The Oxygen Model of Coronary Artery Disease

                                                                            Majid Ali, M.D.

My Oxygen Model of Coronary Artery Disease is an extension of my Oxygen Model of Health and Disease. It is a unifying model that explains all aspects of coronary artery disease—causes, clinical course, consequences, and control—on the basis of disturbed oxygen function. The most important among these compromised and/or blocked functions are: (1) oxygen signaling; (2) oxygen’s ATP energy generation; (3) oxygen’s detergent functions; (4) oxygen’s cellular detox functions; (5) oxygen-regulated cell membrane and matrix functions; (6) oxygen’s cellular repair roles.
The Oxygen Model of Coronary Artery Disease provides a simple model that allows physicians to reduce complexities of diverse clinical syndromes into a workable simplicity.

This model predicts that ongoing research will reveal that components of acidosis (excess acidity), oxidosis (increased oxidative stress), and CUD (clotting-unclotting dysequilibrium) will be found to play important roles in the pathology and clinical features of coronary artery disease.

The crucial importance of the Unifying Oxygen Model of Coronary Artery Disease is that:

It explains the scientific basis of primary aging processes in the body;

It sheds light how health can be preserved by addressing all oxygen-related issues;

It elucidates how toxicities of foods, environments, and thoughts cause tissue injury and disease;

It reveals the mechanisms by which various detox therapies work (Oxygen is the primal detergent which removes cellular grease and allows cells to breathe freely).

It allows the formulation of rational and effective designs for reversing chronic diseases; and

It provides explanations of mechanisms by which time-honored natural remedies work.

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