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Equine and Canine Use Cases for GOLDIC®

GOLDIC® is our platform technology designed to help veterinarians treat various syndromes. Focus is the treatment of diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system.

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The positive effect of gold is well known in medicine and it has been sufficiently documented. The goal in developing the GOLDIC® technology was to allow the use of specially designed gold particles in conjunction with the body’s most reactive cells, the blood cells, to fight inflammation and regenerate damaged tissue.   The gold functions as a catalyst to create the serum - no gold actually enters the body.

GOLDIC® offers the veterinarian the opportunity to produce an enriched serum from the horse’s own blood. One can take advantage of the positive effects of gold by stimulating the active substances, cytokines and growth factors re-administered to the patient. It has an anti-inflammatory effect, relieves pain and helps to restore mobility. A horse must be able to move around freely – that is the foundation of its health and vitality. 

*The right indication for the treatment with the GOLDIC® medical products should take place in close consultation with your veterinarian.

Equine Applications:

  • Tendon- and Ligament Injury (superficial flexor tendon, flexor tendon, deep flexor tendon, suspensory ligament, etc.).

  • Muscular Disorder (myopathy).

  • Joint Disorder (coffin joint, hock joint, fetlock joint, ileosacral joint and others).

  • Bursitis.

  • Osteoarthritis (mild to moderate).

  • Inflammation of Sesamoid Bone (sesamoiditis).

  • Wound Healing Disorder.

  • Desmitis.

  • Dermatitis.

  • RAO (emphysema).

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Canine Applications:

  • Tendon- and Ligament Injury

  • Muscular Disorder (Myopathy)

  • Joint Disorder (Arthritis, hip and elbow dysplasia)

  • Arthrosis (mild to moderate)

  • Spinal Disorder (IVDD Type II, Wobbler Disease, etc.)

  • Allergy

  • Wound Healing Disorder

  • Autoimmune Disorder

  • Renal Insufficiency

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