APPLICATION OF OZONE IN MEDICINE
Slavcho Rakovsky1 and Gennady Zaikov2
1 Institute of Catalysis, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1113 Sofia
2 Institute of Biochemical Physics, 117 334 Moscow, Russia; email@example.com
This review deals with the application of ozone in medicine, its effects on the human organism and its use as a therapeutic approach and sterilizing agent.
A particular attention is paid to the therapeutic properties, therapeutic dosage and scope of application.
Some mechanisms of the ozone effect at exposure on different organs and systems in human body are also considered.
Ozone toxicity is reviewed. The ozone use as a sterilizing agent in the pharmaceutical industry and cosmetics, as well as in the food processing industry is discussed.