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Journal Article

Title

[Blood ozonation in the treatment of patients with progressive pulmonary tuberculosis concurrent with diabetes mellitus]

Author

Belianin, I I

Author

Shmelev, E I

Abstract

Twenty nine patients with progressive pulmonary tuberculosis in the presence of diabetes mellitus were examined. Fifteen of them (a main group) had an additional course of intravenous dissolved ozone once 6-8 days (4 mg/ml per 400 ml of isotonic sodium chloride). By the end of month 2, 7 patients stopped massive bacterial expiration, which correlated with clinical improvement while a control group (n = 14) showed no clinical and laboratory changes. Following 3 months, 3 control patients stopped massive bacterial expiration. At month 6, 11 patients of the main group also did this, decay cavities became close in 8 patients while in the controls, these figures were 8 and 7, respectively. The use of systemic blood ozoning eliminated chemotherapy resistance and accelerated abacillation and healing in the decay cavities. The mechanism of action of dissolved ozone is discussed.

Publication

Problemy Tuberkuleza

Issue

1

Pages

30-33

Date

1998

Journal Abbr

Probl Tuberk

ISSN

0032-9533

URL

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9553431

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PMID: 9553431

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Title

Biochemical indices in children with endocrine pathology before and after ozonotherapy [abstract]

Author

Lednyova, Irina

Author

Velicho, Magdalena

Publication

Acta Biochimica Polonica

Volume

55

Pages

181

Date

2008

Journal Abbr

Acta Biochim Pol

Language

English

ISSN

0001-527X (Print), 1734-154X (On-line)

URL

http://www.actabp.pl/pdf/Supl3_08/sessionH.pdf

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Title

An integrated medical treatment for type-2 diabetes

Author

Bocci, Velio

Author

Zanardi, Iacopo

Author

Huijberts, Maya S P

Author

Travagli, Valter

Abstract

This paper tries to emphasize two relevant concepts: the first is that type 2 diabetes is a chronic diseases characterized by both a dysmetabolism and a chronic oxidative stress. A variety of orthodox drugs are somewhat able to correct the metabolic alterations, but do not deal with the chronic inflammation. Consequently, as the validity of precisely treating blood with therapeutic ozone concentrations in restoring a redox homeostasis has been now demonstrated, the integration of ozone therapy appears essential for a rational treatment of type 2 diabetes. Such a combination may be able to reduce the diabetic epidemic.

Publication

Diabetes & metabolic syndrome

Volume

8

Issue

1

Pages

57-61

Date

2014 January - March

Journal Abbr

Diabetes Metab Syndr

Language

English

DOI

10.1016/j.dsx.2013.10.004

ISSN

1878-0334

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PMID: 24661761

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