This procedure is conducted in an outpatient clinic because no hospitalization is required.
The patient is not allowed to consume food or drink for about 45-60 minutes after the injection.
We urge everyone with TS to remember that you are a “person first” with qualities, values, and interests that are important to you, as valid as anyone else’s, and that these will likely be attractive to potential friends and relations.
Asprin and ibuprofen is not allowed a week prior to and until the injection at least 3-4 days after to prevent excessive bleeding.
The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. This is an efficacy trial to understand the right dosage of Abobotulinum toxin A which can be affective.
Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U. The study will involve an injection of 2.5 units of Dysport on each side of the affected vocal cords for patients with a diagnosis of Primary Tourette's syndrome.
This will allow the lidocaine to be sprayed throughout the airway preventing coughing and swallowing during the procedure.
An Electromyography (EMG) guidance a needle containing Dysport will be injected into the thyroarytenoid muscles will potentially reduce the vocal dyskinetic features in patients with TS.
The issue may be what you think about yourself, not how others see you.