Glu-con Chondroitin is a component of most vertebrate and invertebrate tissues and is mainly present in the connective tissues of the body, such as cartilage, ligaments, tendons and skin. In all osteoarthritis processes, Chondroitin is decreased and its administration attenuates the inflammatory and degenerative processes of the joints at the chondral and synovial fluid levels. Chondroitin provides cartilage with its mechanical and elastic properties and provides the tissue with greater resistance to compression and better cushioning capacity.
· Glucosamine is an aminosaccharide natural component of articular cartilage and has chondroregenerative, analgesic and anti-inflammatory action.
· Antiarthritic and osteoarticular chondroprotective for canine and feline equines.
· Treatment and development of articular cartilage in growing and adult animals.
· Tendon and ligament repair processes. Synovitis, tendinitis and ligamentous injuries.
· Bone fractures.
· Osteoarthritis, osteoarthritis, spondyloarthrosis, coxarthrosis.
· Joint wear. As a preventative in the initial stages of osteoarthritis and cartilage degenerative processes. To increase bone resistance to stress, in horses subjected to greater joint demands as a result of intense training or competition.
· In hip dysplasia of canines and felines, it combats side effects such as joint deformations and pain.
· Protects the epithelium of the urinary tract, in FUS (feline urological syndrome).
Administration And Injectable Dosage
via SC or IM
Equines: in severe or acute cases, 5 mL of glu-con per day for an adult horse for 3 to 5 days and continue with a dose (5 mL) weekly or according to veterinary criteria.
Sports horses: 5 mL once or twice a week or according to veterinary criteria.
Canines and felines
Attack dose: 0.5 daily every 10 kpv for 3 to 5 days.
Maintenance dose: 0.5 mL every 10 kpv once or twice weekly, or according to veterinary criteria
· Glucosamine sulfate: 20 g
· Chondroitin sulfate: 12 g
· Vehicle csp: 100 g
· 5 mL ampoule bottle