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Urinary Incontinence Q&A: Causes Plus Botox And Other Treatments

Man Receiving Botox InjectionNot being able to control the bladder shouldn’t be embarrassing or depressing for your patients. It’s something that many people must deal with. Knowing all they can about incontinence, its causes and its treatments can help your patients feel empowered to deal with the stress and inconvenience of incontinence.

It’s a topic many patients are reluctant to talk about, but once word gets around that you can provide help, desperate patients will find you. Isn’t that a great position to be in for you and your practice?

Here’s a starter course on incontinence and its treatment – perhaps including some info you haven’t heard before:

What is urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is a condition that happens when the bladder muscles that control urine flow relax involuntarily, causing leaking or urination. Statistics show that 200 million or more people around the world have this issue.

What causes incontinence?

Incontinence isn’t a disease but rather a symptom of a medical condition. It may be temporary and caused by a variety of conditions including a vaginal infection or constipation. It can also be brought on by foods that contain alcohol, caffeine, carbonation or chocolate. It may be chronic and caused by nerve damage, a weak pelvic floor or overactive muscles in the bladder. Incontinence is also associated with certain disabilities.

Can the condition be treated?

Yes, but different treatments are indicated depending on the cause and severity of the incontinence. Stress incontinence can be treated very successfully in many cases with weight loss, pelvic floor exercises, vaginal weights, electrical stimulation and other treatments. They may not provide lasting relief, however. Estrogen treatment, alpha agonists and surgery may also be required. Surgery can include suspension operations and implanting of artificial urinary sphincters.

Can Botox be used to treat urinary continence?

Yes, research has shown that small amount of Botox can help with an overactive bladder, one of the causes of incontinence. The procedure involves injecting Botox through a scope inserted in the urethra. By carefully injecting Botox directly into the bladder muscle, urinary incontinence can be reduced or eliminated. As with other therapeutic uses of Botox – like for treating clenching, migraines and excessive sweating – this treatment has shown to be safe and effective in clinical situations.

What about bladder retraining?

Bladder retraining is an effective treatment for incontinence that can be used along with Botox or on its own. This is accomplished by training the bladder to empty on a specific schedule. The patient must go to the bathroom on this schedule even if they don’t need to go for it to be effective. It also means waiting until this scheduled time even if the patient needs to go sooner. Kegel exercises and other methods are usually involved as well.

Why not just recommend adult diapers?

Many people with incontinence must wear adult diapers, which are designed for adults and have thick, strong lining. A variety of choices are available. But if something as simple as exercises, void scheduling and Botox injections can reduce or eliminate urinary incontinence, you may be able to relieve your patients from the burden of having to use diapers. Social taboos and a concern about loss of dignity are among the reasons that patients may be unwilling to use adult diapers.

Learn Botox For Cosmetic and Therapeutic Purposes

Dentox does more than offer Botox training in reducing facial lines and wrinkles. The Dentox class taught by Dr. Howard Katz includes instruction on using Botox for therapeutic purposes – including for excessive sweating, TMD, migraines and urinary continence. Get the skills you need to make a real difference in the lives of your patience when you take Botox training from Dr. Katz.

Live patient courses: https://dentox.com/live-courses/

Live/online courses: https://dentox.com/all-courses/botox-training/https://dentox.com/all-courses/dermal-fillers/

More Men Than Every Are Having Cosmetic Procedures

Man Having Botox InjectionsHistorically, cosmetic procedures were mostly for women. Today, you can look to statistics or just look around you and see that more men than ever are having cosmetic procedures, including surgery, Botox and more. What was once taboo is now a modern trend.

Men are more concerned about their appearance than ever before, and there’s a growing level of acceptance that cosmetic procedures are just a part of modern life. The stigma for men considering cosmetic procedures is fading, but it isn’t gone yet.

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery keeps stats that indicate at least 1.2 million cosmetic procedures are performed on men each year – a number that’s steadily rising. The organization began keeping statistics in 1997, and the number of men having procedures has more than tripled since then. At least 10 percent of all cosmetic procedures are on men – and yes, that number is growing as well.

