Ozone in Blood – externally added ozone
This is a simple procedure:
- Blood is taken from the patient and put into a bag or bottle.
- A small amount of anticoagulant is added.
- An equal amount of ozone is added to the mix.
- The blood is returned to the patient.
There are variations to this and exact amounts of blood and ozone can vary.
One new technique is O3UV where two oxidative treatments – MAHT and ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI) – are performed together. O3UV involves mixing the following:
- 60 cc of blood,
- 60 cc of ozone in 160 cc of saline, and
- 1,000 units of heparin.
When combined, the mixture is passed through a UBI device and then returned to the patient.
MAHT is used for a number of disorders including:
|Arterial circulatory disturbances • Peripheral arterial circulatory disturbance
• Cerebral circulatory disturbance (poststroke)
• Ocular circulatory disturbances (retinopathies)
|Virus-caused diseases • Hepatitis B and C
• Herpes simplex, herpes zoster
|Angiopathia • Diabetic angiopathia||General immune deficiency • Complementary concept in oncology
• Chronic inflammatory issues