One vile of kybella fills how many syringes? (photos)
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Depends on how large the syringe was and how much it was able to hold. Each vial has 2.2cc of Kybella.
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Dear stephq333,Thank you for your question and photo. As as been accurately discussed a Kybella vial contains approximately 2.2 cc's of fluid (deoxycholic acid). When placed in a 1cc syringe two syringes would be needed to place the content of the vial. In your photo I see ten injection sites which if 0.2 cc are placed in each site as recommended then this would be one vial. If however a larger syringe was used then yes the entire vial could be placed according to an "off label" protocol in only one syringe. You seem concerned thus a visit to the site where you had the treatment done will help allay any of your concerns. Best of luck.
Off-label Kybella use
Sorry to hear about your experience. I think it is always a good idea for physicians to explain to patients exactly what they are doing and how they are doing it and what the patient is paying for. First off, the area you had injected is an "off-label" non-FDA approved indication. That being said, there are still several injectors doing it although I myself tend to limit Kybella to the submental area.
Kybella is usually drawn up in 1 cc syringes. A vial of Kybella has 2 cc of the product and so 2 syringes (assuming they were each 1 cc) would be required. I believe the best thing to do is followup with your provider and discuss you concerns. Hope this helps. Good luck.
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One vile of kybella fills how many syringes?
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Kvbella volume of injection
Hello - and thank you for your question! It totally depends on the size of syringe used. A vial of Kybella (which typically costs between $600 and $800) contains 2.2 cc of fluid. If your injector was using a 1 cc syringe, there would be two full syringes per vial. However - if they used a 3 cc syringe, it would only take one syringe to hold all the fluid in the vial. Also - the number of points injected does not matter as much as how much fluid there was in each injection site. Again - for example - if your injector placed .1 cc in each injection point (on the low end of the scale) you could do almost 20 points with a single vial. If, however, the injector places .3 cc (the higher end) in each injection point you wold expect to get about 8 injection points to a vial. Therefore, it is not possible to tell how much was injected from the number of syringes or the number of injection points alone. I hope this helps, and good luck!
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