Even Better News For Those Who Offer Cosmetic Procedures

If your medical or dental office provides cosmetic procedures, there’s even better news. A survey by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery found that more than a third of men are “extremely likely” to consider a cosmetic procedure in the future, including Botox and other injectables. The reasons given for considering a procedure include feeling more confident, looking younger and staying competitive in their careers.

Today, some cosmetic surgeons are offering clinics solely for male clients – so that there won’t be any women patients to see them as they have work done. These centers promise the highest level of care of physicians specially trained to work on men.

Where injectables are concerned, there are some differences between how men and women and treated. Men often require larger Botox does than women for the same effect because their facial muscles are larger – but individualized treatment is necessary because this is not always the case.

In addition to injectables and surgery, men sometimes turn to aesthetics clinics for chemical peels, liposuction and more. Some centers even offer penile enhancement and other male-specific services at the same location. Other procedures men may have include eye lifts, breast reductions, tummy tucks and even full facelifts.

Men Often Don’t Like Surgery

In some cases, men are more squeamish about having surgery than women. That means they’re perfect candidates for Botox and other injectables, which don’t require surgery. Men often don’t want long down times or time away from work either. But injectables can be administered quickly in the office, then the patient can go back to work right away with no or very little bruising or swelling.

Men also frequently turn to Botox for excessive sweating, jaw clenching from stress and other therapeutic purposes. They may choose to go to a special clinic for these procedures or have the treatment performed by their regular doctor or dentist as part of a scheduled visit.

Dentox is the nation’s leading trainer in Botox, dermal fillers and related injectables. We train doctors, dentists and anyone allowed by law to administer Botox. Led by Dr. Howard Katz, the inventor of Botox training, these fast-paced one-day seminars are the right choice for medical professionals who want to learn the basics without hassles or a large time commitment. Continuing education credit is included, something most medical professionals need anyway.

Learn more about Dentox on this website, then sign up for Botox training from Dentox. After your training seminar, get ready for a new world of opportunities meeting the needs of male and female clients.

After all, many of them are going to get injectables anyway. It might as well be from you.

Live patient courses: https://dentox.com/live-courses/

Live/online courses: https://dentox.com/all-courses/botox-training/https://dentox.com/all-courses/dermal-fillers/

Botox Anywhere: Barbershops In Some Areas Offering Botox

Man Having BotoxIf you haven’t visited a barbershop recently, you may not realize that times have changed. They aren’t like they used to be. Today’s barbershops sometimes offer men as many services and amenities as hair salons offer women. This can include hot towels, massages, a selection of craft beers and so much more. And now, some salons are offering “brotox” – a cutesy name these haircutters use for men’s cosmetic Botox treatments.

It seems men are turning to the places they’re already visiting for the Botox they want and need to reduce fine lines and get rid of furrowed brows and more. A barbershop – like a doctor’s or dentist’s office – is safe space. It’s comfortable, familiar and inviting.

Men Are Taking More Care

In fact, some of the nation’s biggest and best barbershops are now offering Botox, validating for men that taking care of themselves is acceptable and normal. Like a doctor or dentist, a barber is also close to the face, something men accept. So it just makes sense that barbers would offer Botox where allowed by law.

In today’s world, male celebrities and TV personalities speak openly about cosmetic treatments in interviews and on social media. Because more and more men see Botox and other cosmetic treatments as normal now, the number of guys going for the needle is increasing, according to research.

And the trend is likely to continue. Men are pressured at work to look and act young and vital. Their girlfriends and even their mothers are having cosmetic procedures, making them look like the odd man out if they don’t take advantage of today’s cosmetic miracles.

Men Can Get Excellent Outcomes

With proper Botox treatment, a man can get amazing results. The most common injection site for men is on the frown lines – so that they look less cranky or angry. The next most common injection site is along the horizontal lines on the forehead. In this case, less is more for natural-looking results that no one will notice.

Ideally, most men who seek Botox at the barbershop – or anywhere else – want to look fresh and well-rested, but they don’t want to appear to have had work done. The smallest correction is all that some men want, while others are willing to go a bit farther. But most men don’t want the work to be noticeable.

Getting Botox Where They Already Are

Some men simply turn to their regular doctor for Botox. After all, they visit the office once or twice a year anyway, so they might as well get some lines reduced while they’re there. The dentist’s office is also a popular spot for men who are seeking out Botox injections. Dentists can provide teeth whitening, veneers and other cosmetic procedures related to the teeth to further help men look younger.

