Lack of response of the microorganism to any available antibiotic.



The reaction of the microorganism to any available antibiotic demonstrates a lack of response. Statistically, approximately 5-7% of patients with chronic diseases exhibit antibiotic resistance. Often, the microorganism is shielded within a phospholipid capsule, preventing antibiotic access. These patients suffer from severe weakness and toxicity, with elevated levels of leukocytosis and CRP in analyses. Treatment becomes symptomatic, while the syndrome of rapid fatigue worsens. Intravenous ozone therapy is crucial in these cases, as ozone destroys the phospholipid capsule, converting it to water and eradicating the microbes. Subsequently, antibiotics can be added to enhance the process and eliminate the microorganism. An example is the case of a young patient from Israel who arrived at our clinic with ulcers on the legs and buttocks that had not healed for 6 years due to complete antibiotic immunity. After three weeks of high-dose ozone therapy and dressing the ulcers with ozonized solution, the patient’s ulcers healed. To date, there has been no recurrence of the ulcers. We had advised the patient to maintain a normal lifestyle, engage in exercise, and take biological supplements to boost his immune system.

Wishing you good health.

 Dr. Yuri Nikolenko