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Estrogen Patch is Safer than Pills for Heart

...t pushes up its content. This problem is less with dermal patches, moreover the oral estrogen has to be given in higher dose than transdermally. Researchers found that the levels of C-reactive protein in blood was unchanged when women took a placebo or used the estrogen patch, but rose when they took estrog...

Hair cells can generate more stem cells than scalp

... in no way reduces the importance of the fact that dermal papilla of the hair follicle is the richest source of stem cells till date. Scientists are of the opinion that this is probably due to the reason that hair grows very fast and can replenish itself also equally fast. Stem cells are nascent cells capa...

Lidoderm for pain removal in Osteoarthritis

...analgesic effects by penetrating the epidermal and dermal layers of the skin, but need only to be applied on intact skin. The FDA approves up to three patches of Lidoderm applied to a total of 12 hrs in a 24 hrs period. Its efficacy in pain removal except for in post-herpetic neuralgia was not known before ...

New laser technology heals acne scars

...aser systems have long wavelengths that allow deep dermal penetration, and protect the epidermis while heating a large volume of dermal tissue,” she said. Yaghmai added that non-ablative lasers heal acne scars by remodeling the skin thr...

Beware Of Bogus Claims by HGH Spray Internet Marketers

...e form of pills, powders, sublingual remedies, and dermal patches, purport to function as combination HGH stimulant and releasing compounds. These sprays and nutritional HGH products generally contain a combination of amino acids, other nutrients and in some cases, proprietary peptides purportedly aimed at ...

Novel Method Of Attaching Artificial Prosthesis

...eed a structure under the skin that will allow the dermal tissues to attach into the metal," said Dr Paul Unwin, managing director of Stanmore Implants Worldwide, a medical devices company that worked in collaborated with the scientists. "What we had seen in the deer antlers was that it is very much to do...

Dust Mites Make Skin Lose Water

... that the finding could provide an explanation for dermal allergies in humans. RAS...

Now a Robot to Treat Baldness

...the hormone. "We take a very small sample of the dermal papilla cells and then grow them in a special medium until we get 10,000 fold. Then we take a very fine needle and we inject them under the skin and a new hair will grow at each point of injection," said Higgins. He added: "The cell culture growth ...

New Treatment Offers Hope for Systemic Sclerosis

...mesylate on laboratory mice with bleomycin-induced dermal fibrosis compared with non-diseased controls. On the experimental fibroblast cultures from SSc patients, imatinib mesylate strongly reduced the synthesis of EMC proteins, the number of myofibroblasts, and the thickness of skin, almost back to levels...

Allergan Introduces ‘Dermal Filler’ for Smile Lins

... treatments for a "total facial rejuvenation." The dermal fillers are based on naturally occurring hyaluronic acid used to add volume and moisture to ease facial wrinkles and folds. To conclude, the product comes at a price tag of $527 for the injectable filler procedure and each procedure must be repeate...

Botox at Your Own Risk?

...l high street, don a white coat and start offering dermal fillers or arrange Botox parties. If we - the industry - don't step in, these procedures will be less regulated than ear piercing." Lord Hunt, the Health minister, did not budge an inch. He confirmed that self-regulation measures taken by the cosme...

Gel Made of Patients Own Platelets may Speed Up Wound Healing

...d to enhance wound closure in acute full-thickness dermal wounds in healthy subjects," the authors conclude.... useful impact on the enhancement of postoperative dermal wound healing in surgical patients, the authors added. The study is published in the in the May/Ju...

Replidyne Announces Positive Phase I Results for Topical Antibiotic REP8839

...ond study, in addition to safety, tolerability and dermal irritancy, systemic exposure was examined following repeated daily application of REP8839 on a larger surface area of intact and abraded skin. In all subjects, REP8839 was associated with low systemic exposure and low skin irritancy. In the third s...

Cosmetic Eye Enhancer may Lead to Disfigurement

...gist Greg Goodman. This material does not act as a dermal filler, which would be injected superficially to smooth wrinkles, but needs to be placed deeply below the muscles to be a safer and more effective agent. The technique is still so comparatively new and unproven, however, that Goodman cautions agai...

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