Liposonix Clinical Trials â€“ Is it Safe?29 Feb
Liposonix is an ultrasound machine that may target ultrasound energy at specific fat areas precisely at depths underneath the skin. The ultrasound beam focused may cause the targeted fat to coagulate thermally. The fat is released from dying fat cells by transporting them away by bodyâ€™s lymphatic system and metabolizing in the liver.
Liposonix clinical trials have proved the procedure to be free from any serious or unanticipated side effects. The procedure may take 1 hour to be performed and the patient may feel a cold sensation, warmth, prickling or tingling during the procedure. They may also have discomfort or pain. The discomfort is managed by adjusting the ultrasound intensity or administering the patient with oral analgesic medication. The downtime is very less and the results may be observed after 8–12 weeks.
The areas to be treated include abdomen, love handles or flanks, outer and inner thigh. According to Liposonix clinical trials, the patient may reduce the waist size by 2.8 cm or 1.1 inches.
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