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- Helps temporarily improve the look of moderate to severe glabellar lines.
- Also treats upper or lower limb spasticity and cervical dystonia.
- Helps minimize lines, not expressions.
- An alternative to Botox®.
Active ingredient: Clostridium botulinum type A toxin-haemagglutinin complex. Inactive ingredients: Lactose and human albumin.
- Botulinum toxin: Acts as a neurotoxin to relax muscles, reducing the look of wrinkles caused by facial expressions.
- Use a sterile syringe to draw up 2.5 ml of sterile, preservative-free 0.9% sodium chloride to reconstitute the powder. The amount of solution will vary depending on treatment area.
- Insert the needle into the vial and allow the partial vacuum to pull the saline solution into the vial, gently injecting the rest. If there is no vacuum, discard the vial.
- Swirl the vial gently to dissolve the powder.
- Ensure the solution is clear, colorless, and free of particulates.
- Draw the solution into a sterile syringe.
- Expel any air bubbles in the syringe and remove the needle.
- Attach a new, sterile 30 gauge needle.
- For glabellar lines, ask the patient to frown and palpate the tensed muscle mass to identify the lateral corrugator and vertical procerus muscles.
- Apply finger pressure on the superior medial orbital rim while advancing the needle through the skin to the underlying muscle.
- Inject a total of 50 units into five sites, two of them being located in each corrugator muscle and one located in the procerus muscle.
- After treatment, inactivate any solution left in the vial or syringe using a dilute hypochlorite solution.
- Clean any spills using an absorbent material soaked in dilute hypochlorite solution.
- Properly dispose of vial, any unused solution, needles, and other supplies.
- Do not use if patient is allergic to any of this drug's ingredients or other brands of botulinum toxins.
- Only trained members of the medical profession should administer this drug.
- In pregnant women, use only when benefits outweigh the risks.
- Do not use in breastfeeding women.
- Not for use in children under the age of two.
- Avoid use in patients with bleeding disorders.
- Avoid use in patients with myasthenia gravis or other generalized muscle activity disorders.
- This product contains the blood product human albumin, so there is a theoretical risk of transferring infections.
- If patient experiences muscle weakness or vision problems, they should avoid driving or operating machinery.
- Units of different botulinum toxin brands are not equivalent.
This may not be a full list of precautions to take when using this product. Refer to product leaflet for more information.
- Bruising or bleeding at injection site
- Flu-like symptoms
- Skin rash
- Eyelid ptosis (drooping) or diplopia (seeing double)
- Brow droop
- Difficulty swallowing or breathing
Patient should tell their doctor immediately if they have problems with swallowing, breathing, or speech, or have symptoms of an allergic reaction like swollen face, lips, tongue, or throat, skin redness, or urticaria (itchy, lumpy rash). These may not be all the possible side effects. Refer to product leaflet for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Dysport?
Dysport is a vial containing a botulinum toxin type A powder, ready for reconstitution in a saline solution. Produced by the Clostridium botulinum bacterium, this neurotoxin helps block the release of acetylcholine to relax muscles, which can reduce the look of wrinkles or treat muscle spasms. This is an alternative brand to Botox®.
How do I use this botulinum toxin?
Once you reconstitute the powder with saline solution, inject the solution into the muscles underneath the wrinkle.
When should I use this botulinum toxin?
Do not inject this botulinum toxin more often than every three months.
Why do doctors use Dysport?
Plastic surgeons, dermatologists, or other doctors may use this neurotoxin to treat wrinkles caused by muscle movement, such as glabellar lines between the eyebrows. Neurologists, ophthalmologists, and other doctors may also use this botulinum toxin to treat spasmodic torticollis (also known as cervical dystonia), arm spasticity or pediatric cerebral palsy spasticity (muscle stiffness that affects movement), hemifacial spasm (facial twitching), or blepharospasm (eyelid twitch).
How does Dysport work?
Wrinkles such as glabellar lines may form as muscle movements cause facial expressions. This injectable helps block the release of acetylcholine so that the nerves are unable to signal the muscle to move. This helps relax the muscle temporarily, which helps relax the look of wrinkles at the skin's surface for a smoother appearance.
Can this botulinum toxin be combined with other treatments?
Do not use this botulinum toxin at the same time as aminoglycoside antibiotics or spectinomycin. The effect of combining different botulinum toxin brands is unknown.
How do I store Dysport?
Store unopened vials in a refrigerator, between 2° and 8° C. You can store the reconstituted product for up to 8 hours in a refrigerator before use, between 2° and 8° C.
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