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WHAT IS OZONE?   Ozone   is   a   particular   form   of   oxygen.   There   are   molecules   with   two   atoms   in   the   normal   atmospheric   oxygen,   but   the ozone   contains   one   oxygen   molecule   with   three   different   values.   So   the   ozone   can   be   dissolved   quickly   about   15 times more than the oxygen in the blood. We have to introduce a right concentration in the body due that the effect of ozone administration at a smaller concentration   could   be   ineffective   and   a   higher   concentration   decrease   the   activity   of   antioxidant   defence   system   and   could   possibly   have harmful effects. Oxygen   +   Energy =   OZONE         More Oxygen in the cell means more Energy. THE IMPORTANCE OF OXYGEN Healthy   cells   in   the   body   need   and   love   oxygen.   Most   undesirable   micro-organisms   are   anaerobic,   which   means   that   they   thrive   in   the absence   of   oxygen;   in   fact,   they   are   destroyed   by   the   presence   of   oxygen.   Organisms   such   as   fungi,   parasites,   bacteria,   and   primitive viruses   like   HIV,   Epstein   Barr,   Coxsackie   and   Cytomegalovirus   are   often   associated   with   states   of   ill   health.   Note   that   conventional medicine blames these micro-organisms for many chronic illnesses. The   body   becomes   deprived   of   adequate   levels   of   oxygen   through   improper   breathing,   polluted   air,   inadequate   nutrition   and   junk   foods, and stress. This provides an anaerobic environment in which the micro-organisms thrive. Healthy   cells   which   have   sufficient   oxygen   and   nutrients,   manufacture   an   enzyme   coating   around   themselves   which   protects   them   against invasion.   Oxygen   starved   cells   are   unable   to   produce   enough   enzymes   to   fortify   their   cell   walls;   they   subsequently   become   weaker   and more vulnerable. In   addition,   cancer   begins   when   a   normal   cell   cannot   get   enough   oxygen.   If   the   level   of   available   oxygen   falls   below   60%,   a   cancer response   is   triggered   in   the   cells.   In   order   to   survive   the   cell   begins   to   ferment   sugar   instead   of   burning   it.   This   results   in   a   greatly   reduced energy   output,   which   means   that   a   proper   enzyme   coating   cannot   be   maintained   around   the   cell.   The   restriction   on   cell   replication   is inactivated, and the cell begins to make copies of itself wildly. Heat   is   continually   generated   through   the   chemical   action   of   oxygen   upon   carbon,   which   releases   carbon   dioxide   for   elimination.   If insufficient   oxygen   is   present,   carbon   monoxide   is   produced   instead.   Carbon   monoxide   is   an   irritant   to   the   nervous   system,   interferes   with organ   functions,   reduces   basal   body   temperature,   and   prevents   oxygen   uptake   by   the   red   blood   cells.   This   has   the   effect   of   debilitating   the body, thus making it susceptible to infection and disease. HOW DOES OZONE WORK? 1.- Inactivation of bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeasts and protozoa Ozone   has   been   shown   to   destroy   the   outer   shell   of   most   micro-organisms,   thereby   penetrating   the   cell   membrane   and   altering   the   DNA. Sophisticated   organisms   such   as   human   cells   have   enzymes   that   can   restabilise   disrupted   DNA,   whereas   primitive   organisms   do   not   have this   protective   capability.   This   is   another   mechanism   by   which   ozone   selectively   targets   disease   causing   micro-organisms,   and   spares healthy cells. Repeated   treatments   of   ozone   therapy   are   usually   needed,   because   certain   viruses   and   fungi   are   more   susceptible   at   certain   stages   of their   development.   