Answer from: Ioannis John Toliopoulos, PhD
There are two kinds of concentration that we’ve seen so far. I think one 10% or 20% and we have to know automatically with help of an algorithm that we have in a computer – depending on the diagnostic result – which one, how to dilute it and how much. We have to test each person individually. You have to be very specific if you give a higher dosage or a big amount of intralipid – maybe there’s a bibliography explaining that you can spoil for example the kidneys of the lady and we don’t want to do this. That’s why we dilute it and we have the specific result that we want with no side effects.
What precautions should you take when having intalipid infusion?
Elevated uterine and peripheral NK cells are expected to affect the chances of getting pregnant or carry the pregnancy. How often and when the infusions of intralipids should be given?