A small volume of blood is removed from the patient. This blood is then ozonated and mixed with saline. The blood is then run through an ultraviolet machine and then reinfused into the patient via an IV catheter. The blood is treated with a small amount of heparin to keep it from clotting during the procedure. The patient is monitored by a veterinary technician during the entire treatment. By ozonating the blood and treating it with ultraviolet light the red blood cells and immune cells become hypercharged to fight free radicals and oxidative stress. This can help to reset the body and treat any inflammatory conditions (such as cancer, organ dysfunction or pain) or auto-immune diseases.
Julia Brugliera, DVM