Many men find it easier to accept having a barber, doctor or dentist they already know perform Botox than visiting the office of someone who specializes in cosmetic procedures. In addition to reducing the stigma associated with having cosmetic treatments, men are often apprehensive about visiting an office that they feel may be geared toward women.

Dentox teaches doctors, dentists and others who are allowed by law to inject Botox the skills necessary to satisfy both men and women. We teach cosmetic Botox application as well as Botox for therapeutic purposes. And we do it all in multiple locations around the United States. If it’s time for you to get the skills to take your business to the next level, sign up for a one-day Botox training class from Dentox and Dr. Howard Katz. There’s probably one coming up near you.

Live patient courses: https://dentox.com/live-courses/

Live/online courses: https://dentox.com/all-courses/botox-training/https://dentox.com/all-courses/dermal-fillers/

Allergan Pushing Botox To Men More Than Ever

Man Having Botox Treatment Some doctors and dentists are now promoting male-only Botox and injectables practices that offer an experience more like a sports bar than a medical office. Imagine leather sofa, cigars and highballs on offer.

For male Botox and male cosmetic surgery, it’s a trend that’s working. Many of these medical professionals report getting more male clients than ever.

And this marketing effort aimed at men isn’t just the invention of a few innovative doctors. It’s part of a concerted effort by Botox maker Allergan. The media has dubbed the current trend toward injectables for men “Brotox”. And the Allergan effort behind this emphasis on Botox for men includes television, social media and print ads specifically intended to lure men. Ads have run during the Stanley Cup, baseball games and at other times when statistics show that men are watching.

An Allergan spokesman admits in media interviews that the campaign is larger in scale than any past campaign by the company aimed at men, but he didn’t disclose the size of the investment.

Promising Stats For Medical Pros Who Offer Botox

In 2017, almost half a million men got Botox injections. While that’s just a small fraction of the 7.2 million women who got Botox, it’s still significant. And the number of men going under the needle has increased almost five times since 2000.

Allergan has a bit of catching up to do in getting its share of that business. Rival product Dysport from Galderma has been heavily targeting men for more than 2 years with a male-specific website. Its loyalty program has increased enrollment by 45 percent in a recent 12-month period, a rate that’s growing faster than its female loyalty program. Merz Pharma’s Xeomin has been marketed toward men since 2016.

Still, Allergan has one big advantage: It’s an iconic brand with a product name that defines that category. Some analysts point out, however, that it’s a brand that mostly resonates with women.

The Allergan CEO Is Also A Client

Allergan’s CEO Brent Saunders isn’t just the leader of the brand, he’s also a client of it. Not long after getting the top job at the company his colleagues injected him with Botox at a sales meeting – live on stage. He said he continues to get regular Botox injections.

He’s 48, proving to customers that Botox isn’t just for old men. In fact, the average male Botox client is around 42, but it’s not uncommon for people to get injections in their 20s.

Market analysts say that the biggest stumbling block in marketing Botox to men is that the male half of the population mostly either don’t know much about Botox or don’t understand its safety and effectiveness. Men often must learn of injectables from word of mouth – if they happen to know someone open enough to share.

Marketing push or not, the trend toward men getting Botox is expected to continue. Allergan is banking on the trend growing quickly and by great numbers.

Your practice can be part of the Botox revolution involving both men and women if you get the right training. Botox training from Dentox is available online and in locations around the country and takes only a single day. During that day, you can pick up Continuing Education credit as well as all the skills you need to inject Botox. You may even be able to inject a live patient during the training seminar.

Learn more about Dentox courses on Botox for cosmetic and therapeutic purposes. Then sign up. Soon, you can add Botox to your established medical or dental practice or even open a new aesthetics clinic. The possibilities are endless when you have the right training.

Live patient courses: https://dentox.com/live-courses/

Live/online courses: https://dentox.com/all-courses/botox-training/https://dentox.com/all-courses/dermal-fillers/

Dentox Injectables Course From Founder Of Botox Training Coming Up In San Diego!

