Written by Lee Stevenson. Sorry I am not the best editor.
When I talk to those who got the covid vaccine many of them show signs of Sepsis, post sepsis and CIRS. Because of that I would like to see these test performed on those who have gotten the vaccine because I believe all of them are suffering from severe immune system damage and damage to the body.
Testing for sepsis
a person would need a Complete blood cell count to measure leukocyte levels. Lactic acid levels should be measured, C-reactive protein levels should be measured, Prothrombine time should be measured because excess blood clotting occurs in sepsis. Partial thromboplastin time, platelet count should also be measured.
Test for various endotoxins.
Procalcitonin should be tested, when high it indicates an undetected bacteria infection.
Urin should be analysed.
Low grade inflammatory cytokines should be tested for such as Il-6, IL-8, Il-10, MCP-1, IL-3 , TNF-a, Proadrenomedullin should be checked. This also can indicate if a person has CIRS.
Myocardia biomarkers such as troponin, natriuretic petides and myoglobin to check cardiac function.
Arterial blood gases should be measure to test pulmonary function.
Bilbirubin should be tested to test hepatic function.
Creatine should be tested to test renal function.
Soluble urokinase plasminogen activator receptor is upregulated in sepsis so should be measured. High levels indicates bacteria infection and systemic inflammation. It increases mortality.
Presepsin levels are high during sepsis and severe infection.
Nuclear encoded transcription factor A (TFAM) support mitochondrial biogenesis. It’s expression is increased during beginning stages of sepsis but becomes very low during long term sepsis. TFAM is needed for ATP production so a person will have inhibited mitochondrial production of ATP.
Liposlysis is increased at the beginning of sepsis which is caused by the high acetylcholine, cortisol, catecholamine glucagon growth hormone and decreased insulin levels. Gluconeogenesis becomes inhibited and glycolysis is upregulated. This can cause weight gain and fatty liver disease if not corrected. This can cause low glucagon levels resulting in severe fatigue.
Cortisol is high in the beginning of sepsis but when the adrenals get exhausted cortisol levels will become low which you would find in post sepsis.
Post sepsis after a person has had sepsis for a while.
IL-10 levels become low. This ihibits the immune response.
CD4+ and CD8+ cells become low
MDSCS (myeloid derived suppressor cells, neutrophils), granulocytes which suppress T cell capabilities causes T cell to not mature which makes them lose their function.
Mitochondrial ATP production in low in post sepsis.
IL-6, TNF-a and IL-1B levels remain high in post sepsis.
Oxidative stress is increased from the inhibition of ATP production which causes ischemia throughout the body, inflammation and inhibits the cells ability to take up glucose. So glucose levels will be high in the blood, insulin resistance is common in post sepsis.
Calcium levels can be high in the blood because the cells ability to uptake calcium becomes inhibited.
Muscle loss is common because the body starts breaking down protein (muscle) to survive.
Nitric oxide levels should be measured . Levels become low during sepsis and post sepsis. This is causes by the break down of muscle for energy to compensate for the low ATP production. . Increasing protein intake can help to prevent the loss of nitric oxide. Hydrolysed whey protein usually works very well for preventing this.
Testing for CIRS
This is systemic low grade inflammation which causes chronic illness. It is referred to as SIRS by the government.
A visual contrast test helps to diagnose if a person has CIRS.
A person should be tested for mycotoxins to check if they have been exposed to mold.
They should be tested for tick born illness.
Microbe set enrichment anyalysis (MESA) measures microbiome interaction with the body.
Vasoactive intestinal peptide. Excercise and fasting can increase levels. Low levels can indicate CIRS. It is increased by glycine, limonene, leptin, creatine by increasing ATP. High substance P levels decreases VIP.
Low grade inflammatory cytokines should be tested for such as Il-6, IL-8, Il-10, MCP-1, IL-3 , TNF-a, Proadrenomedullin should be checked. This also can indicate if a person has CIRS. C4a levels are high when a person has CIRS.
Cortisol is usually low when a person has CIRS.
Vassoactive intestinal peptide levels are usually low in CIRS.
TGF-B1 (tranforming growth factor-B1)levels are usually high in CIRS.
MSH (melanocyte stimulating hormone) is usually low in CIRS and it prevents the body from being able to shut down inflammatory cytokines.
Anti-gliaden antibody (AGA) levels are usually high in CIRS. This causes high IgE levels when a person consumes gliaden.
VEGF (vascular endothelial growth factor) is usually low during CIRS.
Leptin levels are usually high from the increased systemic inflammation causing leptin resistance.
Anti-cardiolipin antibodies are high in autoimmune diseases such as CIRS. It indicates the body is attacking itself.
MMP9 is increased during CIRS and indicates there is systemic inflammation.