With our humanitarian food assistance, we provide nutritious food to those in urgent need.
Meanwhile our complementary programmes address the root causes of hunger, building the resilience of communities, so we don’t need to keep saving the same lives each year.
Training: Dysport should only be administered by appropriately trained physicians.
Ipsen can facilitate training in administration of Dysport injections.
The causes (aetiology) of Autism are still unclear.
The emerging model that we ascribe to reflects the way that a human being is built: Genes and nutrients interact to enable a single cell (fertilised egg) to multiply and differentiate to form multiple cell systems and organs, each with their own specific functions.
electromyography, electrical stimulation or ultrasound is recommended to target the injection sites.
In clinical trials, doses of 500 units and 1000 units were divided among selected muscles at a given treatment session as shown below.
No more than 1 ml should generally be administered at any single injection site.
The following is an outline of some of the most common mechanisms that have been implicated in the aetiology of Autism Spectrum Disorder: There is a multitude of genetic studies supporting the view that Autism has a genetic component, for example: A recent study has demonstrated a link between between autism and the Engrailed 2 (EN2) gene, which may contribute to up to 40% of autism cases in the general population. There is increasing evidence that people with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) have abnormalities in the serotonergic system.
For example, a functional polymorphism of the serotonin transporter gene promoter region has been reported to confer risk for ASDs, and to affect cortical grey matter volume in young children.