Looking for some great news that can result in a boost to your practice? The original Botox training class – the Dentox course from Dr. Howard Katz – is coming up soon in San Diego. It’s a chance for California doctors and dentists to learn from the man who created Botox and dermal filler training and whose name is synonymous with therapeutic and cosmetic use of injectables. There’s no need to travel far when you can take the one-day course soon – right here in San Diego.

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Now Featuring Innovative PRP For Healing And Aesthetics

Dentox is pleased to offer something new in our San Diego training class: instruction on Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy – or PRP. This innovative therapy was developed for the doctor’s or dentist’s office by Dr. Katz and is already gaining in popularity and acceptance worldwide. You may already have patients asking for it.

PRP is great for two purposes: It can be a cost-effective alternative to dermal fillers for patients with lines and wrinkles not eliminated with Botox. It can also be used for therapeutic purposes to help your bone graft, tissue graft or dental implant patients heal from their procedures better and faster.

So how does PRP work? Using a special centrifuge you can set up in your office, you can refine your patient’s blood into an injectable product. The result is less expensive than dermal fillers, providing cost savings for you and your patient. And it can aid in healing like nothing else. Even better, there’s no risk of allergic reaction because it’s made from your patient’s own blood.

PRP is newly developed for doctor and dental offices by Dr. Katz and can’t be learned just anywhere. When you take Botox training in San Diego, however, a module is devoted to the revolution in injectables.

San Diego Injectables Training Schedule

Our hands-on, one-day course is unlike any other and includes a full day of learning directly from Dr. Katz. He provides comprehensive training that’s stripped down to what matters most. The training follows this strict schedule:

8 am to 11 am: Botox injection training, the heart of the seminar

11 am to 1 pm: Hands-on practice on your live model or simulated skin

1:30 pm to 3:30 pm: Dermal Filler Training and DentoX Lift Training

3:30 pm to 5:30 pm: Exclusive PRP Training and More Hands-On Practice

Additional Details On What You Will Learn

So what else will you learn besides PRP? The one-day seminar is complete training on Botox, dermal fillers, PRP and the DentoX LIFT nonsurgical facelift developed by Dr. Katz. Some specific topics include:

  • Proper patient consultation techniques
  • Indications and contraindications
  • Safety issues and concerns
  • Treatment depth and sites
  • Avoiding adverse reactions
  • Using Botox for teeth grinding, jaw problems and more
  • Suggested fee structures
  • Charting, forms and insurance issues
  • Marketing your new skills
  • And much more.

Here are the details about our upcoming San Diego training seminar:

Date: 03/9/19

Time: 8am

Location: TBA

We strongly suggest you arrive early and stay late for networking.

When you make the smart choice to join us at our home base in San Diego for filler and Botox training from Dr. Katz, you’re selecting to learn useful, important skills that can enhance your practice and boost its bottom line – from the proven leader in the injectables industry. California doctors and dentists are sure to benefit from this new sideline – a sideline that might just become your primary business.

Take the career-changing step to move yourself and your practice forward with Botox injectables training in San Diego from Dentox. The location is comfortable and convenient, the Continuing Education credit is something you need anyway and the price is affordable. Why not sign up now?

Course details: https://dentox.com/botox-training-san-diego/ or call 858-550-9533

Clinical Pearls – Botox & Fillers Training Videos Part 8

This blog post is the next installation of a multi-part series of articles exploring the hidden gems of Dentox’s YouTube channel. Each article briefly explores a pair of videos in each of which Dr. Howard Katz shares his famous tips and tricks. These are the same tidbits of professional insider knowledge that put Dentox courses at the head of the pack in medical aesthetics education.

Double concentration

Like with any procedure, Botox treatments can result in side-effects. What’s interesting, especially to professionals new to medical aesthetics, is that the treatment for Botox’s side effects is….more Botox. Part and parcel with providing Botox injections to patients is preparing effectively to quickly treat patients returning with complaints of one of the few common side effects.

Dr. Katz provides a brief overview of the procedure for saving a portion of your Botox supply for this eventuality. Thought not explicitly discussed in the video, the word “save” has a second, and just an important meaning. Though our instructor advises us on how to put aside a certain dose of Botox for the treatment of side effects, his advice is also going to save us money.

