EBOO treatment process
The treatment should take approx. 1 hour to complete. The amount of time may vary depending on a patient’s specific needs.
Before the initial EBOO treatment, we’re reviewing these labs to understand baseline levels for a patient:
- CMP (Comprehensive metabolic profile)
- CBC (Complete blood count)
- G-6PD (Glucose 6 phosphate deficiency enzyme) to assess for deficiency which predisposes one for hemolytic anemia
- Insulin fasting
- CRP (C-reactive protein)
Some patients can start EBOO right away, and some may need to gradually advance through a dosing process where they may start with lower (maybe our standard Ozone/UBI therapy) doses, then work into the higher doses that EBOO offers.
During the procedure, one vein will be accessed to remove the blood, and another to reinfuse the blood after it has been treated. This is a closed-loop system that preserves sterility, where the removal, treatment, and reinfusion of your blood is happening simultaneously.