Hyaluron is indicated as an intra-articular treatment in acute or chronic synovitis related to non-infectious osteoarthritis. Intravenous hyaluron has been successfully used as a preventive in competitive horses with excessive physical activity, for the treatment of joint dysfunction as a consequence of synovitis associated with osteoarthritis. In damaged cartilage, the administration of hyaluron produces anti-inflammatory action, can inhibit overgrowth and prevent cartilage destruction, as well as the formation of adhesions. In most cases, after treatment with hyaluron a rapid decrease in pain and greater joint mobility is observed.
Administration and Dosage:
The recommended dose of intra-articular hyaluron in horses is 2 mL (20 mg) per joint, and up to 4 mL (40 mg) can be applied to large joints. By IV route, the recommended dose of hyaluron is 4 mL (40 mg) in a single weekly injection.
4 mL vial containing 40 mg of sodium hyaluronidate
sodium hyaluronidate 10mg
Chondroprotective and joint repairer.