Amino Acids, Methylators, Lipoic Complexes and General Assessment Strategies The use of parenterals beyond vitamins and minerals can be quite beneficial to patient outcomes. Proper assessment, dosing and incorporation of these items is crucial for safe administration and best outcomes. This session will look at selected amino acid, methylation and lipoic complex preparations and the biologic effects, administration and safety parameters of each. YOU WILL LEARN: - The biochemistry and indications for single amino acids, mixed amino acids, and methyl support nutrients - How to use basic lab data to adjust an IV formula - Dosing variations between oral and IV prescriptions - Indications, dosage ranges, and safety considerations for amino acids, methyl nutrients, and lipoic acid complexes
Dr. Paul Anderson
Dr. Anderson is medical director of Anderson Medical Specialty Associates, a clinic focusing on the care of patients with cancer and chronic diseases. Former positions include professor of Pharmacology and Clinical Medicine at Bastyr University and Chief of IV Services for Bastyr Oncology Research Center. He is a graduate of NCNM and began instructing classes at naturopathic medical schools in the early 1990’s. He continues to hold board review classes and CME courses for most of the US and Canadian ND programs including BU, NCNM, Boucher Institute, UB, SCNM and CCNM. He also is a founding board member of the Academy of Parenteral Therapies specialty group and an instructor and author for the IIVNTP IV Therapy training group.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 - 5 - 8pm (EDT)