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Effect of PCSO-524 on OA Biomarkers and Weight Bearing Properties in Canine Shoulder and Coxofemeral Osteoarthritis
This trial included 66 mixed breed dogs with x-ray confirmed OA split into two treatment groups for 24 weeks. These were 1) PCSO-524 (5 mg/kg) and 2) fish oil (2,000 mg/d). The dogs were all placed on a standardised diet to minimise variability.
The results suggest that PCSO-524 is protective against cartilage breakdown in dogs with osteoarthritis.
The Effectiveness of Marine Based Fatty Acid Compound and NSAIDs for the Treatment of Canine Osteoarthritis: a preliminary study
The Objectives of this study were to investigate the effectiveness of PCSO-524, NSAIDs and combination of NSAIDs and PCSO-524 in the treatment of canine osteoarthritis through the use of force plate gait analysis.
Study Design: A prospective block-randomized single-blinded study.
Animals: Thirty client-owned dogs that had clinical and radiographic evidences of hip or stifle osteoarthritis.
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