Improvement of neurological conditions and recovery of the left ventricular ejection fraction subsequent to oxygen-ozone therapy through auto-hemoinfusion of ozonated blood
AbstractHere we present the case of a 76-year-old patient who suffered from ischemic cardiopathy and myocardial infarction in January 2014, arterial hypertension, kidney failure, Parkinsonism, vascular multinfarctual ischemic cerebropathy, cerebral ictus, neurogenic bladder, and inguinal hernia. The left ventricular ejection fraction evaluated through repeated echocardiographic examinations remained reduced to 33% from January 2014 to March 2015. The left ventricular ejection fraction, after 14 months from acute myocardial infarction and despite the coronary angioplasty and medical therapy, remained constantly reduced to 33%. On 3rd July 2015 he started the oxygen-ozone therapy with 2 autohemoinfusions of ozonated blood per week. Over the first two months of therapy we noticed a marked improvement of his heart conditions with a net reduction in asthenia and neurological status, the improvement of heart conditions was corroborated by the echocardiogram of 5th November 2015 which showed an increase in the left ventricular ejection fraction from 33% to 50%. In this case the heart function improvement of left ventricular ejection fraction was noticed only after having started the systemic oxygen-ozone therapy through large autohemoinfusion. In April 2015, before starting the oxygen-ozone therapy we assessed the patient’s inguinal hernia to be inoperable due to the lapsed heart conditions, while the subsequent reassessment in December 2015, after the patient underwent oxygen-ozone therapy for 5 months, we assessed him to be operable considering the heart function improvement.
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