Ozone Therapy Internal Disease
Ozone Therapy in the Treatment of Internal Disease
Oleg.V.Maslennikov 1, Claudia N. Kontorshchikova 2, Sergey V.Andosov 3 ,
Irina A.Gribkova 4, Elena E.Pavlovskaya 5, Elena A.Piatina 6
1,3,4,5,6 Department of New Medical Technologies, Nizhni Novgorod State Medical Academy,
3-Ashkhabadskaya str, N.Novgorod, 603600, Russia
2 Chair of Clinical and Laboratory Diagnostics, Nizhni Novgorod State Medical Academy,
10/1 Minin sq., N. Novgorod, 603005, Russia
The results of ozone therapy used in managing 500 patients with the most common internal diseases is presented. There was used a wide range of methods based on ozone/oxygen mixtures. Ozone therapy proved to be highly effective in the treatment of patients with cardio-vascular, pulmonary, gastrointestinal and endocrinological diseases. Positive results were received in 90% of cases.
The use of ozone/oxygen mixtures in medicine has come to be quite a new approach in treatment of various diseases. Ozone capacity to enhance the delivery and release of oxygen into tissues, as well as its disinfectant properties stipulate the extensive use of ozone therapy. It proved to be efficient, tolerable and easy to use (14,15). The aim of the article is to share the results of ozone therapy use in the treatment of 500 patients with internal pathologies – cardiology, gastroenterology, pulmonology, endocrinology.
Material and Methods
Various methods to administer ozone/oxygen mixtures were used: intravenous infusions of ozonated saline, major and minor autohemotherapy of ozonated blood, intramuscular and subcutaneous injections of gas mixtures, rectal insufflations, ozonated water or oil per os. Ozone therapy was applied both as a monotherapy and in combination with medications. If it was started and continued along with the use of medicines, their dosage was gradually reduced with improvement of patient’s condition.
While evaluating the results of ozone therapy we regarded 50% symptoms reduction as “Good”(valid improvement). A lower level in the improvement of patients condition was estimated as “Satisfactory”. No improvement or worsening in the patients state was qualified as “Unsatisfactory”.More