Topical autohaemotherapy provides an effective but cheap modality of therapy in such patients.
The patients included in study were put on topical autohaemotherapy once a week until resolution of ulcers.
after treatment of blood with ozone.
Practices that claim to affect a cure by removing the patient's blood, processing it and then re-infusing it into the patient (autohaemotherapy
) are strongly discouraged.
Autohaemotherapy for treating bovine cutaneous papillomatosis has been gaining importance (Pattanayak, 2004 and Jann and Jann, 2009).
Successful treatment of cutaneous papillomatosis in bovines by autohaemotherapy has been reported earlier by Pattanayak, 2004 and Jann and Jann, 2009.
THERE are two different types of ozone injections: directly into a painful joint such as the knee (effective on sports injuries) or using a method thought to be favoured by the Queen Mother, autohaemotherapy.
John Fennel, 20, a student from Staffordshire, had several treatments of autohaemotherapy at King's Bromley Nursing Home when he suffered glandular fever.
Lydia Barnfather, counsel for the committee, said 30 patients were infected with the potentially-deadly virus after being treated with an unproven procedure called autohaemotherapy.
Ms Barnfather said Dr Shivadikar's medically untrained daughter, Miriam, performed autohaemotherapy on 80-90 people between July 1997 and February 1998.
The medical hearing heard how the former doctor prescribed an "unorthodox and controversial" form of acupuncture, called autohaemotherapy
, which involved taking blood from his patients and mixing it with saline before re-injecting it.
He used autohaemotherapy
- taking blood from patients and mixing it with saline before reinjecting it - on people with a variety of ailments, at his practice in Finchley, North London.