Ozone Therapy and the Heart Live!

Ozone Therapy And The Heart Live!

Ozone therapy video on what occurs with the heart during medical ozone RHP. We have taken an older gentleman with heart disease and put him on ozone therapy as well as an ultrasound machine to show exactly what happens to the heart during this therapy. This in an effort not only to show the efficacy of medical ozone but as well to show the safety of ozone therapies. Contact peter@medicalozone.info Website

Ozone Therapy And The Heart Live!

Ozone Therapy and the Heart Live!

Ozone therapy video on what occurs with the heart during medical ozone RHP. We have taken an older gentleman with heart disease and put him on ozone therapy as well as an ultrasound machine to show exactly what happens to the heart during this therapy. This in an effort not only to show the efficacy of medical ozone but as well to show the safety of ozone therapies. Contact peter@medicalozone.info Website http://www.ozoneuniversity.com

Ozone Therapy And The Heart Live!
Ozone Therapy And The Heart Live!
Ozone Therapy And The Heart Live!
Ozone Therapy And The Heart Live!
Ozone Therapy And The Heart Live!

Ozone Therapy And The Heart Live!

15 thoughts on “Ozone Therapy and the Heart Live!

  1. You need alot more videos like this! What your doing here should be done
    for people all over the world!!! This type of thing should be getting far
    more press than what is currently is! Do you plan on doing any tests for
    the major world medical community so other medical professionals can
    see/test this out…any conferences, large clinical testing, etc???

  2. I’m 24-years old and have mild regurgitation and coronary heart disease due
    to a serotonin overdose. In addition to a clean diet, hawthorn extract, and
    l-arginine, this could very well save my life! I can’t wait to try this
    out. Thank you so much for posting this.

  3. My only beef with all the ozone videos that use the color differences as a
    “selling point”. First lets clarify, SPO2 is a % of hemoglobin that has an
    oxygen molecule attached to it – this is not a calculation, but an
    approximation or %. Spo2 is measuring the pulsatile blood also known as
    arterial blood, which is oxygenated. The patient as per the EBOO protocol
    is NOT cannulated with an IV in an artery but a vein, venous blood is not
    as oxygenated as arterial blood making it much redder. When you inhale
    oxygen your SPo2 % goes up, when you inject oxygenated blood your Spo2 goes
    up – these are not the highlights of Ozone. 2,3DPG is the chemical that
    creates the affinity for oxygen on hemoglobin which is O2, now when you
    push that off the heme and attach O3 (ozone) your mitochondria get more
    basic currency to conduct work which is the basis of ozono-therapy. The
    patient had an increase in ejection fraction because of how ozone affects
    the mitochondria not because the hyper-oxygenated blood. I believe in Ozone
    and use it to heal my torn Labrum in my hip – I am not a nay-sayer but
    merely want to create competent patients that can effectively advocate for
    their needs. 

    1. Unless you have worked with our system and protocol which is far superior
      than normal forms of ozone therapy, I can see how you would think as you
      do. I would say more but I feel that you have your opinion and are entitled
      to it. Some of what you say however, is correct…

    2. So what else makes the venous blood look like it’s arterial? When I draw a
      VBG and an ABG then compare them I get the same contrast you demonstrated
      as long as the patient doesn’t have pulmonary compromise. Please educate me
      if I am missing something. Does the EBOO have some special micron filter,
      if so what size? Does it add anything else to the blood besides O3?

    3. +PatD62104 I am sorry but the therapy and process are proprietary so I am
      unable to disclose the details. If you wish to understand more you would
      need to send me an email and be trained as a technician on the process.

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