MD – THORACIC

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INTRODUCTION

Compositions: Collagen, Cimicifuga, NaCl, Nước cất pha tiêm.

Dosage Form: Injectable solution

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

Uses:

MD-THORACIC is a medical device designed to help movement, specifically the thoracic area of the vertebral spine

MD-THORACIC 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-THORACIC 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-THORACIC can be associated with MD-MATRIX and
MD-TISSUE.
It may also be used as mechanical support while treating the following
diseases:
• Thoracic pain due to cartilage degenerative thoracic spine disorders
(thoracic osteoarthrosis) (in association with MD-POLY).
• Thoracic pain due to scoliosis (in association with MD-MUSCLE
and MD-NEURAL).
• Thoracic pain due to thoracic long muscle trigger points (in association with MD-MUSCLE).
• Pain due to thoracic spine osteophytosis (in association with
MD-NEURAL).
• Pain from spinal osteoporosis (in association with MD-NEURAL
and MD-MUSCLE).
• Mechanical imbalance (costo-vertebral facet joint syndrome) (in
association with MD-NEURAL).
• Thoracic spinal ligament syndrome (in association with MD-NEURAL).
• Thoracic spinal nerve root pain (in association with MD-NEURAL.)

Directions for use
Periarticular injection technique:
2 treatments weekly for the first 2 weeks, 1 treatment weekly until
improvement of symptoms (average 8-10 sessions). For chronic
pathologies: go on with 1 treatment weekly for 1 month until
improvement of symptoms, then 1 treatment monthly.
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.
Contraindications / Side effects
There is no history of hypersensitivity to MD-THORACIC.
However, patients with known hypersensitivity to any ingredient or
excipient should be tested before use, making a spot injec-tion into
one arm and be monitored for 1 hour.
Warnings and precautions
Spinal pain requires differential diagnosis for primary or secondary
cancer pain, reflex and referred pain from internal organs.
A slight reddening at the injection site may be due to a mechanical
effect of the needle or to a skin reaction. The application might cause
symptoms of burning/pain at the injection site, that usually solve
spontaneously within 5-10 minutes after the treatment.
Skin cleansing/disinfection is required before and after application.
Pyogenic bacteria may produce injection site abscesses.
KEEP OUT OF THE SIGHT AND REACH OF CHILDREN.

COMPOSITIONS

Collagen, Cimicifuga, NaCl, Water for Injection

USES

MD-THORACIC 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-THORACIC 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-THORACIC can be associated with MD-MATRIX and
MD-TISSUE.
It may also be used as mechanical support while treating the following
diseases:
• Thoracic pain due to cartilage degenerative thoracic spine disorders
(thoracic osteoarthrosis) (in association with MD-POLY).
• Thoracic pain due to scoliosis (in association with MD-MUSCLE and MD-NEURAL).
• Thoracic pain due to thoracic long muscle trigger points (in association with MD-MUSCLE).
• Pain due to thoracic spine osteophytosis (in association with MD-NEURAL).
• Pain from spinal osteoporosis (in association with MD-NEURAL and MD-MUSCLE).
• Mechanical imbalance (costo-vertebral facet joint syndrome) (in association with MD-NEURAL).
• Thoracic spinal ligament syndrome (in association with MD-NEURAL).
• Thoracic spinal nerve root pain (in association with MD-NEURAL.