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External O3 Administration


Applying ozone therapy into the ear is both easy to perform and effective. In cases of otopyosis or fungal otitis, external O3 is administered through an ordinary plastic tube cotton swab.

First, the ear canal is to be wet with a damp cotton swab. Then, the tip of a new cotton swab is wet and inserted into the ear. A needle with a 10ml syringe is inserted into theother end of the tip and an ozone/oxygen mixture is slowly pushed through the swab and into the ear duct, as shown in the picture to the right. This procedure can be done every day for a maximum of 8 times.

A specially designed stethoscope can also be used to gently push O3 into the ear.  However, this method requires more ozone.