Dry carbon dioxide baths - a procedure that provides a metered supply of carbon dioxide into the body and at the same time gives a number of positive effects. Baths activate the function of the respiratory center, improve the passage of oxygen through the circulatory system, reduce blood pressure. Treatment regimes of carbon dioxide concentration and its temperature depend on the specific condition of the patient. Procedures are carried out daily, for a course of 8-10 sessions.
Indications for use
Coronary heart disease, including post-infarction cardiosclerosis
Atherosclerosis obliterans and endarteritis
Psoriasis, eczema, neurodermatosis
Dry carbonic baths are contraindicated in patients with stable angina of voltage of the III functional class; cardiac arrhythmias such as atrial fibrillation, frequent ventricular arrhythmia; atrioventricular block; heart failure above stage IIA; hypertension stage III; acute inflammation in the bronchopulmonary apparatus and specific lung diseases; oncological diseases.