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Ozone Therapy as an Adjunctive Modality for Weight Reduction in Grade II Adult Obese Subjects

  title={Ozone Therapy as an Adjunctive Modality for Weight Reduction in Grade II Adult Obese Subjects},
  author={Haidy N. Ashem and Samah H. Nagib},
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of ozone therapy as an adjunctive modality for weight reduction in grade II adult obese subjects. Subjects: thirty grade II adult obese subjects from both sexes had BMI 30-40. They ranged in age from 25 to 45 years. They were classified randomly into two groups of equal number. Group 1: fifteen patients received ozone therapy with diet. Group 2: fifteen patients received diet regimen only. Procedures: evaluation procedures in form of… 
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