WHO (World Health Organization) has just published in its virtual library “COVID-19 – Global literature on coronavirus disease” three papers on Ozone Saline Solution, a route of application of ozone therapy, as a complementary therapy, and COVID-19.


 (1) Complementary application of the ozonized saline solution in mild and severe patients with pneumonia COVID-19: A non-randomized pilot study

Schwartz, A .; Martínez-Sánchez, G .; de Lucía, A. M .; Viana, S. M .; Constanta, A. M. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacognosy Research; 9 (2): 126-146, 2021.

Article | WHO COVID | ID: covidwho-984802


The research was carried out in mild and severe patients hospitalized for COVID-19 at the Viamed Virgen de la Paloma Hospital in Madrid (Spain). It yielded very positive and quick results, using the Ozone Saline Solution – an application  route of ozone therapy, as complementary therapy.



Access to full article https://jppres.com/jppres/pdf/vol9/jppres20.971_9.2.126.pdf


(2) Potential Cytoprotective Activity of Ozone Therapy in SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19.

Martínez-Sánchez, Gregorio; Schwartz, Adriana; Donna, Vincenzo Di.

Antioxidants (Basel); 9 (5) 2020 May 06.Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-854062


The scientific journal where this paper has been published has an impact level 5.014, H index 33

Cite Score 3.7. For an article in support of the medical use of ozone, this is the published article with the highest impact index.


Access to full article https://aepromo.org/la-revista-antioxidants-factor-de-impacto-4-520-publica-articulo-sobre-ozonoterapia-y-covid-19/


(3) Potential use of ozone in SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19

International Scientific Committee of Ozone Therapy.

Non-conventional | Grey literature | ID: grc-743616



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