Virtual Conference
Silvio Leite Monteiro da Silva

Silvio Leite Monteiro da Silva

Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO), Federative Republic of Brazil

Title: Tools of complementary medicine for animals


The use of ultra-diluted drugs with animals in the practice of Veterinary Medicine offers solutions to relevant demands. Usually that solutions are outside the prescriptions by professionals because they are unaware in some extent about the integrative therapeutic tools. The main opportunities and challenges regarding the use of dynamized medicines are presented and discussed. In addition to organizational issues, the various aspects related to treatments with ultra dilutions are shown, especially where conventional medicines have restrictions, with an approach for direct animal and indirect human health. The scope of use, as well as the understanding of how to evaluate the functioning and the correct monitoring during the interaction with the responsible for the animals are shown in details. The presented results are organized by characteristics of each treatment styles, either in the individual prescription or for the herd. ‘Populational Homeopathy’ method, Self-organizing factors of biofield, symptomatic method, multiple or single medication methods are presented. Several situations found in relation to the health of the animal and how medication can help are addressed for the most common pathological conditions in production animals, including goats, sheep and cattle for dairy or beef production. Depending on how animals interact with people, strategies are addressed, whether in commercial herds, pets, sports or work. The needed degree of professional qualification is specified in all scenarios, from no training to advanced technical training according to the method. The medications were presented according to the commercial availability of the medication by distribution in some regions of the West. The worldwide distribution of homeopathic veterinarians is a relevant fact to allow access to advanced tools as described in the La Gioconda effect, but this fact is generally unknown by most part of the professionals. 


Silvio Leite has completed his DVM at the age of 33 years from Universidade Paulista (UNIP) Brazil, with sandwich period abroad at University of Verona, Italy. He is responsible of all veterinarian activities of UNIRIO, Brazil. He discovered the La Gioconda Effect while writing about the history of high dilutions. He has been serving as an editorial board member of academic journals.