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Scientific papers on osteoarthritis and polyacrylamide hydrogels

Efficacy of a Polyacrylamide hydrogel in horses with symptomatic osteoarthritis: An International Multi-Centre prospective study

Authors: Tnibar, A, Schougaard, H, Camitz, L, Rasmussen, J, Koene, M, Jahn, W, Markussen, B

Published: Equine Veterinary Journal 44, Suppl. 42 (2012) 2--18

Link: Link to Abstract

Intra-articular polyacrylamide hydrogel for the treatment of 20 horses with non-responsive osteoarthritis of the interphalangeal joints: a prospective study

Authors: Andrew P. Bathe, Rachel Mercedes Read, Carly Briggs

Published: VOS Abstracts 2016

Link: Link to Abstract

An international multi-centre one year prospective study on the efficacy of an intraarticular polyacrylamide hydrogel in horses with osteoarthritis

Authors: Tnibar, A, Schougaard, H, Camitz, L, Rasmussen, J, Koene, M, Jahn, W, Markussen, B

Published: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences University of Copenhagen January 2013

Link: Link to Abstract

An international multi-centre prospective study on the efficacy of an intraarticular polyacrylamide hydrogel in horses with osteoarthritis: a 24 months follow-up

Authors: Aziz Tnibar, Hans Schougaard, Linus Camitz, Jonas Rasmussen, Marc Koene, Werner Jahn, Bo Markussen

Published: Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica (2015) 57:20

Link: Link to Abstract

Intraarticular application of polyacrylamide hydrogel as a treatment of osteoarthritis in the distal interphalangeal joint: case series with 12 horses

Authors: Imke Janssen, Marc Koene, Christoph Lischer

Published: Pferdeheilkunde 28 (2012) 6 (November/December) 650-656

Link: Link to Abstract

Mechanisms of Action of an Intraarticular 2.5% Polyacrylamide Hydrogel (Arthramid Vet) in a Goat Model of Osteoarthritis

Authors: Aziz Tnibar, Ann Britt Persson, Henrik Elvang Jensen

Published: SM J Biomed Eng. 2017; 3(3) : 1022

Link: Link to Abstract

Use of a 2.5% Cross-Linked Polyacrylamide Hydrogel in the Management of Joint Lameness in a Population of Flat Racing Thoroughbreds

Authors: Leigh T. de Clifford, Jason N. Lowe, Campbell D. McKellar, Charlotte Bolwell, Florent David

Published: Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 77 (2019) 57e62

Link: Link to Abstract

Arthramid Vet

Arthramid® Vet is used to treat non-infectious causes of joint lameness in animals, including both early and late stages of osteoarthritis (OA) and degenerative joint disease (DJD).

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