simply coronary dilation in both large coronary and coronary microvessel during physical excercise, from the QBS view point: what about vasomotion and vasomotily, according to Hammersen? See: Sergio Stagnaro (2012). Caotino’s and Gentile’s Signs in bedside Diagnosing CAD Inherited Real Risk, and Myocardial Infarction, even initial or silent. Pathophysiology and Therapy . Lectio Magistralis. III Congress of SISBQ, 9-10 June, 2012, Porretta Terme (Bologna). http://www.sisbq.org.http://www.sisbq.org/uploads/5/6/8/7/5687930/presentazione_stagnaro_eng.pdf
We can defeat CAD, if we want. Do we want it?
Regards
Sergio Stagnaro
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