The Nuestra Señora del Rosario Polyclinica in Ibiza, Spain announced the Medical Team is utilizing Ozone therapy in treating Covid-19 patients with promising clinical success.
Their most recent Press release stated, “Many patients who were about to be intubated and connected to mechanical ventilation have, thanks to ozone therapy, not only avoided it but improved to the point of not requiring oxygen with just a few treatment sessions.”
“We are seeing improvements in Covid 19 patients after just 2 or 3 treatment sessions. Ozone therapy has the benefit of improving oxygenation at the tissue level and therefore reducing the inflammatory response brought on by the Corona Virus.
Representatives of Nuestra Señora del Rosario Polyclinic were quoted:
“In Spain, only we have begun to administer it with the mandatory authorization of the Quality Committee of the hospital centre, and the results have been spectacular,” says Dr. Alberto Hernández, Assistant Physician for Anesthesia and Resuscitation at the Nuestra Señora del Rosario Polyclinic in Ibiza.
“We have registered a clinical trial, but we need to tell the world that Ozone is a very effective and beneficial therapy in these patients and that we must immediately incorporate it into the treatment of these patients.”
Dr. José Baeza, President of the Spanish Society of Ozone Therapy and Vice President of the World Federation of Ozone Therapy, states that “given the absence of an effective treatment or a vaccine and in the context of the current health emergency ” All hospitalized patients should receive Ozone therapy as the clear benefit is evident, and Ozone therapy has no significant side effects.”
Nuestra Señora del Rosario Polyclinic Received Approval On April 4th, 2020
Following a presentation on the potential benefits of Ozone therapy at a medical scientific session, the Centre’s group of experts in Covid-19 infection: Drs Montserrat Viñals and Asunción Pablos, from the Internal Medicine service, Dr. Adriana Martín from the Service of Intensive Medicine, and Dr. María Victoria Velasco from the Emergency Service of the Nuestra Señora del Rosario Polyclinica in Ibiza, gave their approval to the protocol for the administration of Ozone in patients with Covid-19 presented by Dr. Alberto Hernández.
The First Covid 19 Ozone Therapy Patient
A 49-year-old man who was in ICU admission, was deteriorating rapidly and the doctors knew his lungs were oxygenating poorly. Although Intubation and connection to a ventilator was scheduled, but amazingly, after the first session of Ozone therapy, the improvement was significant and oxygen requirements could be decreased.
Dr. Alberto Hernández explained that “the improvement after the first session of Ozone treatment was spectacular. We were surprised, his respiratory rate normalized, his oxygen levels increased, and we were able to stop supplying him with as much oxygen since the patient was able to oxygenate himself. To our surprise, when we carried out an analytical control, we observed how Ferritin, an analysis determination that is being used as a prognostic marker in this disease, not only had not followed the upward trend, but had decreased significantly; that decline continued in the following days. This result encouraged us to administer it to other patients who are following the same improvement as our first patient. “