Case report


Adriana Schwartz, Blanche Talbott


Preeclampsia is a common pregnancy disorder with important short-term complications for mother and baby. Evidence suggests preeclampsia also has implications for the mother beyond pregnancy, as well as long-term effects on offspring health. The objective of the present study is to determine the effect of ozone therapy administered in form of mayor autohemotherapy in hypertensive pregnant women at her 18th week gestation. Prescribed regular antihypertensive drugs were maintained. The application of ozone significantly (p<0.05) improved tensional figures and a significant dose reduction of the regular antihypertensive therapy was achieved. No side-effects were observed during the study. This study confirms and adds strong evidence that ozone therapy is an effective and safe method of treating hypertensive disorders during pregnancy preeclampsia

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