Major autohaemotherapy with ozone. One of the most effective methods of systemic action. During this procedure a certain quantity of the patient's blood is taken from the cubital vein, mixed with an ozone/oxygen gas mixture in a plastic haemakon or sterile bottle from physiological saline. The received mixture containing active oxygen forms (ozonides) is intravenously re-infused to the patient through the same disposable system. Below is shown one variant of this procedure after Prof. S.P. Peretyagin.
- By means of a braunule make a venous puncture.
- To a 4-way-faucet attach a braunule, syringe and disposable system, the latter is connected to a heamokon or sterile bottle from physiological saline.
- By manipulation with the faucet and syringe take 50-150 ml of the patient's blood.
- Introduce the given quantity of ozone/oxygen gas mixture into the haemokon.
- After reaction with ozone the enriched blood is intravenously re-infused to the patient by flow way (by manipulation with the faucet and syringe) or drop-by-drop through the infusion system.
This manipulation can be repeated several times if necessary to treat a larger quantity of blood.
Accesssory Set for Major AHT with Ozone
Intravenous peripheral teflon catheter with injection port and fixing wings on the needle
18G 1 3/4" (1,3 x 45mm) Vasofix Braunule, Order-No. 32\01
4-way-faucet for infusion-transfusion therapy Discofix, Order-No. 32\02
Demonstration of Procedure Performance