A Multi-center Clinical Study of the Immediate Effectiveness and Duration of Effectiveness of Zydax 100 Injection for the Control of Clinical Signs Associated with Osteoarthritis in Dogs

08/25/2016
Breed(s): -All Dogs
Study Type: Clinical Study
Study Location: Parnell

The primary objective of this study is to provide information regarding the immediate effectiveness and the duration of effectiveness when Zydax 100 is used for the control of clinical signs associated with osteoarthritis (OA) in dogs under conditions of use in the field. A secondary parameter of this study will be the evaluation of effectiveness for more difficult cases of OA that could require up to eight injections. The duration of effectiveness will be monitored in these animals as well.

 

Contact Information:
Name: Jennifer Kempker
Email: jennifer.kempker@parnell.com
Phone: 913-274-2151

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