autohemotherapy


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autohemotherapy

[¦ȯd·ō‚hēm·ə′ther·ə·pē]
(medicine)
Treatment of disease with the patient's own blood, withdrawn by venipuncture and then injected intramuscularly.
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Autohemotherapy stimulates reticuloendothelial system and increases population of macrophage in circulating blood which might be responsible for enhancing regression rate of papilloma (Turk et al., 2005).
Franzini et al., "Ozone autohemotherapy induces long-term cerebral metabolic changes in multiple sclerosis patients," International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology, vol.
Dois relatos de caso: Autohemotherapy at acupuncture points post orchiectomy surgery in cart horses--eight cases report; e Carcinoma de celulas escamosas em um cao com alopecia por diluicao de cor.
Although ozone is one of the most potent oxidants, has not been yet used as an agent to produce oxidative stress when it is applied intraperitoneal, rectal insufflations or autohemotherapy. Ozone at normal temperature and atmospheric pressure, owing to its high solubility, dissolves into water (e.g.
Increasing the Burbur frequency, glutathione (some authors feel they increase glutathione from 400% to 600%), vitamin C (IV nutrient drips with vitamin C five to 25 grams or more), coffee enemas, ozone IV's bubbled in saline, major autohemotherapy with ultraviolet light and ozone, EDTA for heavy metal chelation and bio-film disruption, far infrared saunas, colon hydrotherapy, and the whole panoply of herbal and homeopathic detox are also helpful.
Out of four animals, two received only autogenous vaccine (group 1) while two other received autogenous vaccine alongwith autohemotherapy (group 2).
In order to demonstrate and teach the technique of orchiectomy in standing position in equine cart horses from Alagoas State in practical classes for the discipline of Veterinary Surgical Technique and enable the surgery at a low coast for the poor community, this paper proposed the evaluation of the use of the postoperative technique of autohemotherapy at acupuncture points as a substitute medical therapy for the use of analgesics and antibiotics, leading to exemption of the surgical cost and promoting welfare in places were such medical drugs are not available.
Rowan postulates that a prolonged cycle of ozonated autohemotherapy may correct tumor hypoxia, leading to less aggressive tumor behavior.
Studies show that intestinal insufflation produces the same level of peroxides and antioxidant systems as major autohemotherapy (infrared intravenous blood irradiation and ozonation) and is much easier, cheaper, and faster.
Ozone and peroxide delivered IV especially with major autohemotherapy, passing the patient's blood by an ultraviolet light, adding ozone or peroxide, and returning the blood past the UV light and back to the body has a wonderful effect on pulmonary problems.