Hyalaze 1500U English/Korean
What is Hyalase?
Hyalase is an enzyme, a natural substance that activates processes in the body. It is used to temporarily break down the natural barriers in the body tissues so that injections or fluids injected under the skin or into muscle are more easily spread and absorbed and it is also used to enable excess fluids and blood in the tissues to be more easily reabsorbed. Hyalase for injection is dissolved in water for injections, normal saline or the solution to be injected.
Where can I buy this product?
You can order Hyalase online from MedicaDepot.com or you can phone our friendly customer service associates to order this and other medical products. When you buy wholesale Hyalase from Medica Depot, you can reverse the effects of a dermal filler treatment.
What does this product come with?
Hyalase is supplied in the form of a freeze-dried white powder in a 1ml glass ampoule and comes with a package insert.
What are the benefits of this product?
While generally regarded as safe and effective, a hyaluronic acid dermal filler treatment carries the risk of complications and unintended effects, some of which have serious and life-threating consequences. Hyalase can be used to rapidly and safely neutralize the effect of the filler by catalyzing the degradation of hyaluronic acid. With Hyalase, potential dermal filler treatment complications like vascular compromise, lumps and nodules, overcorrection and asymmetry can be managed effectively.
How does this product work?
Hyalase is made of hyaluronidase, an enzyme which breaks down hyaluronic acid or hyaluronan within the body. Sometimes in aesthetic treatments, the practitioner will inject too much of a hyaluronic acid-based dermal filler. This can give patients a puffy and overdone look instead of a more natural look. Some patients may even decide that the results of their cosmetic injections are not what they were looking for. In both cases, doctors like you can inject Hyalase into the area that had been treated with hyaluronic acid. The Hyalase breaks down the hyaluronic acid quickly, correcting any overfilled areas to achieve a more natural look. Hyalase also has other medical uses, such as increasing the dispersion of other drugs into the body by increasing the permeability of the body tissues. Hyalase can also help dissolve excess fluid or blood in the tissues.
What are the ingredients?
Hyaluronidase (1,500U per vial)
How to inject this product
Prior to use, Hyalase has to be reconstituted with an appropriate diluent. To reconstitute, draw up 10ml of saline or water in a syringe and dispense 1ml of the diluent into an opened ampoule of Hyalase. Mix by rotation, making sure that Hyalase is dissolved completely. Draw up the reconstituted Hyalase back into the syringe containing the rest of the saline or water (9ml). The final concentration of the reconstituted solution is 150U per ml.
Reconstituted Hyalase can be administered into the planned area of treatment using either a 30G (for superficial placements) or a 27G (for deeper deposits) needle. Placement should be precise and localized to the affected area. Several approaches can be utilized, depending on type of complication. For instance, nodules can be treated by directly injecting the nodule, whereas filler placed in the superficial dermis can be treated with hyaluronidase injected immediately into and below the filler. In the case of vascular compromise, administer hyaluronidase along the course of the vessel with the serial puncture technique, keeping the needle perpendicular to the skin. After injecting, the treated area should be massaged strongly to facilitate filler breakdown, thus ensuring optimal effects.
When should I use this product?
Hyalase is a must-have for any cosmetic clinic to correct mistakes made in cosmetic injections and to help patients who have had unexpected results from other aesthetic practitioners. You can buy Hyalase to dissolve excess hyaluronic acid, reducing the results of an overcorrection and helping patients get back to their own natural look. Order Hyalase online from Medica Depot to give your patients a chance to reverse the results of their cosmetic injections.
What areas can I treat with this product?
You can inject Hyalase intramuscularly or subcutaneously. You should not administer Hyalase intravenously. You can inject Hyalase into most areas of the body, including the eye area, but you should not inject Hyalase directly into the cornea.
How long do results last?
Hyalase permanently degrades hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers; hence, effectively reversing any of the effects of filler treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is an ideal candidate for this product?
Patients who have had unexpected results from their cosmetic injections may be interested in receiving Hyalase injections. Sometimes this is the result of patients visiting an inexperienced cosmetic practitioner, sometimes this is an unexpected reaction in a patient such as a rare allergic reaction to hyaluronic acid, and sometimes this is the result of a patient having the wrong idea of what their cosmetic injections will achieve. Whatever the case, you can help your patients regain a more natural look by injecting them with Hyalase. The Hyalase can break down the unwanted, excess hyaluronic acid to restore your patient to a more natural look.
Why should I purchase this product?
While many patients come to your clinic to get cosmetic injections, others may come to you after receiving unexpected results at other aesthetic clinics. For these patients, you can buy Hyalase online from MedicaDepot.com to dissolve the excess hyaluronic acid. Order wholesale Hyalase from Medica Depot to help patients correct the results of their cosmetic treatments to regain a more natural-looking appearance.
Are there any side effects?
Since Hyalase is an injectable medication, it could cause side effects related to the injection itself, such as bruising, bleeding at the injection site, local irritation, and infection. If you inject Hyalase near the eye, it could result in an oedema in the periorbital area, and Hyalase can also cause swelling if injected in other areas of the body. Rarely, Hyalase could cause severe allergic reactions including anaphylaxis. You should not inject Hyalase into areas that have an infection or malignancy or that have swelling related to bites or stings, and you should not administer Hyalase to women in premature labor that require anesthetics.
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