Some   micro-organisms   are   much   more   resistant   than   others,   and   will   require   more   treatment.   The   viruses   that   contain lipids   are   more   sensitive   to   deactivation   by   ozone   –   Herpes,   Mumps,   Measles,   Influenza,   Rabies,   HIV   and   the   Chronic   Fatigue   producing viruses: Epstein Barr, Coxsackie and Cytomegalovirus. 2.- Stimulation of oxygen metabolism Ozone   causes   increased   metabolism   inside   the   red   blood   cells   [increased   2,3-DPG],   which   releases   more   oxygen   to   the   tissues.   Ozone   also stimulates   the   production   of   enzymes,   which   act   as   cell   wall   protectors   and   scavengers   of   free   radicals.   It   enhances   energy   production   in the cells by complex biochemical reactions. 3.- Formation of Peroxides When   ozone   is   introduced   into   the   body,   it   is   broken   down   into   free   radical   agents   called   peroxides.   These   have   beneficial   effects   because they   are   attracted   to   weakened   or   diseased   cells   and   react   with   lipids   [fats]   in   the   cell   membrane.   The   enzymes   in   the   healthy,   intact   cell wall   prevent   penetration   by   these   peroxides.   Thus   the   peroxides   in   ozone   selectively   attack   only   those   cells   which   contain   parasites, viruses etc, or are weakened by cancer or toxins. 4.- Enhancement of circulation In   circulatory   disease,   a   clumping   of   red   blood   cells   hinders   blood   flow   through   the   small   capillaries   and   decreases   oxygen   uptake   by   the red   blood   cells   due   to   reduced   surface   area.   Ozone   reduces   or   eliminates   clumping,   and   restores   flexibility   thereby   increasing   oxygen carrying capacity. Improved viscosity of the blood also leads to better oxygenation of the tissues. Ozone   oxidises   the   plaque   in   arteries,   which   unclogs   and   frees   up   the   circulation.   A   vasodilator,   Prostacycline,   is   also   produced   by   ozone, which dilates the arteries. 5.- Dissolution of tumours Ozone inhibits cancer cell metabolism. In addition, ozone oxidises the outer lipid layer of cancer cells, thus destroying them. 6.- Activation of the immune system Optimal   administration   of   medical   ozone   causes   an   increase   in   the   production   of   interferon   and   interleukins,   which   launch   an   entire cascade of immunological reactions. 7.- Effect on medicines The   potency   of   any   medicine   taken   concurrently   with   ozone   treatment   is   greatly   increased.   The   unpleasant   side   effects   of   toxic,   but necessary, medications such as chemotherapy can be greatly minimised by ozone therapy.       WHAT CAN OZONE DO? Inactivates viruses, bacteria, yeasts, fungi and protozoa Stimulates the immune system Improves circulation, clearing arteries and veins Purifies blood and lymph Normalizes hormone and enzyme production Reduces inflammation Reduces pain and calms the nerves Prevents stroke damage Improves cardiac arrhythmias Improves brain function and memory Oxidises toxins, allowing their excretion Chelates heavy metals Prevents and reverses degenerative disease Prevents and treats communicable diseases Prevents and treats Autoimmune disease Increases the potency and minimizes the side effects of chemotherapy Assist in treatment of cancers, post viral Chronic Fatigue Syndromes, Autism, etc. FIELDS OF APPLICATION. INDICATIONS Surgery Abscesses,   wound   infection,   septic   conditions,   peritonitis,   decubitis,   burns,   badly   healing   wounds,   trophic   ulcers,   chronic   osteomyelitis, thrombophlebitis,   arterial   occlusive   disturbances   of   the   lower   limbs,   diabetic   foot,   purulent-destructive   lung   &   pleura   diseases,   purulent arthritis, deformating arthrosis, cardio-surgical interferences, pre- and postoperative treatment. Internal medicine Chronic   gastritis   &   gastroduodenitis,   chronic   colitis,   peptic   ulcer,   chronic   hepatitis,   hepatocirrhosis,   chronic   bronchitis,   bronchial   