Bone gentamicin concentration after intra-articular injection or regional intravenous perfusion in the horse.

@article{Werner2003BoneGC,
  title={Bone gentamicin concentration after intra-articular injection or regional intravenous perfusion in the horse.},
  author={Laura A Werner and Joanne Hardy and Alicia L. Bertone},
  journal={Veterinary surgery : VS},
  year={2003},
  volume={32 6},
  pages={559-65}
}
OBJECTIVE To compare intra-articular (IA) and bone gentamicin concentrations achieved after intra-articular administration or regional intravenous perfusion (RIP). STUDY DESIGN Experimental study. ANIMALS Twelve healthy adult horses. METHODS Horses were assigned to 2 treatment groups (n = 6/group): Group 1, 1 g gentamicin administered simultaneously in both left and right metacarpophalangeal joints and group 2, 1 g gentamicin administered simultaneously in both left and right lateral… CONTINUE READING

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