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Applications

Major autohemotherapy

In this really important therapy, the results in the patient are observed faster due to it being a systemic procedure. It consists in the extraction of the patient's blood (between 50 and 200 ml) to a sterile glass flask containing anticoagulant solution, mixing it with ozone slowly and then reinjecting it to the patient. It has an approximate duration of 30 minutes.

Intermediate Autohemotherapy

It consists in the extraction of the patient's blood (between 10 and 20 ml) to a syringe containing ozone, mixing them slowly and then reinjecting it to the patient. It has an approximate duration of 10 minutes.

Minor Autohemotherapy or Vaccination

It consists in the extraction of the patient's blood (between 5 and 10 ml) to a syringe containing ozone, mixing them slowly and then giving an intramuscular injection to the patient. It has an approximate duration of 10 minutes.

Paravertebral

It consists of an intramuscular paravertebral injection of the gas into the herniated disc. Improvement rates are close to 80%.

Rectal Insufflation

This is the most popular application of ozone in Cuba. It also has a systemic effect. When applied via the rectum, ozone is quickly dissolved and passes through the mucous membrane into the bloodstream. This is a non-invasive procedure that can be applied safely to children. A plastic sound is introduced in the patient´s rectum and the ozone is administered with a 100 – 300 ml syringe.

Intramuscular Injection

Used for inflammatory wounds in a muscular level. Between 10 and 20 ml of the gas are injected very slowly in the buttocks.

Intraarticular Injection

Depending on the area to be treated, between 5 – 10 ml of the gas is applied to the wounded joint.

Vaginal Insufflation

A plastic catheter is introduced in the vagina and between 300 and 800 ml of ozone are then injected. Recommended for vulvovaginits, cervicitis, etc.

Uretral

This method is performed in patients with treatment-resistant infections in both the bladder and urethra. A catheter is introduced all the way to the bladder or urethra, injecting between 50 and 100 ml of the gas.

Bag

The wound or member to be treated is covered with a hermetically sealed bag, the gas is then applied and left to act for a time of between 20 to 45 minutes.