OxyFile #371

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Authority: August Caille, M.D.
Professor: Children's Diseases Post-Graduate Medical School,
New York, N. Y.


Subject: OZONE - for Chlorosis


Increase of Oxyhemoglobin, Case Histories

The period of my observations extended over five months.
Altogether this report embraces 22 cases. The salient points in
the cases treated with OZONE inhalations are as follows:

Case 4. Chlorosis ant Anemia. E.V., 11 years old.  Extreme anemia
Cold skin.  No appetite.  Daily headache.  No marked improvement
after iron and arsenic.  Vital capacity 90.  Oxyhemoglobin 7%. 
OZONE inhalation twice daily for 15 minutes, for two weeks. 
Followed by a very great improvement.  11% oxyhemoglobin.  Vital
capacity 120.  Warm skin.  Good appetite.  No headache.

Case 5. E.H., 22 years old.  Oxyhemoglobin 8%.  General condition
and treatment as in case 4.  After two weeks inhalations, 10%
Oxyhemoglobin and general condition very good.

Case 6. Severe anemia since birth in a sickly looking and
emaciated girl of 11 years.  5% oxyhemoglobin.  Skin and mucous
membranes white.  General condition bad.  No improvement after
change of climate and iron, arsenic, phosphorus, etc.  OZONE, 3
times daily for 10 weeks.  Great change noticeable.  Good color,
warm skin, good appetite, no headache, great ambition to work and
study.  10% oxyhemoglobin.

Case 7. Chlorosis.  K. W., 19 years old.  Menses acant, every 8 to
10 weeks.  All other symptoms of great anemia present.  Duration
of illness 4 years.  8% oxyhemoglobin.  OZONE inhalations daily
for 10 weeks, during which time the menses appeared twice at
proper intervals.  3% increases in oxyhemoglobin.

Case 8. Chlorosis.  C. B., 20 years old.  Much like case 7.  No
noteworthy improvement after iron.  8% oxyhemoglobin.  OZONE
inhalations daily for three months.  Complete cure.  3% gain in
oxyhemoglobin.

Case 9. Chronic Bronchitis and Great Anemia.  A. A., 40 years old. 
8% oxyhemoglobin.  After daily inhalations for 2 months, great
improvement in regards to anemia.

Case 10. Chlorosis and Nervous Prostration.  E. S., 241 years old.
Daily inhalations of OZONE for 4 weeks increased the oxyhemoglobin
3% and made further treatment unnecessary.  No relapse after 2
months.

Case 11. Anemia and Chronic Naso-pharyngeal Catarrh.  A. R., 20
years old.  Oxyhemoglobin 9%.  Cured after inhaling for 2 months
and ended local treatment of Naso-pharynx.  3% gain in
oxyhemoglobin.

Case 12 Chlorosis of long standing.  E. K., 22 years old. 
Inhalation three months.  All symptoms removed or much improved. 
3% gain in oxyhemoglobin.

Case 13. Anemia in Tuberculosis of Cutis.  M. C., 22 years old. 
Unable to attend to business.  No effect from usual drugs.  After
three months inhalations is in excellent general condition, but
the skin affection remains stationary.  2% increase in
oxyhemoglobin.

Case 14. Extreme anemia from chronic lead poisoning.  After 50
inhalations oxyhemoglobin increased 3%.  No relapse after two
months.

Pertussis: Seven cases, Children ranging from 18 months to 7
years.  Each case well marked and of average severity.  Two to
three inhalations given daily.  All cases discharged alter two
weeks, except one which lasted four weeks.  The improvement became
manifest after the first three or four inhalations, as regards the
severity and frequency of the spasmodic attacks.  The children
slept better during the night after OZONE inhalations, than before
the treatments, and the youngest children under observation
usually went to sleep after each inhalation. (Whooping Cough)

CONCLUSIONS: Daily Inhalations of Ozone Increases the Quantity of
Oxyhemoglobin in the Blood from 1% to 4% in a Short Time.

In Pertussis, OZONE inhalations have a very distinct curative
effect as regards the duration and severity of the disease.  In
Chlorosis and anemia, Ozone inhalations are exceedingly valuable
from a therapeutic stand point and give better and prompter
results than any other form of medication.  Atmospheric medication
is readily secured, making this probably a valuable procedure in
the treatment of Diphtheria, Scarlet Fever and other infectious
diseases.

I am convinced that it would be a value in Pernicious Anemia.  The
anemia children who came under treatment were very sick,
especially the one case I referred to, in which everything had
been tried, and it was really remarkable how soon this child
picked up and became better in every way after inhaling OZONE.  I
was thoroughly surprised at the result.


In "Report to the American Society:" Boston, Mass.