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Prescription required for orders placed from the USA Durolane is the new HA product for the treatment of OA (osteoarthritis) in the knee
All Injections must be injected by a practitioner who has medical and specialist training. The practitioner must be medically qualified.
Each ml contains: Hyaluronic acid, stabilized 20mg Phys. Sodium chloride solution, pH 7 q.s.
Durolane should be stored in its original packaging at a temperature of 2 ° C - 25 ° C. The expiry data is indicated on the package. Protect from sunlight and freezing.