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Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation (EBOO) Treatment

What is EBOO Therapy?

Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation is an advanced form of ozone therapy that uses a peristaltic pump in order to withdraw blood from one vein, run through a filter pumped with ozone gas then taken through UVA, UVB, and UVC light prior to returning into an alternate arm. It's a closed system to continuously infuse ozonated blood, while increasing antioxidants, oxygen delivery and enhanced immune response.

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EBOO Therapy

One catheter is placed into a draw vein while another catheter is placed into the return vein. The draw vein draws the blood through a peristaltic pump slowly ensuring no lysing of the red blood cells. The blood is ozonated through a specialized filter and passed through UV & LED light to enhance its anti-inflammatory effects.

EBOO Therapy Potential Benefits

EBOO’s benefits include anti inflammatory, anti-fungal, antibacterial, and antiviral effects. Ozone therapy promotes oxygenation of red blood cells which may improve stamina and mental clarity. Ozone EBOO increases a molecule called Nrf2 which stimulates the creation of antioxidants like Superoxide Dismutase (SOD), Glutathione S-Transferase (GST), and Heat Shock Proteins (HSP). These free antioxidants protect cells from oxidation and inflammation.

  • Treats Toxicity and Chronic Illnesses: EBOO has been used to treat acute infections, autoimmune conditions, inflammatory conditions, and for overall well being. We have seen cases of shingles nearly resolve within 48 hours, but this is not a claim, just what we observed.
  • Fights Disease, Sickness and Inflammation: By increasing Superoxide Dismutase, EBOO may lower C Reactive Protein thus reducing inflammation. The Heat Shock Proteins which are accelerated through Ozone assist in the antiviral properties.

Our EBOO Treatment Process

Dr. Mark Ghalili of Regenerative Medicine LA is a highly credible practitioner in the field of EBOO (Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation) therapy. With specialized training in regenerative medicine and a track record of success in administering EBOO therapy to patients, Dr. Ghalili is recognized for his expertise. His commitment to patient care, positive reviews, and dedication to staying updated on the latest developments in EBOO therapy contribute to his reputation as a trusted and knowledgeable provider in this area of treatment.

  • Are there any dietary or lifestyle changes required for EBOO therapy? We recommend eating a healthy meal prior as EBOO therapy can drop your blood sugar and cause slight nausea.
  • The Process of EBOO: Two IVs will be started and the EBOO device will control the rest!
  • Monitoring During EBOO: A Registered Nurse is monitoring you one on one during the treatment ensuring seamless delivery.
  • How many EBOO sessions are required to see results? Results are noticed in as little as one treatment. We have seen cases of shingles, for example, completely disappear within 48 hours of administering EBOO therapy.
  • Are there any side effects of EBOO therapy? EBOO is not advised for those with G6PD deficiency, blood clotting disorders, anemia, or anyone with adverse reactions to the blood thinner heparin including heparin induced thrombocytopenia.

Who is the ideal candidate for EBOO therapy treatments?

EBOO is an effective treatment option for a variety of conditions. Including:

  • Cardiovascular Diseases: This occurs by reducing oxidative stress and lipid per oxidation.
  • Respiratory Diseases: Effective by inhibiting antiviral activity to help reduce inflammatory cytokines.
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: EBOO enhances oxygenation and increases NRF2. NRF2 suppresses the inflammation pathway signaled by nuclear transcriptional factor-kappa B and Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor to enhance.
  • Chronic Pain: EBOO can control chronic pain by mitigating the effects of Nk Kappa beta a pro-inflammatory nuclear transcription factor, thus minimizing pain.
If you are interested in EBOO therapy, contact the office of Regenerative Medicine LA at (310)-295-9403 to schedule a consultation and see if you are a candidate for treatment.

Why Choose Regenerative Medicine LA for Your EBOO Treatment

Dr. Mark Ghalili has been a regenerative medicine specialist since 2016, treating thousands harmed by the pharmaceutical industry, always at the forefront of alternative therapies that save lives. EBOO has been a game changer for the vaccine injured and covid long haul patients. Regenerative Medicine LA has seen incredible transformations related to brain fog, memory loss, and fatigue that comes with the vaccine injuries and long haulers. We have been offering this therapy since 2017 with no significant side effects reported. Dr. Mark Ghalili personally uses EBOO therapy for anti-aging and longevity purposes. He has witnessed shingles outbreaks completely disappear in under 48 hours with EBOO therapy.

