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"Orally administered Sodium Hyaluronate in a gel preparation was found to prevent lameness in the racing Thoroughbred. There was statistical significance in Hyaluronic Acid.s ability to prevent lameness..."
"Oral Hyaluronan Gel Reduces Post Operative Tarsocrural Effusion in the Yearling Thoroughbred." B.J. Bergin, DVM: S.W. Pierce, DVM; L.R. Bramlage, DVM; A. Stromberg, Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital, PO Box 12070, Lexington KY 40580-2070, Department of Statistics, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 40506-0027, USA, Equine Veterinary Journal (2006) 38 (4) pg. 375-378.
"In this double blind placebo controlled study, the yearlings given an orally administered combination of Hyaluronic Acid, Glucosamine Sulfate and Chondroitin Sulfate has improved effusion scores following arthroscopic surgery."
"Of the 28 patients, 26 (93%) reported improvement by thirty days."
"This study suggests that orally administered hyaluronan is a useful method of treating arthritis in the dog."