Suplasyn is a highly purified form of hyaluronic acid, specifically produced for use in viscosupplemenation therapy. This injection is injected into the synovial cavity of a knee joint and extensive studies have shown that hyalauronic acid is effective in relieving the symptoms of osteoarthritis with few side effects.
EUFLEXXA is an ultra-high purity hyaluronan, also called hyaluronic acid (HA) or sodium hyaluronate. HA is the natural substance found in the fluid that surrounds a healthy knee joint and helps cushion, lubricate, and protect the knee as you move throughout the day.
ORTHOVISC® mini brings the trusted ORTHOVISC® formulation to a smaller size intended for use in small joints such as the thumb, big toe and ankle. ORTHOVISC mini is indicated for the treatment of osteoarthritis pain in patients who have failed to respond adequately to conservative non-pharmacologic therapy. and to simple analgesics, such as...
Hyalgan® is a viscous solution consisting of a high molecular weight fraction of purified natural sodium hyaluronate (Hyalectin®) in buffered physiological sodium chloride, having a pH of 6.8-7.5. The sodium hyaluronate is extracted from rooster combs.
Orthopedic injections are often used as a treatment for arthritis of joints (knee, hip, shoulder, elbow). In many cases orthopedic injection is able to relieve patient condition. There are several ways to use orthopedic injections.
Corticosteroids are used for local anti-inflammatory effect. Corticosteroids are usually injected in soft tissues. Local injection of Corticosteroids in soft tissues is the best method of treatment of such diseases as «tennis elbow». Injection of corticosteroids into the joint cavity is a useful addition to other forms of therapy of different arthritis types.
Some of corticosteroids medicines are crystal while injection into the joint cavity may cause acute crystal synovitis. It’s necessary to take meds, especially recommended for intra-articular and local injection.
Radioactive colloids injection is used for synovectomy; local irradiation of the synovial membrane leads to shrink, fibrosis and reduction of synovial fluid generation. The procedure should not irradiate other tissues (bone marrow and soft tissue), with minimum impact on the lymph nodes and the other parts of body. β-emitters especially preferred because β-radiation partially penetrate into the surrounding tissue.
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