Potential Side Effects of EBOO Therapy

While EBOO Therapy is generally considered safe and well-tolerated, it’s essential to be aware of potential side effects and contraindications. Individuals considering EBOO therapy should discuss their medical history and any concerns with a healthcare professional before undergoing the treatment. Some possible side effects and contraindications include:

  1. Contraindications: EBOO Therapy is not recommended for individuals with the following conditions or situations:
    • G6PD Deficiency: People with G6PD deficiency should avoid EBOO therapy due to the risk of adverse reactions.
    • Blood Clotting Disorders: Those with blood clotting disorders may not be suitable candidates for EBOO therapy.
    • Anemia: Individuals with anemia may need to explore alternative treatment options.
  2. Adverse Reactions to Heparin: If you have experienced adverse reactions to the blood thinner heparin, including heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, EBOO therapy may not be advisable.
  3. Nausea: Some patients may experience slight nausea during or after EBOO therapy. It is recommended to eat a healthy meal prior to the treatment to help prevent a drop in blood sugar, which can contribute to nausea.
  4. Lightheadedness: Although not common, lightheadedness may be reported, particularly if strenuous exercise is performed within 24 hours of EBOO therapy. Patients are advised to avoid intense physical activity immediately following the treatment.
  5. Other Rare Side Effects: While rare, like any medical procedure, EBOO therapy may carry some potential risks or side effects. Patients should consult with their healthcare provider to fully understand the benefits and risks associated with this treatment.

It’s crucial for individuals interested in EBOO therapy to undergo a thorough medical evaluation and consultation with a qualified healthcare professional, like Dr. Mark Ghalili, to determine if they are suitable candidates and to discuss any potential side effects or contraindications. The benefits and risks should be carefully weighed before proceeding with EBOO therapy.

Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation (EBOO) FAQs

  • Is EBOO treatment considered safe?

    • Yes, EBOO is considered a very safe treatment, the contraindication to EBOO would be G6PD deficiency or receiving IV glutathione or Vitamin C on the same day.
  • How is EBOO different from other oxygenation therapies?

    • EBOO is a continuous infusion of your blood through a filter thus minimizing the risk of blood clotting. EBOO also offers UVA, UVB, UVC, and LED light to maximize the anti-inflammatory properties of EBOO.
  • Can EBOO be used in conjunction with other medical treatments?

    • We recommend no other medical treatments be performed on EBOO days and no exercise within 24 hours of EBOO therapy as lightheadedness may be reported.
  • What is an EBOO machine?

    • An EBOO machine is the cornerstone of Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation (EBOO) therapy. It is a sophisticated medical device designed to facilitate the entire EBOO treatment process. EBOO machines play a vital role in ensuring the safe and effective infusion of ozonated blood back into the patient’s circulatory system. EBOO machines are central to the success of EBOO therapy, as they ensure precise control and monitoring of the treatment process. These machines are operated by trained medical professionals who oversee the entire procedure, making adjustments as needed to optimize the patient’s experience.
  • What are the results of EBOO treatment?

    • EBOO treatment aims to improve oxygenation and circulation by infusing ozone into a patient’s blood outside the body and then reintroducing it. This process can lead to various benefits, including enhanced oxygen delivery to tissues, improved immune function, increased detoxification, and reduced inflammation. Patients may experience improvements in energy levels, mental clarity, and overall well-being following EBOO therapy sessions.
  • How long does EBOO last?

    • The duration of EBOO therapy sessions can vary depending on individual needs and treatment protocols. Typically, each session lasts between 60 to 90 minutes. The frequency and number of sessions required may also vary based on the patient’s condition and response to treatment. It’s essential to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the most suitable treatment plan for optimal results.
  • Is EBOO the same as dialysis?

    • No, EBOO therapy is not the same as dialysis. While both treatments involve extracorporeal blood processing, they serve different purposes and utilize different techniques. Dialysis is primarily used to remove waste products and excess fluids from the blood in individuals with kidney failure or impaired kidney function. In contrast, EBOO therapy focuses on improving oxygenation, circulation, and immune function by infusing ozone into the blood outside the body. EBOO therapy is not a replacement for dialysis but may complement other treatment modalities for certain health conditions.


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