Features of ozone effect on the oxygen-dependent blood processes under hypercapnia conditions

Zinchuk V.V.1, Biletskaya E.S.1 , Gulyai I.E1

1. Grodno State Medical University, Grodno, Belarus
Section: Experimental Study
DOI: 10.18097/PBMC20226803212      PubMed Id: 35717585
Year: 2022  Volume: 68  Issue: 3  Pages: 212-217
The aim of this work is to study of ozone effect on blood oxygen-dependent processes under hypercapnia conditions. The studied blood samples are pretreated with a hypercapnic gas mixture followed by the addition of ozonized isotonic sodium chloride solution (with an ozone concentration of 6 mg/l), as well as gaseous transmitters donors, nitroglycerin and sodium hydrosulfide. It has been established that hypercapnia enhanced the ozone effect on the blood oxygen transport function and was characterized by the oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve shift to the right, also increased hydrogen sulfide synthesis and absence of changes in the nitrates/nitrites concentration. Under these conditions nitroglycerin and sodium hydrosulfide did not change the parameters of the blood gas transport function, but increased the level of nitrate/nitrite and hydrogen sulfide. Preliminary hypercapnia does not eliminate the activating effect of ozone on the free radical oxidation processes, and the addition of the applied gaseous transmitter donors does not contribute to the regulation of the studied parameters.
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Keywords: ozone, hypercapnia, carbon dioxide, gaseous transmitter, nitrogen monoxide, hydrogen sulfide

Zinchuk, V. V., Biletskaya, E. S., Gulyai, I. E (2022). Features of ozone effect on the oxygen-dependent blood processes under hypercapnia conditions. Biomeditsinskaya Khimiya, 68(3), 212-217.
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