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Mesotherapy needle with cannula in stainless steel AISI 304 and syringe connection in polypropylene resin.
Box of 100 needles for mesotherapy.
With ethylene oxide gas.
Validity of 5 years.
* Outside diameter: 0.23mm
* Inside diameter: 0.20mm
* Length: 4mm e 6mm
What is mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy or intradermotherapy is a non-surgical procedure, widely used in Europe to treat injuries and medical conditions. It consists of the administration of microinjections with conventional or homeopathic medicines, whose ingredients may vary, but usually include extracts of plants, vitamins, minerals, in the middle layer of the skin. Injected substances differ according to purpose and, within the scope of aesthetics, are generally of natural origin.
Mesotherapy has a decontracting, anti-inflammatory, anti-edematous and analgesic action.
Who can undergo Mesotherapy?
All persons who do not present any infection in the area to be treated and have not already shown hypersensitivity to the solutions used in the treatment in order to avoid allergic reactions. It is not advisable for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
What professionals can do mesotherapy?
Adequate training is required to practice mesotherapy. Usually there are several members of different health areas that complement their training in this area: masseurs, nurses, physiotherapists, doctors, homeopaths, acupuncturists, pharmacists.
What precautions should be taken before and after each session?
Within 48 hours after mesotherapy you should avoid:
You should apply for 48 hours:
What is the mode of action?
Intradermotherapy has always been described in articles such as the intradermal injection of highly diluted drugs, appropriate for this route of use. The dermis would then become a reservoir from which the products would activate dermal receptors and diffuse slowly, using the microcirculation fluids. The basic procedure of intradermal injections varies greatly from one study to another, reflecting the lack of a methodological standard that supports mesotherapy. In common, such studies describe that mesotherapy consists of intradermal or subcutaneous injections of a drug or a mixture of several products, called mélange.
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