MD – SHOULDER

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Compositions: Collagen, iris, NaCl, water for injection

Dosage Form: Injectable solution

Packaging: Box 10 vials (single vial 2 ml – Extraction volumn).

Uses:

 

MD-SHOULDER is a medical device designed to help joint movement of the shoulder and the arm. signed to help joint
movement of the shoulder and the arm. Its main therapeutic functions include:
1. A barrier effect.
2. A lubricating action.
3. Mechanical support while administering other pharmacological treatments.

MD-SHOULDER may be used as a single treatment or mixed with other medical devices of the same range, in order to make a customised treatment according to clinical evolution.
When a supportive treatment is needed for acute pain, MD-SHOULDER can be associated with MD-NEURAL, MD-POLY and MD-MUSCLE (together with one or more than one of these).
Moreover, when a supportive treatment is needed for the connective tissue matrix or when the physiological aging process should be slowed down, MD-SHOULDER can be associated with MD-MATRIX and MD-TISSUE.
It may also be used as mechanical support while treating the following
diseases:
• Shoulder-arm polyarthritis (in association with MD-POLY).
• Rotator cuff syndrome (in association with MD-MUSCLE).
• Shoulder-arm syndrome (in association with MD-NEURAL and MD-MUSCLE).
• Frozen shoulder (in association with MD-MUSCLE).
• Shoulder pain due to dislocation (therapeutic rest, in association with
MD-NEURAL).
• Epicondylitis (in association with MD-NEURAL and MD-POLY).
Directions for use
Therapeutic protocol:
1-2 treatments weekly for 10 consecutive weeks.
Periarticular injection technique (the site of application must be aseptic; insert the
needle at a 2-4 mm depth)
For this purpose the use of the following materials and accessories is recommended:
• Materials for aseptic skin preparation: single-use gloves, iodine solution, alcohol solution, sterile gauze pads, ethyl chloride spray for the skin.
• Needles: sterile 27 G.
• Syringes: 5 or 10 cc size, according to the volume of the solution to inject.
Intraarticular injection technique
For this purpose the use of the following materials and accessories is recommended:
• Materials for aseptic skin preparation: single-use gloves, iodine solution, alcohol solution, sterile gauze pads, ethyl chloride spray for the skin.
The application of a topical anaesthetic on the skin area to be treated is recommended.
• Needles: sterile 22 G.
• Syringes: 5 or 10 cc size, according to the volume of the solution to
inject.
Contraindications / Side effects
There is no history of hypersensitivity to MD-SHOULDER.
However, patients with known hypersensitivity to any ingredient or
excipient should be tested before use, making a spot injection into one arm and be monitored for 1 hour.
Warnings and precautions
Shoulder pain requires differential diagnosis for chronic cervical syndrome, ischemic heart disease (acute/chronic, only on the left side), gallbladder disease (only on the right side), cervical-brachial nerve pain, muscle trigger in the trapezium muscle.
A slight reddening at the injection site may be due to a mechanical effect of the needle or to a skin reaction.

 

COMPOSITIONS

Collagen, cây iris, NaCl, water for injection

USES

MD-SHOULDER is a medical device designed to help joint movement of the shoulder and the arm. signed to help joint
movement of the shoulder and the arm. Its main therapeutic functions include:
1. A barrier effect.
2. A lubricating action.
3. Mechanical support while administering other pharmacological treatments.

MD-SHOULDER may be used as a single treatment or mixed with other medical devices of the same range, in order to make a customised treatment according to clinical evolution.
When a supportive treatment is needed for acute pain, MD-SHOULDER can be associated with MD-NEURAL, MD-POLY and MD-MUSCLE (together with one or more than one of these).
Moreover, when a supportive treatment is needed for the connective tissue matrix or when the physiological aging process should be slowed down, MD-SHOULDER can be associated with MD-MATRIX and MD-TISSUE.
It may also be used as mechanical support while treating the following
diseases:
• Shoulder-arm polyarthritis (in association with MD-POLY).
• Rotator cuff syndrome (in association with MD-MUSCLE).
• Shoulder-arm syndrome (in association with MD-NEURAL and MD-MUSCLE).
• Frozen shoulder (in association with MD-MUSCLE).
• Shoulder pain due to dislocation (therapeutic rest, in association with
MD-NEURAL).
• Epicondylitis (in association with MD-NEURAL and MD-POLY).

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