Good Practice and Standards

The Ozone Society is dedicated and committed to all guidelines and procedures, including all Legal and Health & Safety requirements specifically for the UK and those set by the European Cooperation of Medical Ozone Societies and the International Scientific Committee of Ozone Therapy.

 

European Medical Societies for the Use of Medical Ozone and the International Scientific Committee of Ozone Therapy ISCO3 have both set up a draft for the essential requirements for the treatment procedures, including:

  • Production of Medical Ozone Gas; Reactivity of Medical Ozone and Ozone-Resistant Materials;
  • Ozone-free surroundings (WHO regulations) by the integration of effective catalytic systems;
  • Ozone-Resistant and physiologically indifferent materials used in disposables for MAH, intra-articular, intramuscular and other topical injections (for rectal insufflation, topical treatment as transcutaneous gas bath and/or disinfection);
  • Medical device directives for safety of the patient;
  • Ozone measurement as requirement for concentrations and dosages;
  • Concentration, dosages, and treatment frequency are listed in dependence on the indication and disease as well as on the underlying mechanism of action.

International Scientific Committee of Ozone Therapy (ISCO3)

The Madrid Declaration on Ozone Therapy is the first consensus document in medical history for the global therapeutic practice of Ozone Therapy.

With 28 Ozone Therapy national associations and international federations around the world contributing toward the safe practice and therapeutic protocols for Ozone Therapy.

European Cooperation of Medical Ozone Societies

Is an established group of Doctors and Scientists from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy. They have also been joined by Associations from Egypt, Turkey, Japan, Indonesia, Spain and Romania. With Germany having 50 years of research and development in Ozone Therapy.

The European Cooperation of Medical Ozone Societies have been extensively involved in generating
The Low-Dose Ozone Concept—Guidelines and Treatment Strategies.
These guidelines are the foundation for Ozone Therapy Worldwide.

Code of Ethics

All applicants for registration on the Ozone Society Register must confirm that they have read, and agree to observe, the standards set out in this document.

Every Registrant must be familiar with the standards and must ensure that they are observed.

 

Ozone Society UK's 1st Professional Body For Ozone Therapy

European Cooperation of Medical Ozone Societies

The Ozone Society and it's members support the work and abide by the guidelines and ethic's set out by the European Cooperation of Medical Ozone Socieities. The foundation is based upon the Low-Dose Concept Guidelines and Treatment Strategies.

International Scientific Committe Of Ozone Therapy

We support the ethos and intention that has been put together by the International Scientific Committe Of Ozone Therapy. The Ozone Society and it members are in agreement with the Madrid Declaration on Ozone Therapy

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