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Title

Ozonetherapy in Multiple Sclerosis. Case Report.

Author

González Sánchez, Esteban

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Díaz Riverol, Agne

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Salar Peñate,, Yovanny

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Debén Vila, Mayda

Abstract

Multiple sclerosis is a disease that is usually progressive and causes inflammatory and demyelinating lesions in the central nervous system, with outbreaks of worsening disease, causing disability and dependency of patients and a limited respond to current treatments. It has an estimated prevalence of about 85 over 100 000 people. A patient of 28 years with a definitive diagnosis of multiple sclerosis since 2007 is presented. He has experienced suggesting symptoms of the disease since he was 14 years old. He has proved several treatments with little or none improvement and sometimes, they have provoke many side effects on him. He showed relevant signs and symptoms of the disease (ataxia, nystagmus, clonus, spasticity).

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

66-67

Series

2

Language

English, Spanish

ISBN

2174-3215

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Supplement 1

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Title

[Ozonetherapy as rehabilitative treatment of the peripheral facial paralysis Bell type]

Author

Alonso García, Alicia

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Palma López, Maritza

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Santana Álvarez, Jorge

Author

Cuesta Guerra, Iraida

Abstract

Background: The pure ozone on being inhaled is toxic, but has been shown that is reliable and effective when is diluted for therapeutic use. Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of the ozone in patients with peripheral facial paralysis Bell type. Method: An intervention experimental study at Dr. «Orfilio Peláez Molina» Pigmentary Retinosis Provincial Center of Camagüey from January 2002 to June 2005. The universe of study in coincidence with the sample was constituted by 67 patients that complied the inclusion criteria established, as well as equal number of patients with conventional treatment which was named control group, coming from Otorhinolaryngology, Internal Medicine and Rehabilitation consultations of different health areas of the province. To the study group was applied ozone by rectal via 15 sessions with a frequency of 1-3 cycles to the year, the control group complied conventional treatment. Results: The age group between 40-50 years and the female sex were the most frequent was verified, no marked difference among both groups existed, the paralysis in the right hemiface was the most significant one, the symptomatology that lasted among the studied groups was the contracture of the facial muscles in the three cycles of treatment, a greater resolution of the symptoms in the patients of the study group was observed, with better evolution in these cases, as well as the economic and social meaning of the study. Conclusions: Bio-oxidant therapies are more effective, than the conventional treatment with a total savings of $ 21 940.05, improve the biopsychosocial state of each sickperson in general. Palabras llave : Ozone [therapeutic use]; facial paralysis [rehabilitation]; Bell palsy; adult; oxidants [therapeutic use].

Publication

Revista Archivo Médico de Camagüey

Volume

12

Issue

5

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0-0

Date

10/2008

Journal Abbr

AMC

Language

Spanish

ISSN

1025-0255

URL

http://scielo.sld.cu/scielo.php?script=sci_abstract&pid=S1025-02552008000500002&lng=es&nrm=iso&tlng=es

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Title

Ozone treatment for post--operative cerebral edema

Author

Xue, Hong Li

Abstract

The article offers information on the use of ozone as a medicine for the treatment of post-operative cerebral edema. It discusses the treatment for cerebral edema after resection of hemisphere tumor, occlusion of middle cerebral artery and cerebral infarction after aneurysms surgery. It also investigates the function of ozone for the decrease of platelet aggregation, thrombosis and activation of fibrinolysis.

Publication

International Journal of Ozone Therapy

Volume

11

Issue

1

Pages

61-62

Date

April 2012

Journal Abbr

Int J Ozone Ther

Language

English

ISSN

19723539

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Library Catalog

EBSCOhost

Call Number

83332976

 

 

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