What is DERMOZONE?DERMOZONE refers to the method of isolating a body part by surrounding it with a medical wrap or "bag" (such as a hand, arm, leg, foot, torso, pelvis, but NEVER head), and introducing ozone to PROMOTE WOUND HEALING.What is DERMOZONE used for?
How does the DERMOZONE work to heal the skin problem?
The ozone kills any bacteria, viruses, fungus, or molds infecting the open wound, increase blood flow to the wound, and stimulates the healing process. It has been documented that many body parts have been spared amputation through the application of ozone by this method.How is the DERMOZONE applied?
The bag is placed around or over the affected area, the output tube from the ozone generator is placed through the top of the bag, and the top sealed as effectively as possible. Ozone at the desired concentration must first be humidified (bubbled through water) and then enters the bag; the ozone generator constantly runs during this treatment.How long is the treatment time?
Treatment times vary depending on the type of wounds being treated but typically range from 10 - 30 minutes. How many treatments and at what frequency will I need?
The number of treatments varies with the severity of your condition, age and other health problems. The treatment can be from daily to several times per week. Can I receive other Oxidative therapies on the same day as DERMOZONE?
Yes, that is common. You may receive multiple oxidative therapies such as CHELOZONE, OZONE HYPERTHERMIA, HBOT, etc. on the same day.Does DERMOZONE hurt or burn? No, there is no pain, burning or agitation of your condition during DERMOZONE therapy.Is DERMOZONE safe?
DERMOZONE is safe and effective. It has a long history, particularly in Europe, of use for skin and wound healing, when correctly applied.
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