The first double chamber of the syringe contains low-molecular hyaluronic acid. This penetrates to the cartilage layer. It forms a thin film over the synovial membrane and thus forms a protective layer for the remaining cartilage cells. In addition, the inflammatory cascade is interrupted and hyaluronic acid degrading enzymes are inhibited. In addition, the body's own hyaluronic acid release is increased. The aim is to restore the original environment of synovial fluid, in the synovial tissue of articular cartilage.
The second chamber contains a high-molecular hyaluronic acid.
Since the surface of the articular cartilage is not smooth, but has a very delicate wavy or rather hilly surface structure, these types of hyaluronic acid beads lie in these tiny small depressions. Occurs in the joint gap no movement to the right or to the left, but if the joint is only loaded from top to bottom, these hyaluronic acid "balls" are now pressed together. The higher the pressure, the more they are pressed into the small dimples in the articular cartilage and thus prevented from escaping to the side. Like a gel shock absorber, DualVis cushions the gap inside the joint and restores the space between the joints. This dual approach of DualVis slows the progression of arthrosis and relieves pain for a long time.
Two injections per joint are recommended on the first day, two more per joint 7 days later.
Exclusively in the ADEL RESORT and at specially trained cooperating veterinarians and clinics. Ask us here.