Hyalase

Hyalase

A brand name for HYALURONIDASE.
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Some centers use a 20-60 ml solution of Hyalase, Ciplox and dexamethasone to flush the tubes via Sion cannula and spill is studied from the fimbrial end.
Lymphedema resolved in all seven cases treated with hyaluronidase (Hyalase) injections in 4-6 weeks, compared with 3 months as would be expected, Dr.
A sub-Tenon's block consisting of 3.5 ml of a 5 ml mixture of bupivacaine 0.5% (1 ml), lignocaine 2% (4 ml), plus hyalase 150 units was administered to the left eye and gentle digital pressure was applied for approximately one minute.
Her visual acuity was 6/15 initially and a diagnosis of either an early periorbital infection, allergy to hyalase or a slow onset retrobulbar haemorrhage was entertained.
Hyaluronidase (1 ml diluted in saline to 3 IU/ml; Hyalase, CP Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Wrexham, UK) was administered intratracheally, and the bird was nebulized with gentamicin (50 mg) and hyaluronidase (12 IU) in 5 ml of saline (30 minutes q6h).
OWith a product like hyaluronic acid, your lips will go down after a few months.O Malti adds, OIf youOre really unhappy, you can be injected with a product called hyalase which dissolves the hyaluronic acid.O However if youOve had a permanent filler, youOre in trouble, warns Wendy.
The drugs available are drotaverine hydrochloride, valethamate bromide, hyoscine N-butyl bromide, hyalase. Among these drugs we selected two drugs drotaverine hydrochloride and valethamate bromide to compare their efficacy in accelerating the rate of cervical dilatation.
Northampton, United Kingdom TABLE 1 Some drugs used in anaesthesia that contain animal products Propofol Egg lecithin Gelatine based colloids Degraded bovine/porcine bone Heparin Bovine/porcine lung TPN May contain egg protein/animal fat Hyalase Avian Older insulins Porcine/bovine insulin Protamine Fish Aprotinin Bovine lung
This practice commonly involved fentanyl (in 500 [mu]g ampoules), propofol, midazolam and ketamine, and less commonly alfentanil, morphine, local anaesthetics, metaraminol, nondepolarizing muscle relaxants, hyalase, clonidine, antibiotics, water, saline, glyceryl trinitrate, thiopentone, esmolol and ondansetron.
Hyaluronidase: In the present indication, Hyalase is aimed to cleave hyaluronic acid into smaller fragments to create liquefaction of vitreous.