After 3-5 minutes, at the injection site there is a slight hyperemia and tuberosity of the skin, subsequently it intensifies until the merger of separate areas. 1.5.
The medical staff needs to constantly monitor the progress of the procedure and, when the areas of hyperemia and (or) tuberosity are merged, move the needles to areas not covered by hyperemia. 1.6.
The duration of the procedure is 10-15 minutes, during this time 100-150 ml of ozone-oxygen gas mixture is introduced (the approximate coverage area is 4-7% of the body surface). To end the procedure, press the "STOP" button, close the faucet of the outlet nozzle. For uniform distribution of ozone in the subcutaneous fat, massage the problem area (manually or using an apparatus). 1.7.
In one procedure, it is possible to introduce an ozone-oxygen gas mixture into several problem areas, for which, during the procedure, needles are moved (for example, from the right thigh to the left), while the total time of the procedure and the volume of injected ozone-oxygen gas mixture remain unchanged. 1.8.
After the procedure, crepitus (crunching) can be observed, both in the places of direct injection of the ozone-oxygen gas mixture, and in remote areas of the body, which is not a complication, but only a consequence of a successful procedure. Crepitus can last up to 2 days. 1.9.
The advantages of this method compared with the introduction of ozone by the single-syringe method:
- increase in efficiency by 15-30%;
- reduction of injuries of the skin due to a decrease in the number of injections by 6-10 times;
- more uniform distribution of ozone over the region of injections;
- absence of bruises and hematomas at the injection sites.