Objective: To study the effect of medical ozone in the treatment of chronic hepatitis B.
Methods: 42 patients with chronic hepatitis B were divided randomly into two groups. 22 patients treated with basic therapy were as a control group. 20 patients treated with basic therapy plus ozone therapy were taken as a treatment group. Index of biochemistry and virology were studied at initial and post-treatment 8 weeks.
Results: After the treatment, liver function of the treatment group and the control group had more significant improvement. The treatment group complete effective and partial effective were 10% and 35% difference. The control group complete effective and partial effective were 4.6% and 13.6% (P < 0.05).
Conclusion: Treatment of medical ozone on patients with chronic hepatitis B is effective.