Rectal Ozone Therapy
Rectal insufflation with an O3/O2 gas mixture is increasingly being used as a systemic therapeutic form, and is viewed by many as an alternative to MAH. It is the method of choice in pediatrics.
- lcerous colitis
- Proctitis, stages I and II
- Anal fistulae and fissures
- Indications cited for MAH
- Hepatitis B and C
- For immunomodulation
Rectal ozone application is simple, low-cost and practically free of adverse reactions when dosages are adhered to.
It is often recommended that an enema or colonic of some kind be used prior to the insufflation.
Cuban literature recommends an ozone concentration of 40 μg/ml and 200 ml, for a duration of 20 daily sessions
German literature recommends rectal insufflation 10–25 μg/ml max. 300 ml
Russian literature says the procedures are done with Janet syringe or with a help of special poly-chlor-vinil tube with a patient lying on the left side with knees bent. Purgative enema is to be done two hours before the procedure. Rectal insufflations are done with the ozone concentration in ozone/oxygen mixture of 10-60 mg/l, the volume ranges from 150 ml to 1,000 ml, depending on the pathology, its course and stage. For newborns the volume is 20-50 ml, for children it is 50-100 ml (H. Dorstewitz, 1990).
American authors set the following concentration levels:
- 1st treatment – 20 μg/ml and 100 cc
- Increase daily by increments of 5 gamma and reach a final gamma of up to 40 μg/ml and up to 400 cc or as the patient can tolerate. This continues for a 21-day cycle, stops for 2 months and then repeats if needed.
Conservatively the Madrid Declaration puts rectal ozone in three application doses.
|Low||10 μg/ml and 100 ml|
|Medium||20 μg/ml and 100 ml|
|High||30 μg/ml and 150 ml|
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