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The doctor may guidelines include drinking plenty of fluids and eating have to adjust the treatment regimen or change medica- cooked whole grains and fresh vegetables. Antibiotics can sugar, fat, refined carbohydrates, and dairy products kill Bb only while it is active, rather than while it is dor- should be reduced. When symptoms indicate nervous system involve- Lyme disease include: ment or a severe episode of Lyme disease, intravenous antibiotic (ceftriaxone) may be given for 14–30 days. Formulae used to treat systemic bac- Some physicians consider intravenous ceftriaxone the terial infections include Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin (Five-In- best therapy for any late manifestation of disease, but gredient Decoction to Eliminate Toxin), Yin Hua Jie Du treatments for late Lyme disease are still controversial Tang (Honeysuckle Decoction to Relieve Toxicity), and as of 2003. Inflammation at the site of infection may be treated externally with Yu Lu San (Jade Dew Extract) or Expected results Jin Huang San (Golden Yellow Powder). Specific Chi- nese herbs and treatments can be used for specific If aggressive antibiotic therapy is given early, and symptoms. For examples, for systemic bacterial infec- the patient cooperates fully and sticks to the medica- tion, one may use honeysuckle flower, forsythia, isa- tion schedule, recovery should be complete. Acupuncture and small percentage of Lyme disease patients fail to re- ear acupuncture treatments are also utilized. Co-infection with other nacea species) to clear infection and boost the immune infectious organisms spread by ticks in the same areas system, goldenseal ( Hydrastis canadensis) to clear in- as Bb (babesiosis and ehrlichiosis, for instance) may fection and boost the immune system, garlic to clear be responsible for treatment failures or more severe bacterial infection, and spilanthes (Spilanthes species) symptoms. The joint pain associated with Lyme ported with Lyme disease involved patients coinfected disease can be treated with hydrotherapy. A vaccine for Lyme disease known as LYMErix was • See a physician for any sort of rash or patchy discol- available from 1998 to 2002, when it was removed from oration that appears 3–30 days after a tick bite. The decision was influenced by reports that LYMErix may be responsible for neuro- Resources logic complications in vaccinated patients. Researchers from Cornell-New York Hospital presented a paper at the BOOKS annual meeting of the American Neurological Associa- “Bacterial Diseases Caused by Spirochetes: Lyme Disease tion in October 2002 that identified nine patients with (Lyme Borreliosis). Whitehouse Sta- April 2003, the National Institute of Allergy and Infec- tion, NJ: Merck Research Laboratories, 2002. Surviving Lyme Disease Using Alternative searchers at Yale University School of Medicine to de- Medicine. Coping With Lyme Disease: A Prac- 2003, the best prevention strategy is through minimizing tical Guide to Dealing With Diagnosis and Treatment. Minimizing risk of exposure Precautions to avoid contact with ticks include PERIODICALS moving leaves and brush away from living quarters. GALE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 2 1255 National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) KEY TERMS Fact Sheet. 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The bac- Lymphatic drainage is said to beneficially effect the teria that cause Lyme disease and syphilis, for ex- nervous, immune and muscular systems. Description Zoonosis (plural, zoonoses)—Any disease of ani- mals that can be transmitted to humans under nat- Lymphatic drainage is accomplished by gentle, ural conditions. Lyme disease and babesiosis are rhythmic massage following the direction of lymph flow. Mild stretching movements are used on the walls of lymph collectors to redirect the flow away from blocked areas into other vessels that drain into the veins. This massage action is often combined with other elements of OTHER complex decongestive therapy, which include: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Vec- • bandages tor-Borne Infectious Diseases. It is also known Any patient who has undergone cancer surgery and through out the world as salicaire, braune, and rother.

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