Current Joint Therapies in Equine Veterinary Practice

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Seventy percent of vets surveyed use corticosteroids in their intra-articular therapeutic strategy, usually combined with another medications, such as hyaluronic acid (HA) or the antibiotic amikacin. For 22%, personal experience is relevant as to which intra-articular corticosteroid they select. Scientific data on efficacy determines what medication 38% use. For high-motion joints

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