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Normobaric ozone therapy compared to hyperbar method

  • Hyperbaric devices contain several independently operating Security systems.
  • These devices work with a closed system, therefore none
    Contamination risk as with normobaric procedure (see Hepatitis cases
    normobaric therapy).
  • The hyperbaric application achieves a much higher oxygen partial pressure in
    the plasma bottle.
  • therefore a significantly higher redox potential is achieved under the same conditions
  • You get a significantly improved O2 saturation in the arterial blood as well as an
    improved oxygen delivery to the tissue/li>

  • There is a direct correlation between increasing oxygen partial pressure
    in the erythrocytes and a correspondingly higher redox potential.
    However, this or a similar relation does not apply to pure blood plasma.
  • Pressure-assisted systems are much gentler for the blood components in the blood collection, because the acceptance vacuum is controllable.
    Normobar depends on the bottle vacuum. In other words, the initially high bottle vacuum
    means high acceleration of the patient’s blood during the decrease, thus
    high impact energy of the solid blood components on the filter of the transfusion set will cause multiple destruction of these parts (hemolysis).
  • Gravity systems (normobaric) rely on blood volumes of 50 – 80 ml.
    Pressure-assisted systems are available for example for a blood volume of 200 ml
    This means, for a required amount of ozone from
    3000 micrograms at 50 ml blood = 60 micrograms per ml blood (normobaric)
    3000 micrograms with 200 ml of blood = 15 micrograms per ml of blood (hyperbaric)
    It follows a much lower burden of the patient’s blood in more effective
    Treatment volume and better treatment success
  • Time: 8o ml of blood are about 1600 drops, at retransfusion speed
    90 drops / min. it takes about 18 minutes for the blood to return (normobaric).
    200 ml of blood need 120 mm Hg on retransfusion with physiological pressure
    which is about 6 -8 minutes.
    The time savings of the pressure infusion results in a relief of the patient
    simultaneous increase in the efficiency of the therapy.