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What is Neurobloc? NEUROBLOC® injection works by reducing or stopping muscle contractions. It contains the active ingredient 'Botulinum Toxin Type B'. NEUROBLOC® is used to treat an illness called cervical dystonia (torticollis). This is where you have contractions of your neck or shoulder muscles that you cannot control. To allow division of the total dose between several injections, NEUROBLOC® may be diluted with sodium chloride 9mg/ml (0.9%) solution for injection. Once diluted, the medical product must be used immediately as the formulation does not contain a preservative.It should only be used by a doctor with specialist experience in the treatment of cervical dystonia and in the use of botulinum toxins. Need help finding Azzalure or another product? Let us save you time! If you cannot find what you need in our extensive product catalog, we can help source any medical or aesthetic product for you. Simply use our product request form or  speak to one of our expert [Read more]
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Where to Buy Xeomin Xeomin is available for purchase from Medica Depot and similar online stores. Simply select your desired quantity, submit a mailing address, provide payment details and verify your medical license information. While buying Xeomin online is not difficult, finding the best deals when ordering supplies for your medical practice can be time consuming. Price is important but product quality must also be taken into consideration. While authentic Xeomin contains a specific quantity of botulinum toxin, this may not be the case if you unknowingly order a counterfeit product. Avoid those scams and save time by letting our purchasing agents point you to the best deals available online for authentic Xeomin.   Helpful Information to Consider What's in the box? Product Name: XeominActive Composition: Clostridium Botulinum neurotoxin type A (150kD), free from complexing proteinsForm & Contents: One vial. It contains 100 LD50 units powd [Read more]
Refer and earn $379
Refer and earn $379! You order from Medica Depot, so why not refer a colleague? When they create a new account and spend their first $2,000, you each get a $379 credit in your account to spend on any product you desire on MedicaDepot.com. Simply have your colleague mention your name to their customer service representative when they set up their new account, or refer their name and phone number to your customer service representative to contact, and both you and your colleague benefit. We will email you when your referral signs up and when your account credit is applied. Tell your colleagues today how they can save on their dermal fillers and other medical supplies. [Read more]
Vegans avoid eating animal products
As the aging population combines with the rising popularity of vegan lifestyles, you may have run into this question from some of your patients: are dermal fillers vegan? To answer that, you have to take a closer look at how dermal fillers are produced. As you probably know, vegans avoid eating animal products, including meat, eggs, and dairy. This extends to other activities that exploit animals, such as wearing leather. As awareness of the vegan movement grows, more people are taking a closer look at ingredient lists in their cosmetics, opting to choose brands that avoid the use of animal products and animal testing. The same goes for the products used in cosmetic procedures. Some of the first fillers did have animal origins. Collagen, for example, was usually made from cow cells, which would make it not vegan friendly. Even when sodium hyaluronate injections became available for osteoarthritis, some of the earliest were made from material sourced from rooster combs, a method devel [Read more]
Scientists Grow Artificial Skin
Scientists have developed what can best be described as a breakthrough technique for growing artificial skin. It involves the use of stem cells that are taken from the umbilical cord. The discovery, if it proves to be successful after sufficient testing, will almost certainly help major burn victims heal more quickly as a result of faster skin grafting. What is particularly exciting about this latest development is that artificial skin can be stored for long periods of time and then can be used when needed. The information about this latest and very exciting development was released by the World Health Organization (WHO) of the United Nations. That agency also said that as recently as 2008 there were about four hundred ten thousand burn injuries in the United States, forty thousand of which required hospitalization and major surgery. The current process for treating human burn victims involves the use of healthy skin which is taken from the patient's body and used for skin grafting [Read more]
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