asthma, rheumatic diseases, arthritis & arthrosis, ischemic heart disease, allergic diseases, diabetes mellitus Urology Chronic pyelonephritis, acute and chronic renal failure (nephrism), cystitis, diseases transmissible by sexual way, urethritis, prostatitis Neurology Ischemic    apoplectic    attack,    cerebrovascular    insufficiency,    diseases    of    peripheral    nervous    system,    migraine,    disseminated    sclerosis, compressive ischemic neuropathies, spinal osteochondrosis Obstetrics & Gynecology Inflammatory   female   genital   diseases,   bacterial   vaginosis,   vulvar   dystrophy,   gestosis,   early   toxicosis,   fetoplacental   insufficiency,   pregnancy anemia,   spontaneous   &   threatened   abortion,   prevention   of   intrauterine   fetus   infection,   fatness-associated   pregnancy   complications, infertility Dermatology Furunculosis,   pyoderma,   herpes,   mycosis,   scleroderma,   psoriasis,   neurodermatitis,   eczema,   bullous   dermatosis,   acne,   allergodermia, agiitis, lichen planus, pemphigus etc. Cosmetology Acne rash, cellulites, local lipodystrophy, alopecia, vascular defects, hypertrophic & keloid scars, age related changes Dentistry Caries   lesions,   hypersensitive   teeth,   cracked   tooth   syndrome,   peri-apical   lesions,   gingival   &   periodontal   diseases,   post-extraction,   post- extraction alveolitis, surgical procedures, peri-implantitis, soft-tissue lesions etc. Ophthalmology Blepharitis,   pain   syndrome,   eversion   of   the   eyelid,   glaucoma,   ischemia   of   the   eye   ground,   cataract,   keratitis,   conjunctivitis,   pemphigus, erosion of the cornea, ulcers of the retina, hordeolum etc. HOW IS IT ADMINISTERED? 1.- Intravenous therapy An   intravenous   line   is   inserted   into   a   vein,   and   100-150ml   of   blood   is   drawn   into   a   sterile   vacuum   flask.   Medical   ozone   is   also   inserted   into the   flask   and   when   the   two   are   rapidly   mixed   together,   the   blood   turns   a   bright   cherry   red.   This   ozonated   blood   is   now   highly   charged   with oxygenating power, and fed back into the same vein. The whole procedure takes about 30 minutes. 2.- Vaginal, urethral or rectal insufflations Ozone is introduced into the vagina, urethra or rectum by means of a catheter. 3.- Autohemotherapy 5-10 ml blood is withdrawn by syringe, mixed with ozone, and injected back into a deep muscle. 4.- External limb bagging A limb is covered with an airtight bag and ozone is introduced into the bag for 30-40 minutes. 5.- Ozonated olive oil Ozone   is   bubbled   through   olive   oil   continuously   for   7   days.   The   resulting   cream   is   very   effective   as   a   topical   application   in   a   wide   variety   of skin conditions. 6.- Intramuscular, Intra-articular & intradiscal O2/O3 gas injections. ARE THERE ANY PRECAUTIONS TO OBSERVE? To   prevent   any   unwanted   oxidative   effects,   it   is   best   to   take   a   good   anti-oxidant   combination   for   7   days   before   starting   intravenous   ozone therapy. Ozone therapy is contraindicated  in the following: Acute   myocardial   infarction,   severe   cardiovascular   instability   (block,   Wolff-Parkinson-White),   convulsive   status,   pregnancy,   recent   internal bleeding   and   blood   coagulation   disorder,   severe   anemia,   hyperthyroidism,   thrombocytopenia,   cramp   tendency,   ozone   allergy,   chronic relapsing pancreatitis, alcoholic intoxication and Fauvism (a deficiency of the enzyme glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase).     References Bocci, V. 2002. Oxygen-Ozone Therapy. A Critical Evaluation. Kluwer Academic Pub. Bocci, V. 2005. Ozone, A new medical drug. Springer Viehban-Haensler, R. 2002. The Use of Ozone in Medicine. 4th Ed. ODREI-Pub. Viebahn-Hänsler, R. Ozon-Sauerstoff-Therapie. Editorial Haug. 2009. Viebahn-Hänsler R. Hitos del ozono médico. Revista de la Sociedad Española del Dolor. Vol. 12. II. Editorial ARAN. 2005. 3-9. Menéndez   Cepero   S.   