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Conference Paper

Title

Ozone Therapy for Viral Hepatitis.What Can be Expected?

Author

Konrad, Heinz

Abstract

The author introduced ozone therapy (OT) into Brazil in 1975 and is the pioneer of ozone therapy in this country. The author presents what, based on his clinical observations during 37 years, can be expected from ozone therapy and how it should be given, in cases of acute or chronic viral hepatitis. The author has neither the setup, nor the desire or purpose of doing laboratory research work, biochemical analyses, microbial research, etc., thus justifying the pure clinical and observational nature of this paper. Acute viral hepatitis (A, B, C) patients should receive OT as soon as possible, in the form of Major Auto-Hemotherapy (MAHT). Rectal ozone insufflation may be reserved for patients who cannot or may not receive MAHT.

Date

7th - 9th June, 2012

Proceedings Title

Revista Española de Ozonoterapia

Conference Name

III International Congress of AEPROMO

Place

Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

Publisher

AEPROMO

Volume

2

Pages

50

Series

2

Language

English

ISBN

2174-3215

URL

 

Extra

Supplement 1

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Journal Article

Title

Hepatitis C and human immunodeficiency virus infection following ozone autohaemotherapy

Author

Daschner, F D

Publication

European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases: Official Publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology

Volume

16

Issue

8

Pages

620

Date

Aug 1997

Journal Abbr

Eur. J. Clin. Microbiol. Infect. Dis

ISSN

0934-9723

URL

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9323479

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2010-02-19 19:39:33

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NCBI PubMed

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PMID: 9323479

 

 

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Title

[Hemocarboperfusion with an ozonized sorbent in the treatment of patients with progressive pulmonary tuberculosis combined with hepatitis]

Author

Belianin, I I

Abstract

Evidence is given on the use of hemocarboperfusion for treating patients with progressive pulmonary tuberculosis combined with hepatitis. The use of a hemosorbent that was preliminary treated with ozone promoted fuller restoration of liver function. The materials are given, which support a hypothesis to the effect that contact of blood with sorbent induces not only sorption but also as enzymatic-catalytic process. It was suggested that the ozone-treated sorbent displays properties similar to those inherent in the oxygenase cell system, i. e. they promote the "transformation" of oxidized substrates from hydrophobic to hydrophilic states.

Publication

Problemy Tuberkuleza

Issue

1

Pages

21-25

Date

1993

Journal Abbr

Probl Tuberk

ISSN

0032-9533

URL

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8327431

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2010-02-19 18:53:57

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PMID: 8327431

 

 

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