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