A,   González   Álvarez   Ricardo,   Ledea   Lozano   O.E.   et   al.   Ozono:   Aspectos   básicos   y   aplicaciones   clínicas.   Editorial CENIC.2008. Rovira   G.   La   Ozonoterapia   tópica   en   el   manejo   de   úlceras   flebostáticas   dolorosas   de   más   de   seis   meses   de   evolución.   Rev.   Soc.   Esp. Dolor 12: Nº Extra II, 48-52, 2005. De   Lucas   J.C.   Infiltración   periférica   con   ozono.   Indicaciones,   técnicas   y   experiencia   clínica.   Revista   de   la   Sociedad   Española   del   Dolor. Vol.12.II. Editorial ARAN. 2005. 37-47. Hidalgo   Tallón   F.J.   Oxígeno-ozonoterapia:   una   realidad   médica.   Revista   de   la   Sociedad   Española   del   Dolor.   Vol.16.   3.   Editorial   ARAN. 2009. 190-191. Andreula   C.,   Simonetti   L.,   et   al:   Minimally   Invasive   Oxygen-Ozone   Therapy   for   Lumbar   Disk   Herniation.   AJNR   Am   J   Neuroradiol   24: 996-1000, May 2003. Baeza   J.   Infiltración   neuroaxial   con   ozono.   Fisiopatología   y   mecanismos   de   acción.   Revista   de   la   Sociedad   Española   del   Dolor.   Vol.12. II. Editorial ARAN.2005. 18-23. Bocci   V.   Mecanismos   de   acción   generales   de   la   ozonoterapia   y   mecanismos   en   el   tratamiento   del   dolor.   Revista   de   la   Sociedad Española del Dolor. Vol.12. II. Editorial ARAN. 2005.24-36. Borrelli   e.,   Bocci   V.   A   Novel   Therapeutic   Option   for   Crhonic   Fatigue   Syndrome   and   Fibromyalgia.   Riv   Ital   Ossigeno-Ozonoterapia   1: 149-153, 2002   If you would like additional information regarding our services or  to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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Ozone Therapy
WHAT IS OZONE?   Ozone    is    a    particular    form    of    oxygen.    There    are molecules   with   two   atoms   in   the   normal   atmospheric oxygen,   but   the   ozone   contains   one   oxygen   molecule with    three    different    values.    So    the    ozone    can    be dissolved    quickly    about    15    times    more    than    the oxygen in the blood. We   have   to   introduce   a   right   concentration   in   the   body   due   that   the effect of ozone administration at a smaller concentration     could     be     ineffective     and     a     higher     concentration decrease    the    activity    of    antioxidant    defence    system    and    could possibly have harmful effects. Oxygen   +   Energy =   OZONE         More Oxygen in the cell means more Energy. THE IMPORTANCE OF OXYGEN Healthy   cells   in   the   body   need   and   love   oxygen.   Most   undesirable micro-organisms   are   anaerobic,   which   means   that   they   thrive   in   the absence   of   oxygen;   in   fact,   they   are   destroyed   by   the   presence   of oxygen.   Organisms   such   as   fungi,   parasites,   bacteria,   and   primitive viruses    like    HIV,    Epstein    Barr,    Coxsackie    and    Cytomegalovirus    are often    associated    with    states    of    ill    health.    Note    that    conventional medicine blames these micro-organisms for many chronic illnesses. The   body   becomes   deprived   of   adequate   levels   of   oxygen   through improper    breathing,    polluted    air,    inadequate    nutrition    and    junk foods,   and   stress.   This   provides   an   anaerobic   environment   in   which the micro-organisms thrive. Healthy      cells      which      have      sufficient      oxygen      and      nutrients, manufacture   an   enzyme   coating   around   themselves   which   protects them   against   invasion.   Oxygen   starved   cells   are   unable   to   produce enough   enzymes   to   fortify   their   cell   walls;   they   subsequently   become weaker and more vulnerable. In   addition,   cancer   begins   when   a   normal   cell   cannot   get   enough oxygen.   If   the   level   of   available   oxygen   falls   below   60%,   a   cancer response   is   triggered   in   the   cells.   In   order   to   survive   the   cell   begins   to ferment   sugar   instead   of   burning   it.   