Powder for solution for injection of Clostridium Botulinum type A toxin-hemagglutinin complex 500 units with Human albumin and Lactose. Each bottle contains 500 units of active ingredient.
The units present in the product are specific for the preparation and are not interchangeable with other products that have botulinum toxin as an active ingredient. Store Dysport at temperatures between 2 and 8 degrees C. The medicine should be administered immediately after its recovery as it does not contain antimicrobial agents.
Dysport, being a medicine should be administered exclusively by competent health personnel with previous experience in the treatment of a certain pathology or aesthetics, as well as having been adequately trained in the use of the required tools in accordance with national and international guidelines. For example, patients with cervical dystonia, adult upper and lower limb spasticity, paediatric cerebral palsy, and blepharospasm/hemifacial spasm
What is botulinum toxin Dysport?
Dysport is the name of preparation based on the efficacy of botulinum neurotoxin type A that has been used for a number of therapeutic uses for 20 years and beyond when talking about Europe. Moreover, botulinum type A neurotoxin is a well-established treatment for aesthetic and therapeutic purposes, especially against muscle hyperactivity. Botulinum toxin is considered a local effect medicine, meaning that it is injected into the hyperactive muscles to induce a reduction in muscle contractures, depending on the dosage. The purpose of the treatment is to induce the muscles to reduce spasms without causing complete paralysis. Remember that botulinum toxin comes from the bacterium responsible for botulism, an intoxication that in most cases is food as it is caused by ingestion of bad foods, but even a wound or aesthetic treatment dosed badly can be dangerous and bring the body into contact with infected spores, causing paralysis of the muscles (especially the lungs), so asphyxiation and deadly consequences.
Dosage and administration
The initial dose of Dysport is usually 40 units per part, for example, the eye in case of eye spasms. Dysport is injected just below the skin at the various predisposed sites. The doctor will palpate the patient's skin to find the injection points more easily. The doctor will decide the interval between the injections based on the duration of treatment and above all seeing the duration of the effect, as well as the needs of the patient. Some can respond immediately effectively, while others need more treatments. As a rule, the dosage and administration may not exceed 12 weeks and 120 units, both adult and elderly if not prescribed otherwise, depends on therapy. The first results will be visible on average after a minimum of two to three days up to a maximum of two weeks.
In case of overdose: if the product has been accidentally injected in greater quantities or ingested, it may be that the symptoms do not arrive immediately, but it is good to contact your doctor promptly so that you can evaluate the situation, especially if in the following days you will have symptoms of excessive muscle weakness or muscle paralysis. The most common symptoms can be difficulty breathing, swallowing and talking, so it is good to be ready for respiratory support as well. For this reason, it is good to notify your doctor if you take medication, are subject to frequent bleeding or are afraid of being allergic to some medication.
How to use Dysport?
Dysport should be used for a single patient and a single injection session: after treatment, the residue of the medicine should be rendered inactive by a diluted solution of hypochlorite (1% available), in compliance with hospital standards. If the product comes out, remove with an absorbent cloth with a diluted solution of hypochlorite. Do not throw the medicine into drains or household waste, it is to be treated as hospital waste.
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