Madrid Declaration on Ozone Therapy (2nd edition)
ISCO3, 2nd. edition, 2015, 50 pages

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The importance of the Madrid Declaration on Ozone Therapy

The “Madrid Declaration on Ozone Therapy” is the first and only global consensus document in the history of ozone therapy. It has become an important reference tool for health professionals that use ozone therapy. anywhere in the world.

2nd. edition of the Madrid Declaration reflects the latest medical and scientific advances that have occurred in the scientific world of ozone therapy. The information summarized in the Declaration is based on over 2,000 scientific publications, books and articles found in the International Library of ISCO3 Ozone.
1st. edition was published on 4 June 2010. By updating ISCO3 ozonetherapists requested help from around the world to propose modifications-ISCO3 received a high number of important proposals from different countries.

The Madrid Declaration can work with specific objectives, ensuring a unified practice with great precision and safety.

CONTENTS

1. THERAPEUTIC BASIS
2. OZONE (O3X). BASIC PRINCIPLES
2.1 Contraindications
2.2 Interactions with ozone
2.3 Adverse effects
2.3.1 Grade 1 Mild
2.3.2 Grade 2 Moderate
2.3.3 Grade 3 Severe
2.3.4 Grade 4
2.3.5 Grade 5
2.4 Toxicity
2.5 Pediatric Dose rectal insufflation
3. MAIN ROUTES OF APPLICATION
Routes 3.1 recommended application
3.1.1 greater Autohemoterapia (AHTMayor)
3.1.2 lower Autohemoterapia (AHTMenor)
3.1.3 intramuscular and intra-articular infiltration
3.1.4 paravertebral infiltration
3.1.5 disc herniation
3.1.6 intradiscal infiltration
3.1.7 Infiltration sacral hiatus flow / epidural transluminal
3.1.8 Infiltration intraforaminal
3.1.9 Treatment intra-articular
3.1.10 glove technique (technique Subcutaneous emphysema)
3.1.11 Gasification bag
3.1.12 Technical subcutaneous
3.1.13 Suction ozone
3.1.14 Insufflation in fistulas
3.1.15 Ophthalmology
3.1.16 vaginal insufflation
3.1.17 insufflation vesicourethral
3.1.18 otic insufflation
3.1.19 Infiltration intratonsilar
3.1.20 Micro doses of ozone trigger points and acupuncture
3.1.21 subcutaneous
3.1.22 ozonated saline
3.1.23 extracorporeal ozonation (EBOO)
3.1.24 rectal insufflation
Routes 3.2 applications are not recommended be unsafe
3.2.1 ozone direct IV injection
3.2.2 direct intra-arterial injection
3.3 Application Paths prohibited
Routes 3.4 applications that have not received full consensus
3.4.1 Intra-articular injection of ozonated water
3.4.2 intra-peritoneal insufflation

3.5 Essential requirements
4. PATHOLOGIES MORE APPROPRIATE TO BE TREATED WITH OZONE
Diseases 4.1 Level A
Disease level 4.2 B
4.3 Diseases C level
5. GENERAL RULES OF TREATMENT
6. MAKE GROUND RULES FOR OZONE training courses
ADDENDUM A. Clinical application of ozone in dentistry
ADDENDUM B. Mutagenesis, toxicity and adverse reactions in ozone
REFERENCES

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