You may have heard of Ozone Therapy before, and you may even think it’s a “new thing”.
If that is the case, you’re in for more than a few surprises when it comes to learning a bit more about Ozone Therapy, and what it can do for you.
Exercises are considered as aerobic and anaerobic activities in which fatigue occurs by consuming much of ATP and forming lactic acid in muscles and blood that requires recovery to be able to resume work. The fatigue and time of recovery are problems have been noticed and they affect the athletic performance level.
The industrial applications of ozone exploit its antiseptic properties making it very useful in the disinfection of water, both for its purification and for the treatment of sewage (Fig. 1). It is more effective than chlorine and also eliminates the viruses that are able to survive in presence of high concentrations of chlorine.
Three more trials are going on in China; two coordinated by Tinjian Universiy and a third one in Wuhan’s Union Hospital. We only have a preliminary report of the first two cases. Another trial is waiting for approval in Italy and two more trials are being prepared in Portugal and Brazil, all last three with WFOT’s help.
We inform you that due to the sustained efforts of Dr. Stefan Tiron, President of WFOT and SSROOT, a collaboration protocol was concluded in Romania between Romanian Scientific Society of Oxygen Ozone Therapy and the Romanian Society of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, for the introduction of ozone therapy in intensive care units, as an adjuvant treatment of current infection with SARS-CoV-2.