Ozone in Application to Cardiac Angina Disease
18th March 2007 by Arrow Durfee Posted in Uncategorized
Changes Of The Blood Stasis Indices Under The Influence Of Ozone Therapy In Cardiac Angina Diseased
I. Okrut, Claudia Kontorshchikova, O. Maslennikov
Medical Academy, Nizhni Novgorod, Russia.
The purpose of this investigation was to study the hemocoagulation changes of the cardiac angina disease under the influence of ozone therapy. Ozone therapy, indicated to such disease, revealed a number of changes in blood stasis system. The lowering of hypercoagulation, as well as the progress of the functional characteristics of thrombocytes, were mentioned. The treatment consisted of 7 – 10 sessions, one a day, of intravenous infusion of the ozonized saline solution. At the end of the treatment an increase in the thromboplastin formation time, at an average of 13 %, in comparison with the initial condition, was achieved. The level of fibrinogen (in 86 %) lowered at an average from 5,3 to 4,1 g/L against a considerable increase of the fibrinolitic activity. The decrease of ADP – Induced aggregation of thrombocytes at an average of 16 %, after ozone therapy, is pointing out the influence of ozone upon the membrane structures of blood laminae. We can conclude that ozone has an antithrombogenic effect. Consequently, ozone therapy, in the cardiac angina disease, may be regarded as a remedy for lowering hypercoagulation blood stasis.
Source: 3rd International Symposia on Ozone Applications, June 2000.