Dentox training courses have become well-known for not just the quality of the medical training, but also the powerful marketing and business advice. If you’re new to the field, as many of our course participants are, then you need the best advice from a fellow professional who’s been in the business for decades.

In just over two minutes, Dr. Katz provides a capsule of this valuable dual-track knowledge. Watch for yourself here:

Don’t shake it t’il you break it

The tip in this video is simple. At Dentox, we endorse a straightforward curriculum that has only the most useful and accessible knowledge related to the best medical practices and best business practices. Elegant and impactful professional insider knowledge doesn’t need to be complex and packed full of meaningless important-sounding jargon.

We want participants to be impressed only with the immediate effect our training courses have on the success of their practice. And, that is what this next YouTube hidden gem features. In just under two minutes, Dr. Katz provides this advice: don’t shake the bottle after you add the Botulinum toxin to the saline solution.

Botulinum toxin molecules are very fragile, and shaking the vial (as you will be tempted to do from habit) reduces its potency.

Interestingly, in this business you will find that sometimes the best practices are counterintuitive. But, Dr. Katz sees you through the logic of this tip in the same straightforward and experienced manner he runs our in-person and online injectables courses.

We’re proud to share our expert knowledge with a wider audience on a platform like YouTube. If you liked this video, you can check out one of our many other “genius minute” and testimonial videos or you can simply check back in here when we share our next hidden gem!

Dentox Online Botox Program Reviewed

Dentox Review – Training With Dr. Katz (Dr. Heinrich)

“Hi this is Dr. Cal Heinrich, I practice in Las Vegas. I’ve enjoyed both courses that have been put on by Dentox. I first took the Filler course, and now have completed the Botox training as well. Dr. Katz, Howard, as he likes to be called, has provided excellent support for me and the few questions that I had. I think both of the courses were very well done, you can see the tremendous experience that he has by being able to warn you regarding possible complications, and how to avoid various difficult situations – patient management, also, even concerning fees and practical matters such as that. So I would highly recommend both the filler and botox training that is provided by Dr. Katz at Dentox. Ari has also been very supportive. You’ve got a question, and get an immediate answer. I’m very impressed, and would recommend the courses to anyone that would be possibly considering them.”

– Dr. Cal Heinrich

Leading Dentox Injectables Course Comes To Boston Soon!

Here’s some very positive news that could help you advance your career and expand your practice: The proven, powerful Dentox injectables course will be available soon in Boston, giving Massachusetts dentists and doctors the chance to learn from the innovator who created Botox and dermal filler training. And you can train conveniently in the Boston area without having to travel out of state.

Lots of details are coming your way, but you can skip down and see the dates and times if you like. Or stay for the whole post and find out about Dentox and our Botox and dermal filler training.

Boston Course Photo

This daylong seminar is a unique learning opportunity that isn’t offered in Boston often, so please don’t miss this upcoming chance. You get Botox training, dermal filler training and more – plenty to help you create a lucrative medical aesthetics practice or create a big sideline in injectables at your dental or physician’s office.

Understand PRP By Learning From A Leader

For most of our seminar participants, the most exciting and enticing opportunity we provide in our Dentox one-day training on Botox and dermal fillers is the new module on PRP – or Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy. This remarkable therapy is gaining acceptance and popularity around the world – so much so that your clients may already be asking for it. To avoid being left behind, get in on it now.

As well as being a smart way to plump lines and reduce other signs of aging with a lower cost than dermal fillers, PRP also has therapeutic uses as a way to help patients who have had surgery or an injury recover better and faster.

Here’s how PRP works: In your office using a PRP centrifuge – the only major expense involved in this therapy – your patient’s own blood is refined into an injectable that can be used in a way similar to some dermal fillers and also to speed and improve healing. It can even effectively speed bone regeneration. Without parallel as a healing tool and less expensive for you and your patient than dermal fillers, there’s also no risk of allergies.

Since PRP injection is new, there aren’t very many places you can learn it. The Dentox Boston Botox and injectables training, however, includes a special module on PRP that provides all the details you need to start providing PRP in your office right away.

And that’s just one thing you’ll learn in this seminar. But before we talk about more specifics, let’s get to the schedule.

