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Ozone therapy

Ozone therapy

What is Ozone therapy?

Ozone therapy is the use of medical ozone for therapeutic purposes in order to improve organ and tissue function and to treat a wide range of diseases.

Medical ozone is a mixture of a maximum of 5% ozone and 95% oxygen. It was first used in the field of medicine during the First World War to clean and disinfect wounds.

What are the properties of ozone?

Medical ozone has antiseptic properties (it is one of the most powerful germicides, acting against fungus, bacteria and viruses); analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, as it modulates and stimulates the immune system, and it improves peripheral circulation and the oxygenation of tissues, due to the fact that it helps oxygen to be transferred through haemoglobin.

How is it administered?

  • Major autohemotherapy is the most important technique used, due to the speed and intensity of its action. This procedure entails re-injecting 150-200c.c. of ozonised blood that had previously been extracted from the patient through a closed circuit.
  • Minor autohemotherapy. This entails extracting blood with a syringe, ozonising that blood and re-injecting it intravenously.
  • Injections (intramuscular, subcutaneous, intradiscal, paravertebral and intra-articular)
  • Insufflation in natural cavities (rectum, vagina, maxillary sinuses) and fistulas
  • Local treatment with:
    • Plastic bag or glass hood
    • Ozonised oil for local application
    • Ozonised water used in the process

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