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Thread: Microcyn Bladder Treatment (An Open Letter to Dr. Young)

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    Judy, based on what I've read on the site, some people have such a severe problem with catheter incrustation/blockage that doing daily instillations (not irrigation) with Renacidin is the only thing that keeps them from having to constantly change their caths. KLD recommends it to people with encrustation problems but to my knowledge has never cautioned that it has particularly nasty side effects, which makes me wonder if the incident rate for those side effects is quite low...

    CG -- according to the Microcyn web site, it works in much the same way human neutrophils do -- by surrounding the bacteria/fungus/virus and using an oxidative or respiratory burst to produce a number of active ingredients including hypochlorous acid to kill the bacteria/fungus/virus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazlo View Post
    This is a big red flag to me. If they are adding a preservative to stabilize the formula, I'd want to know exactly what that preservative is. And like you said, if they've patented the technique, they are protected. Will they provide us with the patent numbers? If so, we can just look up the patents at http://uspto.gov . The patent numbers might even be listed on their packaging. I'd be quite interested to see them. If the patents are pending we should at least be allowed to know at least what the title of the patent is, given that we're using their product to treat our bodies!

    If they won't willingly provide the patent numbers via email that's a huge sign to me that there is something fishy with their formulation.
    we don't need it. here are the 2 claims filed by Oculus Innovative sciences, altho its web site claims more.

    I'm curious about this stuff I've been heavily colonized for a year now and nothing seems to work longer than a week, but I'm leery of putting anything in my bladder as hydrogen peroxide caused a fistula in my mitrofanoff stoma.
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    Go to ebay and buy it folks, there are a bunch of sellers. Vetericyn. Watch videos on you tube of docs vets etc telling the story. One video has a wound care doctor describing the chemistry behind it/the 'preservative' that made the solution possible, bunch of info.


    And for all you who have ALREADY followed the links, even BEFORE me, I don't understand why you are still searching for the 'preservetive' in it, I guess you just didn't HEAR them. Wonder why they didn't give you a direct answer.

    No toxicity Les, solve your problems, hit ebay up now.

    http://shop.ebay.com/i.html?_kw=vete...os=37811&gbr=1

    but most are the 8 oz, I just wanted a bunch around so I got the 16 0z.

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    Hey les, your link goes to the Oculus web site page that talks about the number of patents granted and pending, but provides no specific info for any of them. I don't think that's where you intended to direct it...is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by leschinsky View Post
    r as hydrogen peroxide caused a fistula in my mitrofanoff stoma.
    watch this one Les, gives a comparison of h2o2 and microcyn

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2sar...eature=related

    this is a wound care doc explaining it, she makes short work of it, not too long,.. watch the equine videos you want to see something

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    I believe it was on the v web site there was a button to click that showed nearest possible vet and pet stores in your area that had it stock...I paid 34.99 for 16 0z...

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehipcrip View Post
    Judy, based on what I've read on the site, some people have such a severe problem with catheter incrustation/blockage that doing daily instillations (not irrigation) with Renacidin is the only thing that keeps them from having to constantly change their caths. KLD recommends it to people with encrustation problems but to my knowledge has never cautioned that it has particularly nasty side effects, which makes me wonder if the incident rate for those side effects is quite low...

    CG -- according to the Microcyn web site, it works in much the same way human neutrophils do -- by surrounding the bacteria/fungus/virus and using an oxidative or respiratory burst to produce a number of active ingredients including hypochlorous acid to kill the bacteria/fungus/virus.
    i just got an image of little dudes in white hazmat suits with hoses blasting the bacteria a la ghost busters and shouting "ya! behold the power of our manly stream!"
    "Smells like death in a bucket of chicken!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehipcrip View Post
    Hey les, your link goes to the Oculus web site page that talks about the number of patents granted and pending, but provides no specific info for any of them. I don't think that's where you intended to direct it...is it?
    whoopsie! no I was in a hurry i meant this one
    http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-P...FIELD2=&d=PTXT

    eta thanks capn I am going to buy it, i just want to be extra cautious because I don't want to go back under the knife.
    Last edited by leschinsky; 04-28-2010 at 12:02 AM.
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    how do I order this stuff from Singapore?

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    I just added Microcyn Bladder Treatment to the title of the topic so that it reflects the contents of the thread. Wise.

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