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Dear Colleagues!

We are pleased to present you ozone therapy as a modern high-effective medical technology of using medical ozone for therapeutic and preventive purposes.

Having been known in the West for over 100 years, ozone therapy has become of age in Russia thanks to fundamental and applied studies started in Russia about 25 years ago and unique technical inventions made by the physicists of the Russian Federal Nuclear Center last decade of the 20th century.

 

Nowadays, ozone therapy represents a genuine alternative to orthodox medicine, particularly in medical conditions where orthodox medicine does not offer an effective treatment. Ozone therapy is characterized by broad spectrum of non-specific action in numerous, widely spread diseases such as atherosclerosis, ischemic heart disease, hypertensive disease, diseases of airways, of digestion system, dermato-venereal, surgical, obstetric-gynecological, neurological pathologies, infectious diseases etc.  

 

The gathered experience allows making a conclusion that ozone therapy is characterized by simplicity of application, good tolerance by patients, absence of side-effects or adverse reactions and high medical-social and economic efficiency.

 

Ozone therapy has an extremely wide range of action, produces a powerful bactericidal, virucidal, fungicidal, immunomodulating, antihypoxic, detoxication action, is good tolerated by patients and does cause practically no side-effects. The use of medical ozone reduces treatment time, lethality and grade of disability.

 

Owing to the powerful oxido-reduction potential of ozone,

the pathogenetic effect of ozone therapy develops through its double mechanism of action:

 

  1. Local action due to disinfection activity versus bacteria, viruses, fungi.  

 
  1. Systemic metabolic action resulted in the reactivation and restoration of the oxygen homeostasis of human body.

 

Fields of Application. Indications. Contraindications.

 

 

Surgery

abscesses, wound infection, septic conditions, peritonitis, decubitis, burns, badly healing wounds, trophic ulcers, chronic osteomyelitis, thrombophlebitis, arterial occlusive disturbances of the lower limbs, cardio-surgical interferences.

Internal medicine
chronic gastritis, colitis, peptic ulcer, chronic hepatitis, hepatocirrhosis, rheumatism, arthritis and arthrosis, ischemic heart disease, allergic diseases, diseases of conducting airways, diabetes mellitus.

Eye diseases
leber's optic atrophy, atrophy of retina, injury of cornea.

Infectious diseases
viral diseases including hepatitis.

Venereal diseases
diseases mainly transmissible in sexual way and their complications.

 

Urology
pyelonephritis, cystitis, urethritis, prostatitis.

Dermatology
furunculosis, pyoderma, herpes, mycosis, scleroderma, psoriasis, neurodermatitis, eczema, bullous dermatosis.

Cosmetology
acne rash, cellulites, local lipodystrophy, alopecia.

Obstetrics & Gynecology
inflammatory female genital diseases, gestosis, pregnancy anemia, threatened abortion, infertility.

Neuropathology
cerebrovascular insufficiency, diseases of peripheral nervous system, migraine.

Othorhinolaryngology

acute and chronic maxillary sinusitis, chronic tonsillitis, chronic middle otitis, postoperative conditions

Stomatology
stomatitis, parodontosis, pulpitis.

Anesthesiology, reanimation, intensive care
post-operative and post-reanimation correction of homeostasis disturbances, detoxification ozone therapy.

 

Contraindications
Acute myocardial infarction, bleedings, hyperthyroidism, cramp tendency, thrombocytopenia, ozone allergy,

chronic relapsing pancreatitis

Methods of Administration

1. Local applications:

  1. Ozone-oxygen gas irrigation through frame-chambers in high/low pressure conditions.

  2. Hydropress cleansing treatment with ozonized solutions.

  3. Ozone-oxygen gas irrigation of small body surfaces under “suction cap” in low-pressure conditions.

  4. Subcutaneous injection of ozone-oxygen mixtures (subcutaneous blisters).

  5. Intravaginal continuous-flow insufflations of ozone-oxygen mixtures.

  6. Intravaginal continuous-flow instillation with ozonized water fine dispersions.

  7. Intra-articular injection of ozone-oxygen mixtures.

  8. External application of ozonized liquids and antiseptics.

  9. Intrapleural and intraperitoneal irrigation with ozonized antiseptics.

  10. External application of ozonized ointments and oils.

  11. Ozone baths with bubbling.

  12. Local ozone baths with bubbling by means of frame-chambers.

  13. Ozone shower.

  14. Ozone-steam sauna.

  15. Ozone-oxygen gas irrigation.

  16. Irrigation with ozonized water fine dispersions.

  17. Vacuum-vibratory massage with ozonized oils.

 

2. Systemic applications:

  1. Major ozonated autohaemotherapy (classical).

  2. Major ozonated autohaemotherapy after Sergey P. Peretyagin, MD.

  3. Minor ozonated autohaemotherapy.

  4. Transfusion of ozonated contained blood and plasma.

  5. Parenteral infusions of ozonated physiological salines.

  6. Extracorporal (continuous-flow) ozone treatment of autologous blood in great volumes (EBOO/RHP)

  7. Acupuncture therapy with ozone-oxygen mixtures.

  8. Intraportal infusion therapy with ozone.

  9. Intraosteal infusions of ozonated solutions.

  10. Peroral intake of ozonized liquids and oils.

  11. Rectal insufflations with ozone-oxygen mixtures.

  12. Inhalative application of ozone.

  13. Inhalative application of ozonized water fine dispersions.

 

3. Hospital infection prophylaxis – sanitation of hospital rooms with ozone-oxygen mixtures.

 

Mechanisms of Action

  1. Bactericidal action.

  2. Viricidal action.

  3. Fungicidal action.

  4. Systemic reparative action on the homeostasis:

- Improvement in the oxygen-transport properties of blood;

- Activation of the pro- and antioxidant systems;

- Improvement in the micro- and macroflow properties of blood;

- Activation of the homeostasis;

- Stimulation of the hemopoiesis;

- Activation of the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids (bioenergetic, biosynthetic effects);

- Activation of the formation of biologically active substances;

- Immunomodulating action of ozone (immunostimulation of small doses, immunosuppression of great ones);

- Analgetic effect;

- Detoxication action of ozone.

 

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