This   results   in   a   greatly   reduced energy   output,   which   means   that   a   proper   enzyme   coating   cannot   be maintained    around    the    cell.    The    restriction    on    cell    replication    is inactivated, and the cell begins to make copies of itself wildly. Heat   is   continually   generated   through   the   chemical   action   of   oxygen upon    carbon,    which    releases    carbon    dioxide    for    elimination.    If insufficient   oxygen   is   present,   carbon   monoxide   is   produced   instead. Carbon   monoxide   is   an   irritant   to   the   nervous   system,   interferes   with organ    functions,    reduces    basal    body    temperature,    and    prevents oxygen    uptake    by    the    red    blood    cells.    This    has    the    effect    of debilitating    the    body,    thus    making    it    susceptible    to    infection    and disease. HOW DOES OZONE WORK? 1.-    Inactivation    of    bacteria,    viruses,    fungi,    yeasts    and protozoa Ozone   has   been   shown   to   destroy   the   outer   shell   of   most   micro- organisms,   thereby   penetrating   the   cell   membrane   and   altering   the DNA.   Sophisticated   organisms   such   as   human   cells   have   enzymes that   can   restabilise   disrupted   DNA,   whereas   primitive   organisms   do not   have   this   protective   capability.   This   is   another   mechanism   by which    ozone    selectively    targets    disease    causing    micro-organisms, and spares healthy cells. Repeated   treatments   of   ozone   therapy   are   usually   needed,   because certain   viruses   and   fungi   are   more   susceptible   at   certain   stages   of their   development.   Some   micro-organisms   are   much   more   resistant than    others,    and    will    require    more    treatment.    The    viruses    that contain   lipids   are   more   sensitive   to   deactivation   by   ozone   –   Herpes, Mumps,    Measles,    Influenza,    Rabies,    HIV    and    the    Chronic    Fatigue producing viruses: Epstein Barr, Coxsackie and Cytomegalovirus. 2.- Stimulation of oxygen metabolism Ozone    causes    increased    metabolism    inside    the    red    blood    cells [increased    2,3-DPG],    which    releases    more    oxygen    to    the    tissues. Ozone   also   stimulates   the   production   of   enzymes,   which   act   as   cell wall   protectors   and   scavengers   of   free   radicals.   It   enhances   energy production in the cells by complex biochemical reactions. 3.- Formation of Peroxides When   ozone   is   introduced   into   the   body,   it   is   broken   down   into   free radical   agents   called   peroxides.   These   have   beneficial   effects   because they   are   attracted   to   weakened   or   diseased   cells   and   react   with   lipids [fats]   in   the   cell   membrane.   The   enzymes   in   the   healthy,   intact   cell wall   prevent   penetration   by   these   peroxides.   Thus   the   peroxides   in ozone    selectively    attack    only    those    cells    which    contain    parasites, viruses etc, or are weakened by cancer or toxins. 4.- Enhancement of circulation In   circulatory   disease,   a   clumping   of   red   blood   cells   hinders   blood flow   through   the   small   capillaries   and   decreases   oxygen   uptake   by the   red   blood   cells   due   to   reduced   surface   area.   Ozone   reduces   or eliminates     clumping,     and     restores     flexibility     thereby     increasing oxygen   carrying   capacity.   Improved   viscosity   of   the   blood   also   leads to better oxygenation of the tissues. Ozone   oxidises   the   plaque   in   arteries,   which   unclogs   and   frees   up   the circulation.   A   vasodilator,   Prostacycline,   is   also   produced   by   ozone, which dilates the arteries. 5.- Dissolution of tumours Ozone   inhibits   cancer   cell   metabolism.   In   addition,   ozone   oxidises the outer lipid layer of cancer cells, thus destroying them. 6.