InflammEnz™ Research

Results from a study conducted at the University of Southwest Texas Medical School reported in the Journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons as well as clinical trial results reported in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal, Lipoplasty magazine, and at the scientific meeting of The American Vein and Lymphatic Society, all demonstrate that patients taking InflammEnz™ experience resolution of their pain, discoloration and swelling caused by soft tissue trauma significantly faster than those not taking InflammEnz™.*

Although research to date has focused on surgical wound healing, many different types of healthcare practitioners have found InflammEnz™ to be beneficial in speeding the repair of a variety of soft tissue injuries, not just surgical wounds.*


The Use of Oral Proteolytic Enzymes in the Post-Lipoplasty Patient

Three common problems in the post-lipoplasty patient are bruising, edema, and discomfort. Changes in technology, technique, and post-operative care are all directed at reducing one or all of these problems. The majority of changes which have occurred in lipoplasty have come about as an attempt to reduce either the cause or the effect of the aspira­tion of adipose tissue on surrounding structures.

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Oral Nutritional Supplementation Accelerates Skin Wound Healing

Brown, S. A. Ph.D.; Coimbra, M. M.D.; Coberly, D. M. M.D.; Chao, J. J. M.D.; R, Rod J. M.D.

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Witch’s Chin: A Progressive,
Three-Step Technique

Bernardi, C. M.D.; Amata, P. L. M.D.; Dura, S. M.D.
Discussion by Barry M. Zide, D.M.D., M.D.

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The Use of Proteolytic
Enzymes in Sclerotherapy

The American Vein and Lymphatic Society
Lomax, John E. M.D.

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The Use of Oral Proteolytic Enzymes in Patients After Undergoing Blepharoplasty

In the patient who has significant ecchymosis after under­going blepharoplasty, the ecchymosis usually does not start to resolve earlier than the fourth or fifth day after surgery and may persist for up to 10 days. In my experi­ence this type of patient should have had swelling and bruising for at least a week and possibly longer. The only change made in routine postoperative care was the addi­tion of the InflammEnz™ dietary supplement.

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