Everyone should be tested for D-Dimer and Troponin

(...) Therapeutic recommendations

The goal is simply to normalize troponin and D-dimer levels in all subjects undergoing treatment. There is no single protocol for treating persistent protein spike syndrome with elevated troponin and/or D-dimer levels.

Almost all elevated troponin and D-dimer levels at this point in the pandemic will be secondary to the persistent presence of the spike protein in the body following covid infection, one or more vaccinations against covid, or both. The likely ease of transmission of the spike protein also means that some individuals will have elevated levels of the test without knowing they have been infected and without a history of vaccination. In other words, these tests should be performed on everyone at this time (vaccinated and unvaccinated) , and any elevated values should be treated aggressively.

The following recommendations apply to an individual with elevated troponin and D-dimer levels, or with one elevated and the other normal. This protocol, and all variations thereof, should be administered with the guidance of a licensed healthcare professional. For a more detailed description of dosages, etc., please refer to the original article HERE: http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v19n01.shtml

Intravenous vitamin C and hydrocortisone. Alternatively, oral vitamin C and hydrocortisone or sodium ascorbate in juice three times daily and hydrocortisone.

Follow each vitamin C infusion with a separate infusion of methylene blue.

Hydrogen peroxide nebulization as tolerated.

One or all of the following nutrient/vitamin/mineral supplements for general long-term health support:

Vitamin C

Magnesium chloride

Zinc and quercetin

Vitamin D

Vitamin K2

Olive leaf extract

Multivitamin and multimineral preparation without added calcium, iron and copper

Nattokinase, lumbrokinase and/or serrapeptase to minimize possible future blood clotting problems.

At the discretion of the healthcare professional, any of the following may be added:

Ozonated blood or ozonated saline infusions.

Ultraviolet blood irradiation treatments

Intravenous hydrogen peroxide infusions

Hyperbaric oxygen treatments

Chlorine dioxide treatments

Hydroxychloroquine or chloroquineIvermectin

Any modification of these treatments, as well as the decision on their duration, should be determined on an individual basis with the help of the chosen healthcare professional working with the patient