This book, containing more than photos and illustrations, provides practical guidelines for the cosmetic use of botulinum toxin type A (BTA) in Asians. Export citation; download the print book. Contents. Information . Chapter 1 - The pretherapeutic history of botulinum neurotoxin. pp By Frank J. Erbguth. Manual of Botulinum Toxin Therapy: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ronaldweinland.info
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Science and Clinical Usage 6 Basic Science: This well-organized text provides current, authoritative guidance on popular procedures including masseter hypertrophy and darker skin types, the therapeutic uses of botulinum toxins, and their future in dermatology. The renowned author team of Drs. Jean Carruthers and Alastair Carruthers offers evidence-based, procedural how-to's and step-by-step advice on proper techniques, pitfalls, and tricks of the trade, so you can successfully incorporate the latest procedures into your practice. Includes complete, clear descriptions and rationales for injection placement for facial and neck rejuvenation and hyperhidrosis, with high-quality videos demonstrating the techniques of injection.
The cold chain can be a major concern for BTX that are thermo-sensitive. Whenever the cold chain is not respected, it is highly probable that part of the vial content is damaged, therefore affecting the performance of it.
The use of non-thermo-sensitive BTX could be advisable if Cold chain rupture is an issue.
Gentle handling and attention to this details should allow to prevent this event. Dilution has been traditionally considered as a personal preference of the physician. Nevertheless, recent communications by this author have questioned this and open debate regarding the possibility of augmenting the potency of the drug by reducing the amount of solvent in the reconstitution, or better said, by concentrating the toxin.
The effects obtained through this are lesser side effects such as migration and prompt, more important and long lasting clinical benefits.
The author recommends 0. Doses are gender and individual specific. Most of the textbooks available regarding esthetic applications of BTX present recipes or treatment forms with practical advices about dose and target muscles. Nevertheless, all of this represent general recommendations to orient the clinician to target the specific dose for the specific patient.
In this way, a correct clinical response is obtained without over or under treatment of the areas involved. Patient with unreal expectations are poor candidates for BTX treatments. A correct clinical history, physical exam and discussion of the procedure with photographs, of previous treatments, will help to rule out them and avoid complications.
Resistance to chemodenervation definition This condition is defined as the absence of benefic response and muscular atrophy after BTX treatment, due to an antibody response of neutralizing antibodies to the protein content within the product that neutralizes the effect.
Examples that are particularly relevant in Asians include treatment of hypertrophy of the masseter and temporalis muscles and calf muscle reduction.
Further chapters are devoted to the use of BTA in the treatment of hyperhidrosis and the intradermal injection of BTA.
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