• Increase in eosinophils:
    Multiplication of the absolute and relative values by a large factor (depending on the quantity of oxygen supplied).
  • Increase in basophils:
    Doubling of the absolute proportions of basophiles, leucocytes are high in heparin. Their multiplication plays a role in the improved circulation due to the intravenous oxygen treatment,
    among other things.
  • Increase in number of antibodies following intravenous oxygen treatment in parallel with
    the increase in eosinophils.
  • Blood pH values normalise.
  • Blood viscosity is reduced, decrease in hematocrit and increase in Hb-O2.
  • Normalisation tendencies occur in many metabolic processes due to the stimulating effect of the
    oxygen supplied intravenously. Recognisable based on the following lab-chemical
    parameters: Lactic acid, uric acid, urea, albumin / globulin quotient, lipoproteins, cholesterol, cortisol.
  • Microcirculation is stimulated, inactive capillaries are opened. These effects can be proved using
    acral oscillography, thermography
    and ultrasound Doppler pressure