Chondroitin is a component of most vertebrate and invertebrate tissues and is mostly present in the connective tissues of the body, such as cartilage, ligaments, tendons and skin. In all osteoarthritis processes, chondroitin is decreased and its administration attenuates the inflammatory and degenerative joint processes at the chondral and synovial fluid levels. Chondroitin gives cartilage its mechanical and elastic properties and provides the tissue with greater resistance to compression and better cushioning capacity.
Anti-arthritic and osteoarticular chondroprotective for canine and feline equines.
Treatment and development of articular cartilage in growing animals and adults.
Tendon and ligament repair processes. Synovitis, tendinitis and ligamentous injuries.
Bone fractures: Osteoarthritis, osteoarthritis, spondyloarthrosis, coxarthrosis.
Joint wear: As a preventive in the initial stages of osteoarthritis and cartilage degenerative processes.
To increase bone resistance to stress, in horses subjected to greater joint demand as a result of intense training or competition.
ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE
1 ml of Nox is Equivalent to 0.16 g Chondroitin Sulfate
Horses and Camels: 1 ml per 100 kg of live weight, by IM route. (Equivalent to 0.16 g/100 Kg PV of Chondroitin sulfate)
Apply at intervals of 1 to 4 days, with a total of 10 applications.
Canines: (via IM or SC): Up to 10 Kg of live weight: 1 ml
From 10 to 30 Kg of live weight: 2 ml
Above 30 Kg: 2.5 ml
In all cases, the duration of treatment will depend on the diagnosis of the Veterinarian. An average of 10 total applications is suggested.
Administer intramuscularly (IM) or subcutaneously (SC)
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