Hospitals today are discharging people faster than ever before, giving patients and their families the responsibility to continue treatments on their own at home. This is partly due to the high risk of infections as well as cost. Hospitals themselves are being squeezed by tight credit, higher borrowing costs, investment losses and a jump in patients—many recently unemployed or otherwise underinsured—not paying their bills. It is no surprise that the leading causes of bankruptcy today are medical treatments.

The concept of home intensive care and freedom to pursue safe and effective alternative treatments is an important issue. The medical system based around hospital care is imploding so home care is becoming a vital option for millions who cannot afford treatments but still need critical care.

Dr. Cynthia J. Koelker says, “If society collapses and you’re on your own, what medical skills seem the most essential? Our current compartmentalized society has deemed that doctors should perform these tasks, though turf wars abound over what nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, paramedics, and others should legally be permitted to do. Recent decades have also seen the trend toward home care for IV therapy, nebulizer treatments, dialysis, and much more. The take-home lesson is this: The layman can acquire many skills once considered the purview of health professionals alone. Thus, the first step in acquiring these skills is believing that you can do so.”

At home intensive care treatments focus on the essentials of life, on pH management, cell voltage, magnesium and iodine medicine, cannabinoid medicine, selenium medicine, carbon dioxide levels in the blood, re-mineralization of the body, antioxidant therapy, anti-inflammation therapy, increasing oxygen transport and oxygenation of the tissues, opening up of blood vessels, saturation and healing of cells with concentrated nutrition via superfoods, breathing retraining, emotional transformation processing (contacting ones vulnerable feelings), detoxification and removal of heavy metals and radioactive particles.

Thus, intensive home care focuses on combination therapy, which enables us to encompass and manage multiple risk factors. Multidimensional etiologies call for multiple therapeutic interventions.