Psoriasis Treatment in Cuba
In Cuba, Coriodermina, a topical, water-soluble gel developed from the human placenta by Dr Carlos Miyares Cao, is one of the most effective treatments for psoriasis.
The success of the gel used for psoriasis is because it inhibits and regulates the rate of epidermic cells, neutralizing cytokines and neuropeptides (molecules responsible for cell communication).
The psoriasis gel is applied directly to the psoriatic lesions and is absorbed by the dermis (the middle layer of the skin that is the first defence against heat, light, infection and injury).
The effectiveness of Coriodemina (Cuban Psoriasis gel) depends on the age of the psoriasis patient, the proportion of the affected area, how long the patient has had psoriasis, and the correct application of the treatment. Coriodemina (Cuban psoriasis gel) is safe to use on children, pregnant and lactating women, and the elderly. No side effects have been observed.
Although the treatment process varies from patient to patient, the steps are usually as follows:
Diagnostic biopsy and histological analyzes
Cuban specialist doctor evaluations and opinions
Psoriasis drug treatment (average 3 times)
Continuation of drug therapy when necessary