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- What is hyaluronate-injection, and how does it work (mechanism of action)?
- What brand names are available for hyaluronate-injection?
- Is hyaluronate-injection available as a generic drug?
- Do I need a prescription for hyaluronate-injection?
- What are the side effects of hyaluronate-injection?
- What is the dosage for hyaluronate-injection?
- Which drugs or supplements interact with hyaluronate-injection?
- Is hyaluronate-injection safe to take if I'm pregnant or breastfeeding?
- What else should I know about hyaluronate-injection?
What is the dosage for hyaluronate-injection?
Sodium hyaluronate is administered into the knee joint (intra-articular injection) once a week for a total of 3-5 injections. 20 mg (Euflexxa, Hyalgan) or 25 mg (Supartz) should be injected into the affected knee once weekly.
Which drugs or supplements interact with hyaluronate-injection?
No clinically significant drug-drug interactions between sodium hyaluronate injection and other medications have been reported.
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