Clinical Publications

Numerous researches conducted in the last decade, have shown consistently how the JVR technology makes difference in various clinical trials. We bring you a small fraction representing the most outspoken of those researches.

Publications

Dr. Zenker reviewing a few articles about physicians experience with JVR unique technology, in the treatment of hard-to-treat indications such as severe acne scars, red and white stretch marks and wrinkles in large or gentle areas to name a few, while demonstrating the safety and effectiveness of the treatment.  In one study, after treating 20 patients in a time frame of few months, majority of patients showed increase of skin thickness which led to significant improvement in appearance. Other study mentioned in the article found that 83% of the patients stated they will recommend the treatment to friends and family.

 

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A study in Korea aimed to asses the possibility of treating wrinkles of the dermis by using subdermal minimal surgery technology. 12 participants underwent up to 4 treatments at a 4 week intervals. By using photography of before and after treatments, the study showed improvement of at least 50% of wrinkling after 6 moths in more than half of the participants,  which led to the possibility of using Enerjet to effectively treat neck wrinkles.

 

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Evaluating the efficacy and safety of skin remodeling by using pneumatically accelerated jet of HA solution under high pressure, was conducted in a study by a group of researchers from Rabin medical center in Petach Tikva and other leading physicians with similar expertise. 34 participants underwent treatments using Enerjet technology for treatment of wrinkles and skin tightness and texture, which was applied to their face, neck, chest and dorsal hands. After treating 69 dermal areas, Photographic analysis demonstrated improvement in skin variables at all body sites treated, while face and neck treatments reduced the mean Fitzpatrick-Goldman Wrinkle Classification score by 39.4% and 30.4% respectively, showing a full wrinkle class improvement.

 

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In a Period of 6 months the researchers applied 105 treatments to 20 patients using Airgent (Enerjet) while measuring skin thickness using ultrasonography. Within a week after the last treatment, all patients showed increase of skin thickness. The upper lip showed substantiating increase in thickness – 1.3 mm. Six months after the last  treatment, the skin around the eyes showed an increased thickness of 0.77mm over the baseline. The study showed that using Airgent produced increase in skin thickness that correlated with substantial improvement of appearance, so reported the patients.

 

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This study examined application of Enerjet Technology on Non-surgical Facelift tightening procedure, in wake of an existing expectations for minimally invasive procedures in cosmetic medical treatments. 30 patients in Japan, aged 41 to 69, underwent 3 sessions of treatment at 4-week intervals. pneumatic injections were applied at 5 target sites: 4 along the temporal hairline and 1 at the malar prominence, with the aim of tightening and contracting the subcutaneous layer. As a result, more than half of the patients showed mild to moderate improvement in aging face, especially in the lower face: jawline and marionette lines. The results suggest the potential of pneumatic injection of non-cross-linked HA and hypertonic glucose solution as a novel facial rejuvenation treatment with minimal morbidity and little patient discomfort.

 

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A worried patient in Korea seeking a cure for a significant Herpes Zoster, was treated with monthly application of subdermal Airgent treatment, with anesthetic cream applied for 3o minutes prior to the treatment. Noticeable improvement was noted after 2 months, followed by a satisfactory patient, after 6 months of treatment. The high-velocity HA particles act as “nano-bullets” as they disturb the dermal healing process is thought to gradually replace the HA particles. This technique might be applied in various fields of dermatologic scars and surgical scars with excellent clearance in an easy and safe manner.

Courtesy of Dr. Kim, Korea

Innovative synthesis of collagen has increased in a research of 11 healthy participants. Skin injections of HA showed increased collagen deposition around the filler. Fibroblasts in filler-injected skin demonstrated a mechanically stretched appearance and a biosynthetic phenotype. Injection of cross-linked hyaluronic acid stimulates collagen synthesis, partially restoring dermal matrix components that are lost in photodamaged skin.

 

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Acne, a skin condition widely common (seen in almost 80% of the population) can in some cases, result in permanent scars that are difficult to treat with efficacy. 10 Korean patients underwent 3 sessions of Airgent treatments while 2 independent dermatologists evaluated clinical improvement. The results showed Airgent is both effective and safe for improving acne scars, all volunteers were satisfied with the procedure and 3 months after the last treatment session, 2 patients had improvement of greater than 75% in acne scars, 6 had 50% to 75% improvement, and 2 had 25% to 50% improvement. There were no side effects except transient spot bleeding at entry points and slight edema that resolved within 48 hours.

 

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Human skin tissue was harvested in this ex vevo study, in which Airgent anti-aging effects were tested. After applying UV radiation to the skin in order to induce alterations in middle and profound dermis, a single Airgent treatment was applied .The results showed a staggering 48% increase in collagen synthesis, among other measurable results. The researchers concluded that Airgent is in fact effective for treatment of aged skin.

 

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Initial trial aiming to test the efficacy of Enerjet System was conducteded, looking for a way to provide relief  to patients with hyperhidrosis. Nowadays common practice makes use of BTX injections, commonly known to be painfull and cause future deterrence from further treatments. 11  patients took part in the study. All patients expressed satisfaction with the procedure and with the results, reporting that the injection pain was much lower compared to the control needle injections. Using Enerjet as the delivery system of BTX, replacing syringe injections, indicated improvement in symptom burden and quality of life.

 

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Watch JVR power at work!

On the left, JVR technology animation – explaining how the magic happens. On the right, EnerJet fractional jet inside a PAA gel model – wide spread representation .

Safe
Safety is one of the leading advantages of JVR technology. Because it is active in the dermis, damage to the epidermis is avoided. The tiny entry points are up to only 200 microns. No needles are required. Only the target skin layer is treated. JVR technology also enables treating all skin types, all year round, without any risk of burns.

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