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Ozone Therapy Like a Favoring Element in the Rehabilitation of Children with Hearing Loss

E. Basabe, S. Menéndez, F. Segarra and M. Ponce de Leon

Cira Garcia Central Clinic
Ozone Research Center. National Center for Scientific Research
Lina Odena Special School
William Soler Pediatric Hospital

Abstract:

A double blind study, with 34 children with sensorineural hearing loss was performed. The sample was divided, at random, in two groups: ozone (rectally and at doses depending to age) and oxygen. Audiometry and psycopedagogical tests were performed. In ozone group, audiometry (grave and conversational level) improved significantly and medical psycopedagogical integration. It is demonstrated the advantage that ozone therapy offers in the rehabilitation of children with hearing loss.

Publish Date: 1995



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