Provocation tests for intoxication with Heavy Metals in fifteen patients with Parkinson’s disease.

 

 

 

Patient

 

Diagnose

Year

PET or DAT scanning

Year

Intoxication with Heavy Metals

Highest level of Mercury nanomol/litre

Highest level of Copper micromol/24 hr.

Last date tested for intoxication

Treatment for intoxication

Better health / fluctuating

Unchanged health

PD-medication

K1E

1998

2000

Cu +(Lead)

    0,6  1*

  0,575  2*

17.06.2005

No

 

 

 

S2E

2004

 

Cu

   26

 8,8

26.05.2005 

Yes

Yes

 

No med.

03G

1997

2003

Cu + Hg +

    4,9  1*Pre

 0,413  2*

01.07.2005

No

 

 

 

K4H

1998

2000

Cu +  4*

  54

 7,4

24.05.2005 

Yes

Yes

 

No med.

H5J

2001

 

Cu + Hg

 109

 8,1

12.05.2004

No

 

 

 

F6I

2001

 

Cu + Hg

1162

22,6

13.07.2005 

Partial

Yes ?

 

Variable

A7K

1998

?

Cu +

  97

20,1

14.04.2005 

Yes

 

 

No med 3 *

N8L

1995 ?

2001

÷

  73

  2

??.10.2004

No

 

 

 

K9L

1996

 

Cu + +

  42

10,8

10.02.2004 

Yes

 

Yes ?

Decreased

J10L

2002

 

Cu + Hg

472

 6,.9

12.05.2005 

Yes

Yes

 

Decreased

A11O

1996

 

÷

   9

  1,9

25.03.2004 

No

 

 

 

S12S

2000

 

Cu + Hg

304

 9,6

04.03.2004 

Partial

 

Yes

Unchanged

P13U

2004

 

Cu + Hg

385

11, 2

14.08.2005 

Yes

Yes

Yes

No med.

D14V

2001

 

Cu +Hg

157

 9,4

 23.10.2003 

Yes done

 

 

Increased

E15Y

1999

 

Cu + Hg +

   3,8  1*

  0,928  2*

15.07.2005

No

 

 

 

 

Cu                 = Copper- intoxication / -loaded

Cu +              = Copper- intoxication / -loaded and a discrete Mercury intoxication

Hg                 = Mercury intoxication

Hg +              = Mercury intoxication and intoxication / - loaded with other heavy metals.

 

 

1* Note: μg /g Creatinine

2* Note: ug/mg creatinine

3* Note: Patients with PD Plus (MSA) does not always have benefit of anti-PD-medication.

4* Note: Allergic reaction to some Heavy Metals tested with MELISA-test     

 

For more information contact Hanne Koplev at:  Akuvet@tele2adsl.dk