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INFLUENCE OF THE OZONE THERAPY MODULATOR ON THE IMMUNE SYSTEM ACTIVITY

Author: EDWARD DULITSKY
Abstract: The development of biological medicine introduced a number of useful systemic treatment methods in medical practice that are based on the systemic principle. Ozone therapy is an interesting technique in the sphere of application of biological medicine; it is a therapeutic, safe, natural and feasible procedure with promising results in the treatment of immunological diseases due to its induced social and economic impact. There is experimental evidence to support this affirmation. This article describes immune modulatory properties of the ozone therapy characterizing the biological impact of ozone on the cells of the immune system, soluble mediators and other cell types.
Keyword: ozone therapy, immune modulators, biological medicine, immune stimulation.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.03.065
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