Up close arm with blood in the IV tubing for EBOO

Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation

and Ozonation Therapy (EBOO)

Extracorporeal blood oxygenation and ozonation therapy (EBOO) is the newest form of ozone therapy that utilizes ozone to improve the immune function and oxygenation in the tissues.

It involves removing blood from one arm, running it through an EBOO dialysis filter, ozonating the blood, then returning the ozonated blood into a different vein. This increases the amount of ozone that can be delivered at one setting to the tissues.

The EBOO dialysis filter can removed any metals, infectious agents, and chemicals that can be contributing to the patient's symptoms.

It takes three to four treatments to show improvement and the patients can have as many treatments as they feel are necessary to improve their symptoms. The patient are kept on the various xenobiotic removal protocols during the EBOO treatments to facilitate the excretion of xenobiotics through the urine and stool.