Ozone Major Autohemotherapy
Treatment of the patient’s blood outside the body before reinfusion
There are different techniques of performance:
1) By this method, 100-200 ml of the patient’s blood is withdrawn from the cubital vein by means of the pumping unit and a disposable infusion system into the disposable glass bottle (1, 2, 3), add 100 ml of ozone-oxygen gas mixture (4), carefully rotate (not shake!!!) the bottle for about 5 minutes to 100% saturation until the color of blood will change to light red (5), then reinfuse the treated blood back to the patient’s system intravenously by drip route using the same infusion system (6).
2) By this method, the procedure is performed by means of 3 way faucet (1) connected through the connecting hose to the disposable plastic container “Haemokon” (2) and through the connecting cannula to the disposable venous catheter (it may be venous puncture needle Ø 1,0-1,2 mm), the 3rd way is used for connecting a syringe (3).
Add the anticoagulant (750 I.U. of heparin dissolved in 10 ml of isotonic NaCl solution) into the plastic container “Haemokon”, add 100 ml of ozone-oxygen gas mixture, before withdrawal of blood inject the same quantity of anticoagulant (750 I.U. of heparin dissolved in 10 ml of isotonic NaCl solution) into the blood flow, after that withdraw 100 ml of the patient’s venous blood by means of the 20 ml syringe (20 ml x 5) into the plastic container “Haemokon” contained the anticoagulant and ozone-oxygen gas mixture, carefully mix the content until the color of blood will change to light red. The treated blood can be reinfused back to the patient’s system intravenously either by flow route using the same syringe and regulating the 3 way faucet (1a, 2a, 3a) or by drip route using a normal drip unit (1b, 2b, 3b, 4b).
The procedure of MAHT with ozone can be also provided to ambulatory patients and usually lasts for about 25-40 min, it can be performed by one skilled medical practitioner (or nurse).
The above-mentioned variations of MAHT with ozone have been developed by the Russian school of ozone therapy under supervision of Prof. Sergey Peretyagin which recommends the treatment course consisting of 9 procedures of MAHT 3 times a week by gradually increasing ozone concentration from 3000 mcg/L (1st procedure) to 5000 mcg/L (2nd procedure), then to 7000 mcg/L (4th, 5th, 6th, 7th) and by further gradually decreasing ozone concentration to 5000 mcg/L (8th procedure), then to 3000 mcg/L (9th procedure). This treatment schema is particularly effective for chronic systemic diseases.More