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DUROLANE 60mg / 3ml

220,00 94,90

Guna Collagen Medical Devices MD-KNEE 10vials 2ml

75,00

Guna Collagen Medical Devices MD-LUMBAR 10vials 2ml

75,00

Guna Collagen Medical Devices MD-MATRIX 10vials 2ml

75,00

Guna Collagen Medical Devices MD-NECK 10vials 2ml

75,00

Guna Collagen Medical Devices MD-NEURAL 10vials 2ml

75,00

Guna Collagen Medical Devices MD-POLY 10vials 2ml

75,00

Guna Collagen Medical Devices MD-SHOULDER 10vials 2ml

75,00

Guna Collagen Medical Devices MD-SMALL JOINTS 10vials 2ml

75,00

Guna Collagen Medical Devices MD-THORACIC 10vials 2ml

75,00

Guna Collagen Medical Devices MD-TISSUE 10vials 2ml

75,00

Synvisc One Hylan G-F 20

319,00 117,40

Synvisc One Hylan G-F 20 3x2ml

319,00 130,00

Filled Syringes

Treatments with filled syringes are intended for intra-articular injections to treat joint inflammation, arthritis, and osteoarthritis. Filled syringes for orthopedic use are usually based on stabilized hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is the main substance that composes the joints’ synovial fluid, which keeps the area lubricated and avoids tissue wear. This treatment aims to restore elasticity – in case of patients with joint pain due to cartilage consumption and consequent rubbing of the bones with the ligaments’ involvement – through the action of hyaluronic acid, which helps cellular regeneration of the tissues.

What is a treatment with filled syringes

A filled syringes treatment consists of executing infiltrations in the affected area, whether it be the hip, the shoulder, the knees or the ankle. After the medical approval, an infiltration with filled syringes can provide several benefits such as pain reduction due to the action of compounds that reactivate cell metabolism, helping to create a new cartilaginous protective layer in the joint. This non-surgical and minimally invasive treatment provides excellent results. One cycle of infiltration with hyaluronic acid filled syringes for orthopedics keeps its effect for about six months/1 year. Treatment with hyaluronic acid filled syringes should not be abused as it can increase the risk of permanent damage to the joints. Respect the timing between one cycle and the other on the advice of your doctor. The most common side effects can be allergies and shocks due to the patient’s incompatibility with the compound or infections resulting from an incorrect injection (e.g., non-sterile conditions).

When treatments with filled syringes are recommended

Treatments with filled syringes are often recommended to address diseases, such as osteoarthritis (sometimes even at an advanced stage if the use of surgery is not a viable option). Hyaluronic acid infiltrations are also recommended to treat inflammatory states of the joints.

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