The results of the clinical trial are based on the study of the lameness in a plate-force platform as primary endpoint. This test allows us to evaluate the evolution of lameness objectively, comparing the weight that the animal carries on each limb and thus being able to assign a numerical value to the degree of lameness.
The use of tools that make it possible to transform a typically subjective measure such as pain and lameness into a quantitative variable by force platform gives robustness to the results that have been rare until now.
DogStem does not seek only a partial improvement, but a substantial improvement in the quality of life and reduction of pain
collaborating hospitals carry out an orthopedic evaluation at different times after the infiltration.
In the orthopedic examination performed, 77% of the patients treated with stem cells showed improvement in the infiltrated joint, compared to a placebo effect of 46%.
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