SYNOLIS VA 2ml | hialuronsav 40 mg / sorbitol 80 mg
SYNOLIS VA – egy ,,intellignes” gél
- Sorbitol és hialuronsav különleges kombinációja
- Egyedülálló azonnali és hosszan tartó hatás
- Gyors fájdalomcsillapítás
Kizárólag orvosi alkalmazásra szánt orvostechnikai eszköz.
SYNOLIS VA 2ml hialuronsav 40mg / sorbitol 80 mg ( letölthető)
38 000 Ft
Minden ízületnél használható
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common joint disease worldwide and is a major cause of long-lasting disability in older people.1-3 Osteoarthritis occurs when cartilage within a joint breaks down or gets damaged. Freely moveable joints like the knee and hands are called synovial joints. The ends of bones within synovial joints are covered in cartilage, a smooth substance which functions as a shock absorber.
The space between the bones is filled with synovial fluid, which acts as kind of joint lubricant. In Osteoarthritis the cartilage breaks down, leading to inflammation and the release of damaging biological substances into the synovial fluid. Osteoarthritis usually develops slowly and worsens over time, leading to symptoms such as joint pain, swelling and stiffness.
Your doctor will talk to you about finding a plan that suits your needs. Doctors usually treat osteoarthritis with a combination of therapies:1
There are a number ways of relieving osteoarthritis symptoms without using medications.
Although it might seem counterintuitive, physical activity can actually help osteoarthritis. Not only will appropriate activities decrease osteoarthritis pain, they can improve motion and function. Your doctor may recommend activities such as walking, swimming, water aerobics. Find out more here.
A weight loss program may be recommended, if needed, particularly if osteoarthritis affects weight-bearing joints (such as the knee, hip, spine, or ankle). Excess weight puts stress on your joints so removing that stress can relieve symptoms.
These support (“assistive”) devices, such as a knee brace or shoe insert, can help by taking strain off joints.
There are different types of medication that may help osteoarthritis:
TOPICAL (PLACED DIRECTLY ON THE SKIN)
Topical pain relievers can be applied directly on the skin over the affected joints. These medicines include capsaicin cream, lidocaine and diclofenac gel.
ORAL (BY MOUTH)
Oral pain relievers such as paracetemol are common first treatments. So are nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (often called NSAIDs), which decrease swelling and pain.
Joint injections with hyaluronic acid can also give months of pain relief from osteoarthritis. Find out more here.
Many over-the-counter nutrition supplements have been used for osteoarthritis treatment. Most lack good research data to support their effectiveness and safety. Consult your doctor or pharmacist before using any of these supplements. This is especially true when you are combining these supplements with prescribed drugs.
Surgical treatment is an option for severe osteoarthritis, however not everyone can have surgery:3
Surgical intervention can be considered when the joint has serious damage, or when medical treatment fails to relieve pain and there is major loss of function. Surgical options for osteoarthritis include joint replacement.