EBO2 Therapy

EBO2 therapy, also known as Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation therapy, is an alternative medical treatment that involves the combination of two main components: blood oxygenation and ozone therapy.



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During the procedure, a patient's blood is temporarily drawn, oxygenated, and infused with ozone before being reintroduced into the body. EBO2 therapy can enhance oxygen delivery, stimulate the immune system, reduce inflammation, and address various health issues.


Blood Oxygenation (Extracorporeal Oxygenation):

EBO2 therapy starts with a process similar to extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), a medical technique used to provide life support for individuals with severe respiratory or cardiac failure. During this part of the therapy, a small amount of the patient's blood is drawn from the body through a specialized machine. In the machine, the blood is oxygenated, meaning it is infused with a higher concentration of oxygen than what is typically found in the bloodstream. The oxygenated blood is then returned to the patient's body. The goal is to improve oxygen delivery to the cells and tissues, which may help with various health conditions.

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Ozone Therapy:

Ozone therapy involves the administration of ozone gas (O3) into the body. Ozone is a molecule consisting of three oxygen atoms, as opposed to the usual two atoms found in the oxygen we breathe (O2). Proponents of ozone therapy claim that it can stimulate the immune system, improve circulation, and have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects. Ozone can be introduced into the body in various ways, including through the bloodstream (autohemotherapy) or through the application of ozone gas to a specific area of the body. Combination Treatment: EBO2 therapy combines the oxygenation of blood with ozone therapy. Proponents suggest that the combination can help improve oxygen levels in the blood, boost immune function, reduce inflammation, and address various health issues, including infections, chronic conditions, and even cancer.


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