Anastasia MashkinEgo Aesthetics Clinic, Cyprus
Title: Antihematomic preparation for injection procedures: How to minimize the risk of complications after traumatic procedures
Objectives: The aim of this study was to develop recommendations that shorten the recovery period after invasive procedures and reduce the risk of post-traumatic infection of soft tissues.
Introduction: The rhythm of modern life dictates the conditions under which the employee cannot fall out of the schedule for a long time. In this regard, there is an acute question of reducing the time for rehabilitation and prevention of complications after injection anti-aging procedures.
Materials / method: The study involved 20 volunteers who were shown contouring and thread lifting procedures associated with a high risk of hematomas in the post-treatment period. They received anti-hematoma therapy, including taking anti-hematoma drugs inside, as well as using external forms 5 days before the procedure, on the day of the procedure, and 2 days after the procedure. The control group consisted of 20 patients receiving the same procedures, but without anti-hematoma therapy.
Results: When comparing the course of the rehabilitation period, it was found that after anti-hematoma prophylaxis, the rehabilitation period was reduced by an average of 3 to 4 days, the size of the hematomas was much smaller and faster than in the control group.
Conclusion: Accordingly, it can be concluded that the anti-hematoma therapy has a beneficial effect on the post-treatment period, and reduces the risk of post-traumatic infection and other complications.
Anastasia Mashkin, dermatologist, aesthetic medicine practicioneer. She graduated from the Medical University with a degree in general medicine, specializing in dermatology and aesthetic medicine. She is the chief physician of the Ego Aesthetics clinic (Moscow). International expert in anti-aging medicine, speaker at international congresses, author of patents and scientific publications.