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Cingal

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For knee joint lubrication to stop pain. Cingal is a single-injection osteoarthritis knee pain relief treatment that combines the fast* relief of a corticosteroid with the long-lasting relief of a viscosupplement.

How does Cingal Injection work?

Buy Cingal injection online. What is a Cingal injection? Cingal is a viscous (thick) is for intra-articular injection, as a sterile mixture of hyaluronan with a steroid. The hyaluronan is highly purified and made from bacterial fermentation. Hyaluronan is a natural chemical found in the body. High amounts of hyaluronan are found in the joint tissues and in the fluid that fills the joints. The body’s own hyaluronan acts as a lubricant and a shock absorber in the joint. It is needed for the joint to work properly.

What’s in the Cingal box?

1 x 5ml : Cross linked Sodium Hyaluronate 88mg

Triamcinolone Hexacetonide 18mg

What are the benefits of Cingal?

Sodium Hyaluronate’s essential properties can:

Perform shock absorbency properties within the synovial joint

Lubricate the synovial compartment

How can Cingal injection help you? or Buy Cingal injection online

With osteoarthritis, there is not always sufficient natural hyaluronan in the joint area, and the quality of that hyaluronan may be poorer than normal. Cingal supplements hyaluronan to the knee joint, whilst also using steroid, triamcinolone hexacetonide, to provide short-term and long-lasting pain relief by reducing inflammation, while the hyaluronan component provides long-lasting pain relief. Cingal is given in a single shot (injection) directly into the joint of the knee.

What are the side effects of Cingal injection?

Side effects are sometimes seen when Cingal® is injected into the knee joint. These can include pain, swelling, heat, rash, itching, bruising, and/or redness. You may also feel achy. The skin at the injection site may become thinner or change color.
SAFETY AND SIDE EFFECTS

 

  • Cingal® should be injected by a qualified physician or properly licensed practitioner.
  • Tell your healthcare professional if you have any known allergies before Cingal® is administered.
  • The safety and effectiveness of Cingal® have not been shown in pregnant or nursing women. You should tell your healthcare professional if you are pregnant or nursing.
  • Side effects are sometimes seen when Cingal® is injected into the knee joint. These can include pain, swelling, heat, rash, itching, bruising, and/or redness. You may also feel achy. The skin at the injection site may become thinner or change color. You may experience facial flushing. These reactions are generally mild and do not last long.
  • If any of these symptoms or signs appear after you are given Cingal®, or if you have any other problems, you should call or visit your healthcare professional.
How often can you get Cingal injection?
How Often Can I Get a Cortisone Injection? In general, because of the risks associated with cortisone injections, doctors recommend patients should not receive injections more often than every twelve weeks, no more than three or four times annually in any single joint, and no more than six a year for your entire body.

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