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Therapeutic Activity of Articetril in Articular Pathology

This multicentric controlled clinical study was conducted to investigate the effect of Joint Cellogie on a large cohort of patients with joint troubles, in particular joint pains and troubles of the mobility.

871 patients were recruited by a total of 180 french physicians.

The study was designed in 2 phases of 2 months each.

In the first phase of the study, the group A, constituted by 542 patients, received 2 Joint Cellogies twice a day for one month, then 1 Joint Cellogie twice a day for 1 supplemental month, whereas the group B, constituted by 329 patients, received their habitual treatment.

In the second phase of the study, the former group B became an active group and received, in addition of their habitual treatment, 2 Joint Cellogie twice a day for one month, then 1 Joint Cellogie twice a day for 1 supplemental month.

The improvement of joint pains and joint mobility was estimated by the physician and the patient according to a scale of intensity of pain (Analog Visual Scale) and a scale of amplitude of the movements from 0 to 5.

The comparison of results obtained in group A and B indicated that Joint Cellogie appeared more efficacious for the improvement of symptoms than habitual treatment.

A net improvement of the pains and the joint mobility is observed in the Group A from the 1st month of treatment by Joint Cellogie. This improvement is pursued and consolidated in the end of the 2nd month of treatment with a dosage decreased in half. The graph shows the results obtained for Group A.

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Moreover, the association of Joint Cellogie and habitual treatment for joint troubles (group B become an active group in phase 2) allows to almost double the efficiency of the benefits obtained on the pains and the joint mobility.

This study demonstrated that Joint Cellogie could safely be used for the management of the symptoms of joint pathology.