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A syringe of GO-ON® contains: 2.5 ml of 1% sodium hyaluronate solution, sodium chloride, sodium monohydrogen phosphate, sodium dihydrogen phosphate and water for injection. It is indicated for use as a viscoelastic supplementation for synovial fluid in joints. The product acts as a lubricant and also provides mechanical support, making it suitable for treatment of the symptoms of OA.

Interactions with Other Agents: There are no reports of incompatibilities of GO-ON® with other solutions for intra-articular administration. The patient may benefit from oral analgesic or anti-inflammatory agents during treatment.

Side effects: Some patients develop a skin rash. In such cases, it is advised to discontinue administration and treat the reaction. Pain (mainly transient pain after administration), swelling and effusion, as well as infection, at the injection site have rarely been reported. A few patients have complained of erythema, heat sensation and heaviness at the injection site.

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