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Second U.S.-Egypt Collaborative Clinical Study Blocked by New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH), This Time on Complications of Diabetes
Date:9/15/2009

NEW YORK, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- A study exploring the healing of diabetic skin ulcers using topical oxygen/ozone gas mixtures could not proceed to completion and was now abandoned, according to Ozonics International, LLC, a veteran-owned biotechnology company engaged in the research and development of ozone-based medical therapies. "This fully scientific study, a world-first in its scope, was to be performed in Egypt, recruiting the collaboration of U.S. and Egyptian experts," said Gerard Sunnen, MD, Ozonics president.

Egypt has a diabetic population estimated at 5 million. The prevalence of diabetes is rising rapidly in the Middle East. 20% of diabetics develop skin lesions such as leg ulcers, and 15% of those will eventually require amputation. In the U.S., out of 24 million diabetics about 80,000 undergo lower limb amputations yearly.

"Pilot research studies have shown that topical oxygen/ozone treatment can dramatically reduce these amputation numbers," Dr. Sunnen emphasized, adding, "The FDA has already approved topical oxygen for skin healing in diabetes and vascular conditions. This proprietary technology adds a natural element's remarkable antimicrobial properties to accelerate wound resolution. No other antimicrobial can claim such wide range of action against the entire spectrum of wound-invading bacterial and fungal families, nor claim such unwavering defense against bacterial resistance, the bane of all antibiotics."

Other reported unique features of ozone include its ability to neutralize wound bacterial and fungal toxins - well known to inhibit healing - and to enhance local circulation via the activation of nitric oxide, in biochemical pathways shared by drugs like sildenafil (Viagra).

The study, named "Safety and efficacy of ozone therapy in the treatment of diabetic skin ulcers: A randomized double blind controlled clinical study," was to be sponsore
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