Synvisc

Synvisc®

Rheumatology A viscosupplementation that lubricates and protects the knee in Pts with osteoarthritis. See Osteoarthritis.
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They do contain a small amount of growth factors that can be found in PRP and a small amount of hyaluronic acid, which is found in products such as Synvisc, Monovisc, Orthovisc and Euflexxa.
If approved by the FDA, the treatment will come into direct competition with Sanofi's hyaluronon-based injection Synvisc, which brought in EUR408mn for the company in 2016.
On the basis of these findings, it can be observed that pseudosepsis associated with Synvisc [R] and Ostenil[R] usually occurs with the second or third injection, and fever or chills are involved in fewer cases.
58 Activase Roche Genentech 59 NeoRecormon Roche 60 Humate-P CSL 61 Elaprase Shire 62 Fabrazyme Genzyme 63 Synvisc Genzyme 64 Menactra Sanofi 65 Sylatron/ Merck & Co.
Synvisc gel injections into Harris's right knee, which is devoid of cartilage, have bought the 31-year-old time in a late-blooming career.
Several new products derived from cartilage have been approved for joint injection, including Synvisc, Hyalgan, and Orthovisc.
has announced that preliminary results from a new study indicate that patients using Synvisc (hylan G-F 20) through a single-dose regimen achieved a statistically significant improvement in pain from osteoarthritis of the knee over 26 weeks compared with those using placebo.
Title: Synvisc Journal Ad Agency: Wishbone/ITP, Inc.
Approval of a new label will provide opportunity to broaden the use of Synvisc beyond its current European-approved use in the knee and hip to the two additional joints.
Euflexxa was no worse than Synvisc for treating patients with osteoarthritis of the knee, results from a German study demonstrated.
But despite his injury-plagued past, Prso insists he has the knee problem under control, having begun a course of treatment which involves an injection of the oil Synvisc into his knee.
The jelly-like substance that you have heard about is probably Synvisc from Wyeth Pharmaceuticals.