Picking the Best Botox® Training Program
Picking the Best Botox® Training Program In order for physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants to administer Botox®, they must undergo some form of Botox®...
8 days ago - IAPAM
Botulinum Toxin Type A Intralesional Monotherapy for Treating Human Hypertrophic Scar in a Dose-dependent Manner: in an Animal Model
The effect of Botulinum toxin type A in treating or preventing hypertrophic scar had been reported in clinical studies. However, the dose effect relationship remains unclear.
12 days ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
Eccrine hidrocystoma: A report of two cases with special reference to dermoscopic features
Pradeep Kumar, Vijay Gandhi, Priti Kumari Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery 2021 14(1):112-114 Eccrine hidrocystomas are benign tumors, which arise as cystic...
13 days ago - Journal of Cutaneous Online
A retrospective study supporting the importance of individualizing the dose of botulinum toxin according to the age
Bruna Souza Felix Bravo, Raquel de Melo Carvalho, Bruna Fanton Gallo, Leonardo Gonçalves Bravo Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery 2021 14(1):82-86 Background: Botulinum...
13 days ago - Journal of Cutaneous Online
Treatment of axillary bromhidrosis in adolescents by combining electrocauterization with ultrasound-guided botulinum toxin type A injection
Our study aimed to investigate the efficacy of treatment combined electrocauterization after removal of apocrine sweat glands with ultrasound-guided botulinum toxin type A...
17 days ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
Miracle Poison Holds Gateway To Novel Therapeutics
Botulinum toxin proteins can be engineered to find new yet different protein targets with high selectivity, a critical advance toward potential new treatments for everything...
2 monthes ago - Medindia Health
'Miracle poison' for novel therapeutics
Researchers demonstrate they can engineer botulinum toxin proteins to find new targets with high selectivity, a critical advance toward potential new treatments for everything...
2 monthes ago - ScienceDaily
Botulism breakthrough? Taming botulinum toxin to deliver therapeutics
Currently there's no treatment for botulism once the toxin gets into neurons. This novel treatment neutralized the toxin with a second, modified botulinum toxin that delivered...
3 monthes ago - ScienceDaily
New Method Holds Potential to Fight Botulinum Toxin
New approach produces strong antidotal efficacy in treating lethal botulism in mice, guinea pigs and rhesus macaque monkeys.
3 monthes ago - Medindia Health
Transverse facial artery: Its role in blindness after cosmetic filler and botulinum toxin injections
Masseter injections for cosmetic or pathological reasons are increasingly common, as are filler injections using dual or multi-plane techniques in the lateral facial regions or...
4 monthes ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
The headlines of Master Doctor
Personalized medicines could be manufactured with 3D printing technology
Customized medicines could one day be manufactured to patients' individual needs, with University of East Anglia researchers investigating technology to 3D ‘print' pills.
Minister vetoes $280m loan to Queensland wind farm
Keith Pitt overturned a recommendation from the Northern Australia Infrastructure Fund when he vetoed wind farm funding, but the company says it will push ahead.
Yes, bank dividends are back but let's not party like it's 2019
Banks haven't let the COVID crisis go to waste, taking the opportunity to cut their payout ratios to shareholders happy to grab what they can.
Fiji locks down 400-patient hospital after COVID death
Health authorities are quarantining all patients and staff within the compound until they can determine who had contact with the coronavirus patient.
NSW government cops water policy blow as another setback looms
The upper house has rejected the scheme to license irrigators' extraction during floods while a federal agency has dismissed the government's river plans.
‘There is no time limit': Jack de Belin jury could keep deliberating into...
The jury in the trial of footballers Jack de Belin and Callan Sinclair have signalled they may continue deliberating into next week in order to reach a unanimous verdict on the...
No time to waste as world debates vaccine justice
While nations including Australia debate the details of a temporary waiver of vaccine patents, dangerous variants mutate in raging outbreaks around the world.
Fear of losing employer-sponsored health insurance keeps 1 in 6 workers in...
One out of every six adult workers in the United States are staying in jobs they might otherwise leave out of fear of losing their employer-sponsored health insurance...
Who is Yair Lapid, Israel's would-be prime minister?
The former journalist, popular television host and finance minister has been given a chance to oust Benjamin Netanyahu.
Bright light therapy efficacious for treating bipolar depression
Bright light therapy appeared efficacious as a treatment for bipolar depression, according to a presenter at the American Psychiatric Association's annual meeting. “Light...