Hyaluronic Acid For The Treatment of Knee OA
November 12, 2021
More Evidence Behind The Clinical Success Hyaluronic Acid For The Treatment of Knee OA
The mechanism of action for hyaluronic acid treatment in the osteoarthritic knee: a systematic review
Conclusions: The non-clinical basic science literature provides evidence for numerous mechanisms in which HA acts on joint structures and function. These actions provide support for the purported clinical benefit of IA-HA in OA of the knee. Future research should not only focus on the pain relief provided by IA-HA treatment, but the disease modification properties that this treatment modality possesses as well.
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