Comparing hydrocortisone acetate/t-butylacetate vs placebo injection for knee OA
Intra-articular therapy in osteo-arthritis; comparison of hydrocortisone acetate and hydrocortisone tertiary-butylacetateAnn Rheum Dis. 1960 Sep;19:257-61
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25 patients with a total of 38 knees with osteoarthritis were randomized to the order in which they received either hydrocortisone tert-butylacetate, hydrocortisone acetate, or placebo injections. For each treatment, four injections were given, every 2 weeks. A washout period of 8 weeks was used between injection courses, with patients assessed for pain, tenderness, knee range of motion deficit, t...
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