|1 - 5 pack(s)||$249.00 USD|
|6 - 10 pack(s)||$239.00 USD|
|11 - 20 pack(s)||$234.00 USD|
|21+ pack(s)||USD$229 229USD|
Cingal is indicated for the treatment of pain in knee osteoarthritis, especially in patients who have responded inadequately to conventional drug and non-drug treatments such as simple analgesics and physical therapy, respectively. The unique formulation of this drug is specially designed to offer fast, long-lasting pain relief. This makes Cingal perfect for treating athletes who are looking for quick results. Cingal is administered into the knee joint via a single intra-articular injection. To use Cingal, inject 4ml of the content into one knee joint with a sterile 18–20-gauge needle. It is not recommended to use the same needle for administering Cingal and removing synovial fluid. During administration, all standard precautions should be observed. The procedure should be performed under aseptic conditions using strict aseptic techniques. In order to avoid leakage, hold the luer hub firmly and secure the needle tightly. Do not overfill the joint. If bilateral treatment is needed, a separate needle should be used for the second joint. Cingal should only be administered by a certified health professional. Patients should not self-inject Cingal, as this may result in severe complications.
Cingal is a combination product that contains 88mg of hyaluronan and 18mg of triamcinolone hexacetonide (a cortisone). Found abundantly in the joint tissues and synovial fluid, hyaluronan acts as a lubricant and shock absorber. In osteoarthritis, the quality of the natural hyaluronan deteriorates, and there may be suboptimal levels of hyaluronan; both of these lead to knee pain and tenderness. Cingal helps supplement the amount of hyaluronan in the joint, thereby providing pain relief. At the same time, triamcinolone hexacetonide exerts its anti- inflammatory actions to further alleviate pain in the knee joint.
Cingal is CE-approved and clinically proven safe. Regardless, some patients may experience mild side effects such as bruising, redness, rash, itching, pain, and swelling. Some patients may experience facial flushing or feel achy after the injection of Cingal. The site of injection may also become thinner, and there may be a change in color. These reactions tend to be short lived and self-limiting. As a general rule, patients should see a doctor if they experience any unusual side effects or if side effects persist or worsen. This list of side effects is by no means complete. Cingal may cause adverse effects that are not listed in this section.
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