OxyFile #474


Clinical Aspect of O2/O3 in Rheumatic Diseases

Z. Fahmy.

Augusta-Klinik, 55543 Bad Kreuznach, Germany.

Among the disorders collectively named as rheumatism, progressive 
chronic polyarthritis constitutes a great problem, not only as 
regards to the frequency of its occurrence (1-2 % of the 
population), but also as  regards its most effective therapy. 
Apart from non-medication (or physical) therapy methods, long-term 
antirheumatics, or so called basis therapeutics, represent the 
only medicaments known to have effects on the pathological  
processes involved, going beyond a symptomatic influence, contrary 
to the non-steroid antirheumatics and the corticoids. In medical 
ozone research over the recent year, we have arrived at results 
with confirm the necessity for therapeutical application of an 
ozone-oxygene gas  mixture, not only clinically, but also 
biochemically.


Source: 2nd International Symposium on Ozone Applications
        Havana, Cuba - Mach 24-26, 1997.