Hyalubrix 60 is a visco-supplementary pre-filled syringe in a ratio of 60 mg / 4 ml capable of replacing the synovial fluid, restoring joint function and motility.
How and when is Hyalubrix 60 used?
The injection of the product must be carried out by competent medical personnel.
Inject the solution once a week for a 3-week cycle.
If necessary, further injections can be performed.
Transient pain and / or swelling and / or effusion in the joint may occur following intra-articular injections , but also cases of acute inflammation characterized by joint pain, swelling, effusion and sometimes a sensation of heat and / or stiffness in the joint.
Hypersensitivity reactions including anaphylactic reaction, anaphylactoid reaction, anaphylactic shock and angioedema have also been reported.
It must not be injected into the joint in the presence of venous or lymphatic stasis in the affected limb.
It must not be used in the presence of infections or severe inflammation or skin diseases or skin infections in the area where the injection is made.
Do not inject intravascularly.
Do not inject extra-articularly or into tissues or synovial capsule.
Do not use concomitantly disinfectants containing quaternary ammonium salts for skin preparation, as hyaluronate could precipitate in their presence.
Contraindicated in pregnancy or lactation.
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any of the components of the product.
Composition of Hyalubrix 60
Hyaluronic acid sodium salt 1.5%, Sodium chloride, Dibasic sodium phosphate 12H2O, Monobasic sodium phosphate 2H2O, Water for injections.
The customer receives a MULTIPACK package
How is Hyalubrix 60 stored?
Store the product in a cool and dry place, away from heat sources that could compromise its integrity.
Useful tips and curiosities related to Hyalubrix 60
As with all invasive joint-related procedures, it is recommended that the patient avoid any excessive motor activity after the intra-articular injection and resume full activity within a few days.
Arthrosis is a chronic disease and therefore has a slowly progressive and disabling course. Bone injuries are irreversible , but pain can be intermittent, with phases of exacerbation and phases of well-being and often decreases as the disease progresses, leaving room for deformities, which are permanent.
It is for this reason that it can be useful to prevent this condition by resorting to devices such as Hyalubrix 60.