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Potential Adverse Effects Of The Device On Health
Reported Device-Related Adverse Events
The most commonly reported adverse events associated with Synvisc- One are the following:
A complete list of the frequency and rate of adverse events identified in the clinical study are provided in the Safety section (Table 3).
Potential Adverse Events
The following adverse events are among those that may occur in association with intra-articular injections, including Synvisc-One
- Joint stiffness
- Joint effusion
- Joint swelling
- Joint warmth
- Injection site pain
- Gait disturbance
A complete list of the frequency and rate of adverse events identified in the clinical study are provided in the Safety section (Table 2).
SYNVISC® (3-injection regimen) post-marketing experience has identified the following systemic events to occur rarely with administration: rash, hives, itching, fever, nausea, headache, dizziness, chills, muscle cramps, paresthesia, peripheral edema, malaise, respiratory difficulties, flushing and facial swelling. There have been rare reports of thrombocytopenia coincident with SYNVISC (3-injection regimen) injection.
Read the Synvisc-One (hylan g-f 20 single intra-articular injection) Side Effects Center for a complete guide to possible side effects
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Last reviewed on RxList: 5/6/2016
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