Hands-On Boston Botox And Injectables Training Schedule

Signing up for our Botox training and dermal filler training in Boston means you’re selecting a one-day course that’s totally comprehensive yet stripped down to only the essentials. We follow this strict schedule:

8 am to 11 am: The primary training in Botox and related products
11 am to 1 pm: Practicing what you’ve learned and proving mastery
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm: Dermal Filler Training and the exclusive DentoX Lift Training
3:30 pm to 5:30 pm: PRP Training and Additional Hands-On Practice

Remember, every module of this daylong event is a mini-seminar, then a hands-on, fully practical session follows at the end. All sections are instructed and led by Dr. Howard Katz, an innovator who created Botox training and PRP training and has been a leader in related fields for years.

Going In-Depth Details On What You Will Learn

When you make the lucrative and intelligent decision to take Botox, dermal filler and PRP therapy training in Boston from Dentox, you’re choosing to learn from our lead trainer, Dr. Katz, and benefit from his years of expertise.

Here are some of the topics that will be covered during this one-day seminar:

• Patient consultation and assessment to make sure they are adequate candidates for Botox, dermal fillers or PRP therapy and understand what to expect
• Indications and contraindications for all injectable products covered
• Safety issues and concerns associated with injectable products and procedures
• Increasing tissue volume with Botox and fillers for desired effect and minimal side effects
• Lip enhancement for improving and restoring the look of natural, youthful lips
• Reduction of smoker lines with cosmetic injectables
• Precise treatment depth and the best sites for the most cosmetic improvement
• Overall appearance enhancement with the remarkable DentoX LIFT sedation-free facelift
• Use of Botox for teeth grinding, jaw issues and other facial and mouth issues
• Avoiding of reactions and what to do if they happen
• Smart fee structures for this new aspect of your practice
• Correct forms for getting started with patient treatment quickly
• Securing liability malpractice insurance that covers injectables
• Marketing your newfound skills for practice-building and patient acquiring
• And so much more – a full day of training.

About Instructor Dr. Howard Katz

Rather than sticking you with just any injectables instructor who can fly to Boston, we give you our founder – the founder of Botox training. Every Dentox seminar – including the upcoming one in Boston – is led by Dr. Howard Katz, an innovator, researcher, medical professional and respected name in his field.

Dr. Katz brings with him a track record in this industry that dates to the beginning of Botox and injectables availability – and even before. As a matter of fact, his name appears on the patent application for Botox as a researcher. He’s been working with and examining the product since before its introduction. Plus, he’s a practicing dentist who uses Botox daily. After all, no one knows more about facial anatomy than a dentist.

Additionally, he’s spoken across the globe on injectables and Botox, researched a number of products now on the market and has been honored many times for working tirelessly to make injectables safe and accepted. But the skills you’ll learn and Dr. Katz’s talents aren’t all that make this training in Boston so unique.

Continuing Education Credit You Need

Choosing to train with Dentox in Boston means you get 10 hours of continuing education credit for a course you can actually use to benefit your practice and help secure your future. But you get more than just the credit hours for coming to the course.

Receive 8 more hours of CE credit by reviewing online materials that will be provided to you in advance. This includes refreshers as well as videos that delve deeper into injectables than we can manage in a single-day course. All this bonus info – plus the CE credit you get for it – makes the Dentox Botox and fillers class the most valuable available.

Come Join Us For Botox Training In Boston

We recommend that you get to the training venue early, if possible, so you can interact with your peers who will be taking the course alongside you. Each person there will also be investing in their future by taking Botox and dermal filler training from Dentox in Boston. Then stay late if you can for more discussions, connections and planning.

For upcoming dates and locations, got to https://dentox.com/botox-training-boston/

When you choose filler and Botox injectables training from Dr. Katz in Boston, you’re choosing longstanding, respected, effective training in a location that’s convenient to all of Massachusetts and beyond. Boston area doctors, dentists and other medical pros are welcome to take this class, get ahead and move forward with a successful new sideline – or start a medical aesthetics clinics.

It’s time to take this important career step and change the future of your practice in just one day. Get training that you already know you need from the originator of Botox training while he’s available in a location that’s convenient for you. Sign up now – and take advantage of this unique opportunity that’s coming your way soon.

For more information about the Boston Injectables Program, call 858-550-9533, or visit our Botox Training Boston Course Page.


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