cationHA[TM] Substantive Sodium Hyaluronate
, special HA for hair care, has good substantivity with the hair and skin.
is administered in the physician office setting and is indicated for knee osteoarthritis patients who have failed to respond adequately to non-pharmacologic therapy, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or simple analgesics, such as acetaminophen.
In 50 patients sodium hyaluronate
was used and in 50 hydroxyl-propyl-methylcellulose as viscoelastic substance.
The product is a formulation of purified hyaluronate
sodium that can be administered to horses by intravenous or intra-articular injection.
Conclusion: Sodium Hyaluronate
can provide a suitable alternate in the treatment of dry eye disease due to its reported efficacy on foreign body sensation itching burning watering photophobia and feeling of dryness
All-natural ingredients include peptides, sodium hyaluronate
, artemia extract, squaiine, jojoba oil, green tea, and vitamin C.
Fifteen of the trials tested a multitude of other injectates including the sclerosing solution lauromacrogol, platelet-rich plasma, sodium hyaluronate
, prolotherapy (solution of hypertonic glucose and local anaesthetic), aprotinin, and botulinum toxin.
These topcoat systems are based on aqueous solutions of sodium hyaluronate
with an added surfactant plus other proprietary additives or through modification of the sodium hyaluronate
itself, which enables crosslinking.
The study was carried out on 71 consecutive eyes with primary open angle glaucoma or primary chronic angle closure glaucoma undergoing conventional trabeculectomy to compare the influence of pre-operative intracameral sodium hyaluronate
1% with hydroxypropyl methylcellulose 2% (HPMC2%) on postoperative anterior chamber depth (AC depth) and intraocular pressure (IOP) in trabeculectomy.
The products contain a proprietary blend called Hydroplex 365, a complex of five beneficial ingredients: retinol, sodium hyaluronate
, peptides, argan oil and turmaline.
is a type of glycosaminoglycan and is a major ingredient of synovial fluid.