Reoxy clinical trials

The Сompany is supported by a long-standing Scientific Advisory Board which includes leading EU and UK cardiologists, hypoxia research / altitude medicine specialists, biostatisticians, and healthcare organisation experts
AI MEDIQ has a strong consortium in the field of clinically oriented medical research, including leading EU and UK research organisations, universities , clinics and professional associations such as the Heart Failure Association of the ESC, World Heart Federation and others.
10 clinical trials successfully concluded, and several are still ongoing. This proven clinical efficacy of the ReOxy treatment method places ReOxy device on the medical market.

Lang. Title Year Authors Journal PMID
Eng Intermittent Systemic Hypoxic-Hyperoxic Training for Myocardial Protection in Patients Undergoing Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery: First Results From a Single-Centre, Randomised Controlled Trial 2018 Tuter DS, Kopylov P, Syrkin A, Glazachev O, Komarov R, Katkov A, Severova L, Ivanova E, Zhang Y, Saner H Open Heart 30487981
Eng Intermittent Hypoxia–Hyperoxia Conditioning Improves Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Older Comorbid Cardiac Outpatients Without Hematological Changes: A Randomized Controlled Trial 2018 Dudnik E, Zagaynaya E, Glazachev O, Susta D HIGH ALTITUDE MEDICINE & BIOLOGY 30251879
Eng Adaptations following an intermittent hypoxia-hyperoxia training in coronary artery disease patients: a controlled study 2017 Glazachev O, Kopylov P, Susta D, Dudnik E, Zagaynaya E Clinical Cardiology 28323322
Eng A programme based on repeated hypoxia–hyperoxia exposure and light exercise enhances performance in athletes with overtraining syndrome: a pilot study 2015 Susta D, Glazachev O, Dudnik E Clin Physiol Funct Imaging 26443707
Eng Intermittent hypoxic–hyperoxic training on cognitive performance in geriatric patients 2017 Bayer U, Likar R, Pinter G, Stettner H, Demschar S, Trummer B, Neuwersch S, Glazachev O, Burtscher M Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Translational Research & Clinical Interventions 29067323
Eng Effects of intermittent hypoxia-hyperoxia on mobility and perceived health in geriatric patients performing a multimodal training intervention: a randomized controlled trial 2019 Bayer U, Likar R, Pinter G, Stettner H, Demschar S, Trummer B, Neuwersch S, Glazachev O, Burtscher M BMC Geriatrics 31200649
Eng Hypoxic training: Clinical benefits on cardiometabolic risk factors 2014 Wee J, Climstein M J Sci Med Sport. 24268571
Eng Effect of hypoxic training on inflammatory and metabolic risk factors: a crossover study in healthy subjects. 2014 Shi B, Watanabe T, Shin S, Yabumoto T, Takemura M, Matsuoka T Physiol Rep. 24744877
Eng Trends in the use of preconditioning to hypoxia for early prevention of future life diseases 2013 Basovich SN Biosci Trends 23524890