- Activation of the immune system Optimal   administration   of   medical   ozone   causes   an   increase   in   the production    of    interferon    and    interleukins,    which    launch    an    entire cascade of immunological reactions. 7.- Effect on medicines The     potency     of     any     medicine     taken     concurrently     with     ozone treatment   is   greatly   increased.   The   unpleasant   side   effects   of   toxic, but    necessary,    medications    such    as    chemotherapy    can    be    greatly minimised by ozone therapy.       WHAT CAN OZONE DO? Inactivates viruses, bacteria, yeasts, fungi and protozoa Stimulates the immune system Improves circulation, clearing arteries and veins Purifies blood and lymph Normalizes hormone and enzyme production Reduces inflammation Reduces pain and calms the nerves Prevents stroke damage Improves cardiac arrhythmias Improves brain function and memory Oxidises toxins, allowing their excretion Chelates heavy metals Prevents and reverses degenerative disease Prevents and treats communicable diseases Prevents and treats Autoimmune disease Increases    the    potency    and    minimizes    the    side    effects    of chemotherapy Assist    in    treatment    of    cancers,    post    viral    Chronic    Fatigue Syndromes, Autism, etc. FIELDS OF APPLICATION. INDICATIONS Surgery Abscesses,   wound   infection,   septic   conditions,   peritonitis,   decubitis, burns,   badly   healing   wounds,   trophic   ulcers,   chronic   osteomyelitis, thrombophlebitis,   arterial   occlusive   disturbances   of   the   lower   limbs, diabetic   foot,   purulent-destructive   lung   &   pleura   diseases,   purulent arthritis,    deformating    arthrosis,    cardio-surgical    interferences,    pre- and postoperative treatment. Internal medicine Chronic    gastritis    &    gastroduodenitis,    chronic    colitis,    peptic    ulcer, chronic     hepatitis,     hepatocirrhosis,     chronic     bronchitis,     bronchial asthma,    rheumatic    diseases,    arthritis    &    arthrosis,    ischemic    heart disease, allergic diseases, diabetes mellitus Urology Chronic   pyelonephritis,   acute   and   chronic   renal   failure   (nephrism), cystitis, diseases transmissible by sexual way, urethritis, prostatitis Neurology Ischemic   apoplectic   attack,   cerebrovascular   insufficiency,   diseases   of peripheral      nervous      system,      migraine,      disseminated      sclerosis, compressive ischemic neuropathies, spinal osteochondrosis Obstetrics & Gynecology Inflammatory    female    genital    diseases,    bacterial    vaginosis,    vulvar dystrophy,     gestosis,     early     toxicosis,     fetoplacental     insufficiency, pregnancy   anemia,   spontaneous   &   threatened   abortion,   prevention of      intrauterine      fetus      infection,      fatness-associated      pregnancy complications, infertility Dermatology Furunculosis,    pyoderma,    herpes,    mycosis,    scleroderma,    psoriasis, neurodermatitis,    eczema,    bullous    dermatosis,    acne,    allergodermia, agiitis, lichen planus, pemphigus etc. Cosmetology Acne   rash,   cellulites,   local   lipodystrophy,   alopecia,   vascular   defects, hypertrophic & keloid scars, age related changes Dentistry Caries   lesions,   hypersensitive   teeth,   cracked   tooth   syndrome,   peri- apical   lesions,   gingival   &   periodontal   diseases,   post-extraction,   post- extraction   alveolitis,   surgical   procedures,   peri-implantitis,   soft-tissue lesions etc. Ophthalmology Blepharitis,     pain     syndrome,     eversion     of     the     eyelid,     glaucoma, ischemia     of     the     eye     ground,     cataract,     keratitis,     conjunctivitis, pemphigus,   erosion   of   the   cornea,   ulcers   of   the   retina,   hordeolum etc. HOW IS IT ADMINISTERED? 1.- Intravenous therapy An   intravenous   line   is   inserted   into   a   vein,   and   100-150ml   of   blood   is drawn   into   a   sterile   vacuum   flask.   