Campylobacteriosis is an acute zoonotic infection caused by Enterobacteria Campylobacter and leads to a dominant digestive tract infection. The local form of Campylobacteriosis in most cases appears as gastroenteritis. The generalized form is accompanied by the development of sepsis.
In most cases, campylobacteriosis occurs locally, taking on the character of enteritis, enterocolitis, gastroenteritis or simple colitis. Patients often have gastrointestinal conditions: gastritis, duodenal ulcer, peptic ulcer, biliary dyskinesia, cholecystitis.
Contamination occurs through farm animals and birds, through the use of contaminated meat, milk and water. Less often through skin wounds, through bites of infected animals. Also during transplantation or during childbirth. Rural residents, stockbreeders and poultry farmers are at risk, as well as tourists visiting developing countries.
The new program "Without Campylobacter" on the DeVita AP Mini device, is specifically aimed at destroying these micro-organisms without damaging the organs and systems of the human organism.
Application: Daily, for 2 weeks. (GENERAL LIST OF PROGRAMS 2/No. 25)