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La Asociaciín Mexicana de Ozonoterapia (AMOZON), en conjunto con la Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa (UAS), a través del centro de Investigación y Docencia en ciencias de la salud del Hospital Civil de Culiacán (CIDOCS), finalizaron recientemente el curso en Culiácan, Sinaloa, México:

 

"IV curso de Medicina regenerativa con la aplicación de concentrados  de factores de crecimiento activados con ozono en: Medicina Estética, Ortopedia y Traumatología". 17 y 18 de septiempre del 2016. Valor Curricular: 12 horas.

 

El curso fue impartido por los Dres:

 

-Dr. Gregorio Martínez Sanchez: Doctor en ciencias farmacéuticas, que tiene en su haber la Autoria de numerosos libros y publicaciones científicas sobre Ozonoterapia y Factores de crecimiento (cerca de 200 publicaciones), Presidente del ISCO3 (International Scientific Committee of Ozonetheraphy) http://isco3.org/ y referencia internacional sobre el tema.

 

-Dr. Froylán Alvarado Güémez: Profesor Adjunto de la Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa (UAS), México. Presidente Asociación Mexicana de Ozonoterapia (AMOZON) miembro del comité Cientifico Internacional de Ozonoterapia. (ISCO3). Profesor titular del progama de Entrenamiento en Ozonoterapia (PEOT).

 

Al evento asistieron 46 médicos, con especialidades como:

-Odontologia/ Endodoncia.

-Médico Cirujano.

-Médico Investigador.

-Médico Acupunturista.

-Ortopedia y Traumatología.

-Medicina del Deporte.

-Ginecólogo.

-Homeópata.

-Enfermera.

 

El curso fue calificado como de alto nivel científico, aportando a los asistentes herramientas que les permitan su uso en el tratamiento de problemas de origen vascular, ortopédico, estético, entre otros.

Cabe destacar que los factores concentrados de crecimiento (CGF) tienen también amplio uso en odontología y patología bucal en general promoviendo la cicatrización de heridas mejorando la granulación y favoreciendo la osteosintesis.

 

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Title

The use of ozone in a complex treatment and its effect on functional potential of cardio-vascular system and on specific resistance in patients with ischemic hearth disease.

Author

Bykov, Anatoly

Author

Kontorshchikova, Claudia

Author

Sycheva, Elena

Abstract

The aim of the work is to study the ozonetherapy effect in subtropical conditions of the Caucasian Black Sea coast on adaptive potentials of cardiovascular system in patients with stenocardia of groups I, II and III. There were examined and treated 134 patients with cardio-vascular disorders, 80 having stenocardia.The ozonated saline (0,9%) NaCl) was prepared with “Medozon” ozonator. The course of ozonetherapy consisted of 6 sessions of ozonated saline infusions of 200ml (ozone concentration –1,0 mgr/l) done every second day. Apart from ozonetherapy, complex spa treatment included thalassotherapy, aerotherapy, heliotherapy, balneotherapy and diet therapy. The received results demonstrated positive dynamics of stroke and minute blood volume and cardiac index, testifying the improvement of blood circulation and of cardiac pump function. These data were confirmed by EKG veloergometry readings. Ozonetherapy proved to increase functional potentials of cardiovascular system, its functional economy and capacity (tolerance to physical loads, the scope of work, etc).

Book Title

Proceedings of the 15th Ozone World Congress, 11th - 15th September 2001, Medical Therapy Conference

Place

London, UK.

