Tuesday, June 9, 2009

BOTOX as medication

The toxin is produced by the gram-negative anaerobic bacterium Clostridium botulinum. It is harvested from a culture medium after fermentation of a toxin-producing strain of C botulinum, which lyses and liberates the toxin into the culture. The toxin is then extracted, precipitated, purified, and finally crystallized with ammonium sulfate. BTX-A should be diluted with preservative-free saline and the preparation used within 4 hours of reconstitution. Conditions for stability of the toxin in solution include pH 4.2-6.8 and temperature less than 20 degrees Celsius. Crystallized toxin is inactivated easily in solution by shaking

Botox in foot lift - relieve the muscle spasm after prolong used of too sky- high heel shoe

Botox in Bell palsy

Botox in blepharospasm

Botox in bruxism - too much grinding the teeth

Botox in cerebral palsy of muscle spasm

Botox in drooling child - work by injecting into affected saliva gland thus its side effect reduce the saliva production.

also temporary relieve in hyperhydrosis (too much sweating)

Botox in strabismus

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