First evaluations of oxygen-ozone therapy in antibiotic-resistant infections

  • Marianno Franzini | marianno.franzini@gmail.com Oxygen-Ozone Therapy Scientific Society, Gorle (BG), Italy.
  • Luigi Valdenassi Oxygen-Ozone Therapy Scientific Society, Gorle (BG); Department of Internal Medicine and Medical Therapy, University of Pavia, Italy.
  • Giulia Ionita Department of Internal Medicine and Medical Therapy, University of Pavia, Italy.

Abstract

Acquired antibiotic resistance represents one of the main restrictions to an effective antibacterial chemotherapy. The continuous growth of the phenomenon draws a therapeutical problem to eradicate infections. Ozone presents known properties, such as antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, immunomodulation, and reactivation of microcirculation. Oxygen-ozone therapy has no collateral effects, it is minimally invasive, it is not painful and it does not cause allergic or toxic reactions or drug-drug interactions. Therefore, oxygen-ozone therapy has proved to be useful to control and run out infections in patients with a noted antimicrobial resistant pathology. We are evaluating the best protocol to treat these pathologies, to obtain the most efficient therapeutical response.

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Published
2016-04-05
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Keywords:
Antibiotic-resistance, infections, oxygen-ozone therapy.
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Franzini, M., Valdenassi, L., & Ionita, G. (2016). First evaluations of oxygen-ozone therapy in antibiotic-resistant infections. Ozone Therapy, 1(1), 5-7. https://doi.org/10.4081/ozone.2016.5838