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Botulinum toxin (Botox) is a neurotoxic protein (drug) produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum and related species. It prevents the release of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine from axon endings at the neuromuscular junction, thus causing flaccid paralysis. This toxin causes a life-threatening type of food poisoning when overdosed called botulism.
USES of Botulinum Toxin
BLEPHAROSPASM, HEMIFACIAL SPASM OR VIITH NERVE DISORDERS
Drooping of the eyelids, irritation or tearing, dry eye, not being able to close the eye, sensitivity to light, dizziness and tiredness. Less commonly, inward or outward turning of the eye, inflammation of the eye, double vision, and swelling of the eyelid skin lasting several days.
Drooping of the eyelids, vertical turning of the eye, double vision, bleeding beneath the eye lids and at the front of the eye. Less commonly, bleeding behind the eye ball, piercing of the sclera (the tough skin BOTOX® Botulinum Toxin Type A- CMI Version 3.0 PAGE 6 OF 7
covering part of the eye bulb), dilation of the pupil, loss of awareness of space and past pointing (the inability to place a finger on another part of the body accurately), headache, inability to focus, dizziness, discomfort/irritation of the eye, increased pressure in the eye.
SPASTICITY IN CHILDREN TWO YEARS AND OLDER
Falling, clumsiness, leg pain, weakness of the leg, localised and generalised muscle weakness. Less commonly, leg cramps, fever and knee or ankle pain, increased frequency of passing urine, joint dislocation and muscle spasms.
FOCAL SPASTICITY IN ADULTS
Most side effects that have been reported in patients being treated for focal spasticity were mild to moderate and got better without needing medical attention. Side effects reported include: pain in the affected limb, changes in ease of movement of the muscle, increased sensitivity to touch or pain and headache. Less common side effects include: weakness or a loss of energy, joint pain, skin problems, nausea, ‘pins & needles’, itching and lack of coordination.
Soreness or bruising where the injection was given, difficulty in swallowing, neck pain, weakness of the neck, and less commonly, general weakness. Side effects, if they occur, tend to appear in the first week after injection, and last about two weeks.
However, in rare instances, patients may have difficulty in swallowing that could persist for longer than two weeks after injection and may develop into a more serious condition. Make sure you tell your doctor if you experience any difficulty in swallowing.
Breathiness, difficulty in swallowing, inhalation of fluid or food particles from the stomach, narrowed air passages causing a harsh sound in breathing and pain were among the more common side effects reported in clinical trials.
Loss of movement on the face, drooping of the eyelids, skin rash, itching, pain at the injection site, neck pain, muscle pain, tenderness or weakness, muscle spasms or tightness. Less commonly, pain of skin, pain of jaw and difficulty in swallowing.
Headache, including worsening migraine, has been also reported, usually occurring within the first month after treatment; however, these reactions did not always reoccur with following treatments and the overall incidence decreased with repeated treatments.
Increase in sweating in other areas of the body and pain at the injection site.
Drooping of the eyelids, headache, face pain, redness, swelling at the injection site, bruising, skin tightness, muscle weakness, numbness or a feeling of pins and needles or nausea were among the more common effects reported in clinical trials.
Bruising at the injection site, headache and flu-like symptoms.
Headache, bruising, drooping of the eyebrows, eyelid swelling, aching/itching forehead, nausea, feeling of tension and flu-like symptoms.
What is Botox Cosmetic?
Botox Cosmetic is an injectable wrinkle muscle relaxer. It uses botulinum toxin type A, specifically OnabotulinumtoxinA, to temporarily paralyze muscle. This reduces the appearance of facial wrinkles.
Botox treatment is minimally invasive. It’s considered a safe, effective treatment for fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. It can also be used on the forehead between the eyes.
American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Botox was originally FDA approved in 1989 for the treatment of blepharospasm and other eye muscle problems.
In 2002, the FDA approved the use of Botox as a cosmetic treatment for moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows. It was approved by the FDA for the treatment of wrinkles around the corners of the eyes (crow’s feet) in 2013.
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Side Effects of Botulinum Toxin:
Are there any risks or side effects of Botulinum Toxin?
Minor bruising or discomfort may occur but should improve within a few days. Other side effects may include:
• swelling or drooping in the eyelid area
• neck pain
• double vision
• dry eyes
• allergic reactions, such as rash, itching, or asthma symptoms
Contact your provider immediately if any of these side effects occur.
What Types of Wrinkles can Botox-type Injectables Treat?
Botox-type injectables can help an adult patient of any age improve his or her appearance, not only imparting a more youthful look but also alleviating an overly concerned look, helping you look better refreshed or even more pleasant. The most commonly treated areas are those where muscle activity influences facial features, such as the following:
• Glabellar lines (a.k.a. “elevens” or frown lines)
• Wrinkles around the eyes, such as crow’s feet
• Forehead creases
• Corners of the mouth
• A “cobblestoned” appearance to the chin
How Long Do the Results Last?
The wrinkle-reducing effects from botulinum treatments will vary depending on the patient, the area treated, and the product used, but results will typically last anywhere from 3 to 6 months. To maintain your results, your cosmetic surgeon will simply repeat treatment, adjusting dosage and techniques as necessary to ensure optimal results.
Each vial of BOTOX contains either 50 Units of Clostridium botulinum type A neurotoxin complex, 0.25 mg of Albumin Human, and 0.45 mg of sodium chloride; 100 Units of Clostridium botulinum type A neurotoxin complex, 0.5 mg of Albumin Human, and 0.9 mg of sodium chloride; or 200 Units of Clostridium botulinum type A neurotoxin complex, 1 mg of Albumin Human, and 1.8 mg of sodium chloride in a sterile, vacuum-dried form without a preservative.
Usage: Clinical, Hospital, Personal
Product Type: Finished Product
Packaging Size: 100 Vial
Packaging Type: Injection
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