OxyFile #387

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Authorities:  Drs. L. Abbe and Oudin, M.D.,
Paris, France


Subject:  OZONE - for Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Our observation of treatments of pulmonary tuberculosis by
inhalation of OZONE covering three years includes 38 cases, seven
being in the first stage and 23 in the second stage, with eight
being in the final stage.

ALL WITHOUT EXCEPTION, EXPERIENCED CONSIDERABLE IMPROVEMENT,
PERMANENT IN MOST CASES, AND THAT FOR SUCH LENGTH OF TIME, IN 13
CASES THAT WE CAN CONSIDER THEM CURED.

The first result of the treatment is the return of appetite, which
soon becomes imperious, obliging patients to eat four or five
times each day.  Then one sees the lessening of the diarrhea,
vomiting and sweats.  This triple improvement is soon accompanied
by the return of strength ant flesh.

ACCOMPANYING THIS RETURN OF FLESH THERE IS A CORRESPONDING
INCREASE OF OXYHEMOGLOBIN, WHICH WAS EXAMINED IN ALL CASES BY
HENOQUIES'S PROCESS OF HEMOTOSPECTROSCOPY.

The functional symptoms also improved very favorable and rapidly. 
The cough became more and more rare until it occurred only at
awakening before finally disappearing altogether.  The frothy
expectorations became more solid and gradually less abundant.

Several of our patients had experienced spitting of blood, even
frequent serious.  In no case did it occur during the course of
the treatment.  The sore spots, the difficulty in breathing,
disappeared gradually as the conditions improved and the fever
also.

Among the patients in the first stage, at the end of two months at
the most, there were no longer any abnormal noises.  Even among
patients in the first stage, we found noticeable stethoscopic
modifications, as the disappearance of rales.

To the eloquent figures we have cited, we add only a few words to
emphasize the fact that our patients have all, or nearly all, been
drawn from the poorer classes, that is to say, living under
detestable hygienic conditions, AND HAVE HAD NO OTHER TREATMENT
THAN THE OZONE INHALATIONS FOR A QUARTER OF AN HOUR EACH DAY AND
THAT FOR A NUMBER OF THEM, DURING A LONG AND RIGOROUS WINTER.

WE ARE ABSOLUTELY CONVINCED, AND SEVERAL CASES ACTUALLY OBSERVED,
ENABLE US TO AFFIRM, THAT BY LONGER AND MORE FREQUENT INHALATIONS,
THERE CAN BE OBTAINED THERAPEUTIC RESULTS MUCH MORE RAPID, MORE
COMPLETE AND STILL MORE CONCLUSIVE.


In "Report to Paris Congress for the Study of Tuberculosis"