OxyFile #295

The Efficacy of O2/O3 Low Pressure Application in Badly Healing 

Horst Werkmeister

Former head of the Radiography Department, Lutheran Hospital, D-4200 
Oberhausen (Germany)


In a retrospective investigation for the electronic measurement of 
photographs showing decubitus and badly healing postoperative 
lesions, a report is given on wound healing under treatment with low 
pressure ozone/oxygen gas applications.  The treatment method as well 
as conditions presented by the patient and a differentiation of the 
wounds considered are presented in addition to the healing rate and 
tendencies.  The study presents impressive individual cases in the 
context of wound healing time, as well as the result of a model 
statistical calculation for wound healing time.

Publish Date: 1991