Medical   ozone   is   also   inserted   into the   flask   and   when   the   two   are   rapidly   mixed   together,   the   blood turns   a   bright   cherry   red.   This   ozonated   blood   is   now   highly   charged with   oxygenating   power,   and   fed   back   into   the   same   vein.   The   whole procedure takes about 30 minutes. 2.- Vaginal, urethral or rectal insufflations Ozone   is   introduced   into   the   vagina,   urethra   or   rectum   by   means   of   a catheter. 3.- Autohaemotherapy 5-10    ml    blood    is    withdrawn    by    syringe,    mixed    with    ozone,    and injected back into a deep muscle. 4.- External limb bagging A   limb   is   covered   with   an   airtight   bag   and   ozone   is   introduced   into the bag for 30-40 minutes. 5.- Ozonated olive oil Ozone    is    bubbled    through    olive    oil    continuously    for    7    days.    The resulting   cream   is   very   effective   as   a   topical   application   in   a   wide variety of skin conditions. 6.-     Intramuscular,     Intra-articular     &     intradiscal     O2/O3     gas injections. ARE THERE ANY PRECAUTIONS TO OBSERVE? To   prevent   any   unwanted   oxidative   effects,   it   is   best   to   take   a   good anti-oxidant    combination    for    7    days    before    starting    intravenous ozone therapy. Ozone therapy is contraindicated  in the following: Acute   myocardial   infarction,   severe   cardiovascular   instability   (block, Wolff-Parkinson-White),   convulsive   status,   pregnancy,   recent   internal bleeding      and      blood      coagulation      disorder,      severe      anemia, hyperthyroidism,   thrombocytopenia,   cramp   tendency,   ozone   allergy, chronic   relapsing   pancreatitis,   alcoholic   intoxication   and   Fauvism   (a deficiency of the enzyme glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase).   References Bocci,    V.    2002.    Oxygen-Ozone    Therapy.    A    Critical    Evaluation. Kluwer Academic Pub. Bocci, V. 2005. Ozone, A new medical drug. Springer Viehban-Haensler,   R.   2002.   The   Use   of   Ozone   in   Medicine.   4th Ed. ODREI-Pub. Viebahn-Hänsler,   R.   Ozon-Sauerstoff-Therapie.   Editorial   Haug. 2009. Viebahn-Hänsler    R.    Hitos    del    ozono    médico.    Revista    de    la Sociedad Española del Dolor. Vol. 12. II. Editorial ARAN. 2005. 3-9. Menéndez   Cepero   S.   A,   González   Álvarez   Ricardo,   Ledea   Lozano O.E.   et   al.   Ozono:   Aspectos   básicos   y   aplicaciones   clínicas.   Editorial CENIC.2008. Rovira    G.    La    Ozonoterapia    tópica    en    el    manejo    de    úlceras flebostáticas   dolorosas   de   más   de   seis   meses   de   evolución.   Rev.   Soc. Esp. Dolor 12: Nº Extra II, 48-52, 2005. De    Lucas    J.C.    Infiltración    periférica    con    ozono.    Indicaciones, técnicas   y   experiencia   clínica.   Revista   de   la   Sociedad   Española   del Dolor. Vol.12.II. Editorial ARAN. 2005. 37-47. Hidalgo   Tallón   F.J.   Oxígeno-ozonoterapia:   una   realidad   médica. Revista   de   la   Sociedad   Española   del   Dolor.   Vol.16.   3.   Editorial   ARAN. 2009. 190-191. Andreula    C.,    Simonetti    L.,    et    al:    Minimally    Invasive    Oxygen- Ozone   Therapy   for   Lumbar   Disk   Herniation.   AJNR   Am   J   Neuroradiol 24: 996-1000, May 2003. Baeza    J.    Infiltración    neuroaxial    con    ozono.    Fisiopatología    y mecanismos   de   acción.   Revista   de   la   Sociedad   Española   del   Dolor. Vol.12. II. Editorial ARAN.2005. 18-23. Bocci   V.   Mecanismos   de   acción   generales   de   la   ozonoterapia   y mecanismos    en    el    tratamiento    del    dolor.    Revista    de    la    Sociedad Española del Dolor. Vol.12. II. Editorial ARAN. 2005.24-36. Borrelli    e.,    Bocci    V.    A    Novel    Therapeutic    Option    for    Crhonic Fatigue   Syndrome   and   Fibromyalgia.   Riv   Ital   Ossigeno-Ozonoterapia 1: 149-153, 2002   If   you   would   like   additional   information   regarding   our   services or  to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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