Features May 2010 Issue

Injections May Boost Knee Surgery Success

For people with arthritis, injections of sodium hyaluronate (made from rooster combs) can improve recovery from arthroscopic knee surgery to repair damaged cartilage. Research shows that hyaluronic acid can reduce arthritis pain and improve functioning for patients who do not respond to standard anti-inflammatory drugs.

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