hyaluronate

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hyaluronate

[‚hī·ə′lu̇r·ə‚nāt]
(biochemistry)
A salt or ester of hyaluronic acid.
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Tenders are invited for supply of Dextranomer Microspheres (Specification A prefilled Syringe of highly A viscous gel of Dextranomer microspheres (50mg/ml) or equivalent in a Carrier gel of non animal stabilized Hyaluronic acid (NASHA gel) or equivalent in a prefilled 1ml syringe to be used as endoscopic injection, It should be useful for treatment of vesicoureterixc reflux, It should be inert, safe, non toxic should not have any
SOLESTA is a biocompatible substance composed of stabilized hyaluronic acid, including dextranomer, manufactured according to Q-Med AB's patented technology, NASHA(TM).
Solesta([R]) is a biocompatible tissue bulking agent, consisting of dextranomer microspheres and stabilized sodium hyaluronate.
Over the last decades, dextranomer hyaluronic acid (Dx/HA, Deflux, Oceana Therapeutics Ltd, Dublin, Ireland) has become the most commonly used bulking agent worldwide.
DEFLUX is a viscous gel consisting of non-animal stabilized hyaluronic acid and dextranomer, a crosslinked polysaccharide that promotes the natural formation of connective tissue.
Containing dextranomer and hyaluronic acid (cross-linked polysaccharides), this product is currently undergoing clinical trials by Q-Med Scandinavia Inc.
For FI patients who have not responded to conservative therapy, SOLESTA, an injectable gel containing dextranomer microspheres and hyaluronic acid, may serve as a much-welcomed solution that does not involve surgery and can be performed without anesthesia.
38 - dextranomer for endoscopic treatment of VUR- Task No.