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intradermal

[¦in·trə′dər·məl]
(anatomy)
Within the skin.
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Intracutaneous sterile water (ISW) injections have been shown to be an effective pain reliever in 4 experimental studies, (6-9) of which 2 were double-blinded placebo-controlled randomized trials.
95028 INTRACUTANEOUS TESTS: with allergenic extracts, delayed type reaction, including reading, specify number of tests
Additionally, these Parylenes have been subjected to an array of ISO-10993 biological evaluations, including acute systemic toxicity, intracutaneous reactivity, cytotoxicity, sensitization, hemocompatibility and implantation (2, 12 and 26 weeks).
Two of the parylenes are certified to comply with USP biological testing requirements for Classification VI, including Acute Systemic Toxicity, Intracutaneous Toxicity and Implantation.
Poster Title: Efficacy of Qtrypta (zolmitriptan intracutaneous system) Before and After the Initiation of CGRP Antibody Therapy in Subjects with Migraine - a Preliminary Assessment
In the case of a negative or questionable result of the prick test, the studied individual was subjected to intracutaneous testing, which was performed with a tuberculin syringe.
Select compounds are tested and certified according to USP Class VI (Chapter 88), ISO 10993-5 (cytotoxicity), ISO 10993-10 (intracutaneous irritation), ISO 10993-11 (acute systemic toxicity) and ISO 10993-4 (hemolysis).
* Spectrophotometric intracutaneous analysis scope uses a similar analytic method as the MDSLA device but is difficult to find in the United States; however, one recent study cited a sensitivity of 81.4% and a specificity of 86.4%, indicating it has value for diagnosing melanoma.
The Quaddel injection was made with 0.1 to 0.2 mL lidocaine as intracutaneous injection.
The Qtrypta long-term safety trial is an open-label study evaluating the safety of the 3.8 mg dose of intracutaneous zolmitriptan in adults with migraine who have historically experienced at least two migraine attacks per month.
Regarding medical treatment, different drugs and substances have been used, most of them applied topically, such as anticholinergic treatment, glycopyrrolate, and scopolamine.[46] Currently, the first-choice symptomatic treatment of Frey's syndrome is intracutaneous injection of botulinum toxin (a powerful neurotoxin, which acts by blocking acetylcholine release at the neuromuscular junction), and studies on the use of intradermic injections of botulinum toxin have proved its efficacy.[50],[56]