What is Lipolysis?
Phosphatidylcholine and deoscholate used in the treatment make an effort to burn the excess fat and cholesterol in the body. In ancient times, needle lipolysis treatment was also used in patients with high cholesterol and fat content, thanks to these substances. These substances are transferred to the person through a vein. Deoscholate (DC) is actually a bile salt, and phosphatidylcholine (PC) increases its water solubility thanks to the bile salt.
Since there is no need for a surgical operation during the treatment, people can receive an effective treatment without fear and risk. Since no operation is performed, the cost is very low. The shorter recovery period of the person makes the lipolysis treatment more advantageous.
Is Lipolysis Applicable to Every Person?
- Individuals with heart disease such as heart failure
- People with liver or kidney disease
- Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding
- Individuals who drink alcohol frequently
Complete treatment is not applied to people with obesity disease. Instead, only regional treatments are applied. For example, lipolysis treatment can only be applied to the belly area in individuals with obesity.
In Which Areas Is Lipolysis Applied?
For Whom Can Lipolysis Be Inconvenient?
This treatment may be inconvenient for heart patients, chronic lung patients, diabetes patients, pregnant women and people who have just given birth, and people who have had previous surgery in the area that needs lipolysis treatment.
For this reason, it should be ensured that patients explain their condition to their physician beforehand, and the treatment should be postponed or alleviated if necessary.