Publisher

International Ozone Association

Date

2001

Language

English

URL

http://www.dreddyclinic.com/ozone/ischemicheartdisease.pdf

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Journal Article

Title

Therapeutic effects of topical application of ozone on acute cutaneous wound healing

Author

Kim, Hee Su

Author

Noh, Sun Up

Author

Han, Ye Won

Author

Kim, Kyoung Moon

Author

Kang, Hoon

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Kim, Hyung Ok

Author

Park, Young Min

Abstract

This study was undertaken to evaluate the therapeutic effects of topical ozonated olive oil on acute cutaneous wound healing in a guinea pig model and also to elucidate its therapeutic mechanism. After creating full-thickness skin wounds on the backs of guinea pigs by using a 6 mm punch biopsy, we examined the wound healing effect of topically applied ozonated olive oil (ozone group), as compared to the pure olive oil (oil group) and non-treatment (control group). The ozone group of guinea pig had a significantly smaller wound size and a residual wound area than the oil group, on days 5 (P<0.05) and 7 (P<0.01 and P<0.05) after wound surgery, respectively. Both hematoxylin-eosin staining and Masson-trichrome staining revealed an increased intensity of collagen fibers and a greater number of fibroblasts in the ozone group than that in the oil group on day 7. Immunohistochemical staining demonstrated upregulation of platelet derived growth factor (PDGF), transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta) and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) expressions, but not fibroblast growth factor expression in the ozone group on day 7, as compared with the oil group. In conclusion, these results demonstrate that topical application of ozonated olive oil can accelerate acute cutaneous wound repair in a guinea pig in association with the increased expression of PDGF, TGF-beta, and VEGF.

Publication

Journal of Korean Medical Science

Volume

24

Issue

3

Pages

368-374

Date

Jun 2009

Journal Abbr

J. Korean Med. Sci

DOI

10.3346/jkms.2009.24.3.368

ISSN

1598-6357

URL

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19543419

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2010-02-24 16:46:29

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NCBI PubMed

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PMID: 19543419

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Journal Article

Title

[Serum elastase level as the marker of inflamatory reaction and progress of healing during ozonetherapy of trophic crural ulcer]

Author

Kaluza, Grzegorz

Author

Rybak, Zbigniew

Author

Barc, Piotr

Author

Pupka, Artur

Author

Szyber, Piotr

Abstract

Abstract There is no single good and successful method of treatment of trophic ulcer in course of chronic venous disease. Therefore, we are searching for new methods. Ozonetherapy seems to be one of helpful complementary tool. We analyzed the influence of ozonetherapy on ulcer healing and inflammatory response to establish its usefulness and effectiveness. Our material consisted of 160 patients divided into three groups. First group received standard conservative therapy, second local and third general ozonetherapy. We analyzed dimensions of ulceraton area, bacterial culture, markers of inflammatory reaction in all three groups after ten days of treatment. In groups one and three the mean area of ulceration diminishing was 6% in compare to 12% in group two (with local ozonetherapy). We concluded that aquired results confirm positive influence of ozonetherapy both on ulcer healing and elimination of bacterial cultures.

Publication

Przedlad Flebologiczny

Volume

17

Issue

1

Pages

47-50

Date

2009

Language

Polish

DOI

DOI:////10.1066/100030090002

URL

http://www.insight-library.net/?nodeid=journals&_ap_right_content_stage=show_article&_ap_right_content_article_id=1212

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Journal Article

Title

[Immunomodulatory effect of ozone therapy and interferonogens in dermatological practice]

Author

Mokhammed, Daia

Author

Khaldin, A A

Author

Kosheleva, I V

Abstract

The paper describes the results of clinical and laboratory studies and treatment of 148 patients with chronic pyoderma, the pyogenic lesion of the skin. All the patients received immunomodulatory treatment: systemic oxygen-ozone therapy and a nonspecific immunomodulator galavit. The clinical efficiency of the therapy (the rate and amplitude of regression of pyodermic elements, and the duration of remission) and the time course of immunological changes were evaluated. The high efficiency of the treatment and the possibility of a combined or subsequent use of various immunomodulatory corrections were noted in relation to the clinical variety of pyoderma, comorbidity, and the baseline levels of cytokines.

Publication

Rossiysky Zhurnal Kozhnykh i Venericheskikh Boleznei

Issue

4

Pages

34-37

Date

2007

Journal Abbr

Ross Zh Kozhn Vener Boleznei

Language

Russian

ISSN

1560-9588

 

 

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