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Effectiveness range from 75% to 97% reversal of blocked arteries by objective testing in various studies. Meta-analysis headed by L.T. Chappel of 19 scientific studies involves the total of 22,565 patients confirmed that chelation therapy were good to excellent success rate in 87% of those with blocked arteries with objective testing.

 

EDTA Chelation

Chappell and Stahl 2001

Meta-analysis of Published Studies

 

• 19 published studies met inclusion criteria

• 22,565 chelation patients studied

• 87% of treated patients had improved cardiovascular function by objective measurement

 

All Published Studies Show Benefit

EDTA Chelation Coronary Heart Disease

Clark, et al 1956

• 20 patients — 16 unstable angina

• Complete relief of angina in 17

• 16 asymptomatic at 21 months

• ECG normalized in 33%

 

EDTA Chelation

Coronary Heart Disease Clark, et al 1960

• 76 patients — 33 post MI

• 87% of pts had 90% relief of angina

• 2 year mortality half that expected

• 20% had recurrent angina relieved by additional EDTA infusions EDTA Chelation Coronary Heart Disease

 

Kitchell & Meltzer 1960

• 10 patients with angina— 6 post MI

• 9 had relief of angina

• 5 of 9 abnormal ECGs improved

• 3 with cardiomegaly è normal heart size

 

EDTA Chelation  Coronary Heart Disease

Kitchell & Meltzer 1963

• 28 new patients — 23 post MI

• 2 markedly improved; 16 improved

• Exercise capacity increased with clinical improvement

 

EDTA Chelation

Coronary Heart Disease

Kitchell & Meltzer 4 yr experience

• 38 total patients — 29 post MI

• 71% improvement of disabling angina

• 45% sustained improvement lasting up to 46 mos without follow-up treatments

 

EDTA Chelation

Coronary Heart Disease Other Case-series

• Olszewer & Carter 844 patients 77% marked improvement 3% no improvement

• Deucher 215 patients 70% symptomatic improvement

• Hancke & Flytie 265 patients 91% symptomatic improvement 8% unchanged; 1% worse

 

There was short research funded by National Institute of Health of USA started in 2002 on chelation therapy. Unfortunately, the research design was not done by chelationist physician and seems that it was designed to fail. Surely is, the study was prematurely stop for reason they know best.

Physician who never practice or “see” the positive effect of chelation usually give unfair remark without studying the report on the effectiveness of chelation therapy.