Intravenous injection of the ozonized physiological solution. 200 - 400 g of sterile physiological solution which is ozonized with the ozone-oxygen mixture with the concentration of ozone in it about 1-6 mkg/ml, is injected with the speed of 3-7 ml per minute. The ozone in the solution dissociates quiet quickly that is why the ozonation of the physiological solution is to be done directly before the injection. When the ozone concentration of the solution is big, in order to prevent possible development of phlebitis of cubital veins, the speed of injection during the first 5-10 minutes is usually a little slower (about 30-70 drops per minute) with the following increasing. It is prohibited to add any other medicine to the container with the ozoned physiological solution or ozoned blood. While ozonation only physiological solution or distilled water has to be used.
Scientific studies prove constantly that Vitamins injections are much more efficient than tablets or gel caps. The molecular structure of the vitamin is not attacked by the whole digestive system, its acids and enzymes. Consequently the absorption/retention rate is much higher and the results are faster and much more efficient.
Intramuscular (IM) injection
An intramuscular (IM) injection is a shot where the needle goes into the muscle layer under the skin in order to deliver medicine. This type of injection can be given by a health care professional or a patient can self-inject. Intramuscular injections are deeper than subcutaneous injections.
Parts of the Body Involved
- Upper arm
- Top of the thighs
Reasons for Procedure:
Some IM medications are “deposited” in the muscle and absorbed gradually over time. IM injections are also used to deliver medications that would otherwise be absorbed too slowly or made ineffective if taken by mouth. Examples of such medications include:
- Certain antibiotics
- Certain contraceptive hormones
- Most vaccines
- Epinephrine injections for people with severe allergic reactions
Risk Factors for Complications During the Procedure
The only significant risk factor is having an allergy to the administered medication. Otherwise, no serious complications are expected.