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Ozone therapy in postgraduate theses in Egypt systematic review

Ozone therapy in postgraduate theses in Egypt systematic review Review article 57 Ozone therapy in postgraduate theses in Egypt: systematic review a a a,b Abdullah M.N. AlBedah , Mohamed K.M. Khalil , Ahmed T. Elolemy , a a c Mohamed H.S. Alrasheid , Abdullah Al Mudaiheem and Tawfik M.B. Elolemy National Center for Complementary and Alternative Background Medicine (NCCAM), Ministry of Health, Riyadh, Systematic reviews of the studies published in the major medical data bases have not Saudi Arabia, Department of Public Health & Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Tanta shown solid support for the use of ozone therapy. Unpublished or grey literature, University, Tanta and Department of Physiotherapy, including postgraduate theses, may solve this controversy. Ministry of Health, Cairo, Egypt Objectives Correspondence to Mohamed K.M. Khalil, MD, To review the postgraduate theses published in Egypt in order to assess the clinical National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Ministry of Health, PO Box 88300, safety and effectiveness of ozone therapy in specific medical conditions. Riyadh 11662, Saudi Arabia Methods Tel: + 966504955087; fax + 966 1 4709602; e-mail: mohamed.khalilm@yahoo.com The databases of the Egyptian Universities’ Library Consortium and the databases of each university were searched for postgraduate theses that evaluated ozone therapy Received 16 December 2012 Accepted http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the Egyptian Public Health Association Wolters Kluwer Health

Ozone therapy in postgraduate theses in Egypt systematic review

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Copyright
© 2013 Egyptian Public Health Association
ISSN
0013-2446
DOI
10.1097/01.EPX.0000431630.91853.ce
pmid
23963083

Abstract

Review article 57 Ozone therapy in postgraduate theses in Egypt: systematic review a a a,b Abdullah M.N. AlBedah , Mohamed K.M. Khalil , Ahmed T. Elolemy , a a c Mohamed H.S. Alrasheid , Abdullah Al Mudaiheem and Tawfik M.B. Elolemy National Center for Complementary and Alternative Background Medicine (NCCAM), Ministry of Health, Riyadh, Systematic reviews of the studies published in the major medical data bases have not Saudi Arabia, Department of Public Health & Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Tanta shown solid support for the use of ozone therapy. Unpublished or grey literature, University, Tanta and Department of Physiotherapy, including postgraduate theses, may solve this controversy. Ministry of Health, Cairo, Egypt Objectives Correspondence to Mohamed K.M. Khalil, MD, To review the postgraduate theses published in Egypt in order to assess the clinical National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Ministry of Health, PO Box 88300, safety and effectiveness of ozone therapy in specific medical conditions. Riyadh 11662, Saudi Arabia Methods Tel: + 966504955087; fax + 966 1 4709602; e-mail: mohamed.khalilm@yahoo.com The databases of the Egyptian Universities’ Library Consortium and the databases of each university were searched for postgraduate theses that evaluated ozone therapy Received 16 December 2012 Accepted

Journal

Journal of the Egyptian Public Health AssociationWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Aug 1, 2013

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