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Ozone Injections

Major Autohemotherapy

By this method, 50 to 100 ml of the patient's own blood is withdrawn in the normal manner, enriched externally with an exactly defined quantity of ozone (with disposable sterile material and containers!). The ozone reacts completely - ie at a rate of 100 % - with specific substances making up the red and white blood cells and thereby activates their vital activities = metabolism. It is this activated blood (not ozone or oxygen!) that is immediately reintroduced into the patient's system using a normal drip unit.

Indications (treatment of the patient's blood outside the body before reinfusion):extensive burns; icu patients; systemic viremia; generalised sepsis; peritonitis; immunodeficiency—cellular & humoral ; rheumatoid arthritis; diabetes mellitus; hypertention; ihd; arterial insufficiencies

 

 

Minor autohemotherapy

minor autohemotherapy is an application, via the intramuscular route of O3 treated blood for unspecific immunoactivation revitalization: it can be used in allergic diseases or in a general way to improve the body's inherent resistance. 5-10 ml of ozone at specific concentration is taken and mixed with same amount of blood and then deep intramuscular injection at glutial area given.

Indications:
autoimmune diseases; rhinosinusitis; allergy; nonspecific immune stimulation in viral diseases,fevers; revitalization; imoroving body’s inherent resistance; infective tb; herpes zoster, herpes simplex, post herpetic neuralgia; diabetes mellitus with antibodies towards beta cells of langerhans

 

 

Peri/Intra articular injection

Injection of ozone into the joints (ie via the intraarticular route); as the term implies, ozone is carefully injected - by a trained specialist - in the treatment of inflamed and painful joints (arthritis, recurrent arthrosis, general pathological stiffness). In periarticular injection 8-10ml of ozone is taken and given around the joint(2-4 spots).2ml at each spot. In intra-articular injection, 5-10ml of ozone is given carefully under strictly aseptic conditions

Indications: acute & chronic polyarthritis; general pathological stiffness;tendonitis; myofascial pain; epicondilitis; carpel tunnel syndrome

 

Prolozone therapy: 

About 2-2.5cc of 1%lidocaine with a pinch of B12 and folic acid added is injected into the joint with a 27-gauge needle. The needle is left in place. 10-15ml syringe prefilled with ozone at about 30conc. (micrograms/cc) is attached. The gas is slowly administered over ½ to 2 minutes. The joint is then flexed and extended to ensure gas distribution. Other joints mirror this technique with volumes adjusted for size of joint, tendon, ligament, or other specific location. Patients have no problems driving home, but consideration must be made for the total amount of local anesthetic if multiple locations are treated.

 

Intramuscular Injection

A small amount of an ozone and oxygen mixture (up to 10 ml) are injected into the patient (usually in the buttocks) like a normal injection would be. This method is commonly used to treat allergies and inflammatory diseases, and is sometimes utilized as an adjunct to traditional cancer therapies in Europe. However, it has been reported that ozone concentrations should be below 20 μg/ml and in volumes less than 10 ml can be given to the patients.

Indications: systemic ozone& pain relief

 

 

Intravenous drip of ozonated saline

ozonated saline intravenous infusions (drips) - a systemic method of ozone therapy considered as a genuine alternative to major autohaemotherapy and rectal ozone insufflations. To the patient this method provides comfort during the procedure, hygienic safety and better therapeutic effects. More and more doctors worldwide estimate the benefits of the Russian method: This method is based on much longer and gentle contact of ozone dissolved in physiological sodium chloride solution with the internal environment of the patient when ozone drop by drop, molecule by molecule is put into blood circulation and immediately reacts with blood components, so the whole blood quantity being in circulation comes in contact with ozone therefore producing much better and prolonged therapeutic effects. Based on the use of considerably lower ozone concentrations as compared with the other methods of ozone therapy this method yields normalization of oxidoreduction potential of the organism.

Indications:
ischemic heart disease; stroke; rheumatoid arthritis; diabetes mellitus; encephalopathy; bronchial asthma; liver disorders; immune stimulation; adjuvant therapy in cancer; rejuvenation &detoxification; adjuvant to local ozone treatment; spasmolytic in duodenal and stomach ulcer, etc.

SUBCUTANEOUS ROUTE
This method is commonly used for lipodystrophy. Multiple subcutaneous injections of 2cc each will be given at a selected site.

Indications: Lipodystrophy


 

DIRECT INJECTION

Direct ozone injections CAN BE INJECTED INTO A TUMOR OR A CYST(multiple injections of 2-5cc each depending on the size of the tumor) Indications: tumor or cyct