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Animal Vision Center of Virginia is conducting a clinical trial to determine if the non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory medication Ketorolac influences the time for canine corneal ulcer healing. If your patient has been diagnosed with a superficial ulcer, indolent ulcer, or mid-stromal ulcer without malacia or significant infiltrates (deep stromal ulcers and descemetoceles are excluded), refer within 24 hours and we will offer reduced-cost visits and study medication for clinical trial participation. This includes 50% off initial visit and study medication, plus 30% off recheck visits and refills of study medication. We have allotted time in our schedule to accommodate same-day referrals.
For more information, you can visit our clinical trial webpage (opens in a separate window so that your form progress is not cancelled): animalvisioncenterva.com/nsaid-clinical-trial
To qualify for the clinical trial, it's important that the candidate has been diagnosed with a corneal ulcer and has just begun treatment with the following required therapy associated with their diagnosis (by the referring veterinarian or AVCVA):
If you prefer, you may fill out our downloadable form (below) and print to bring with you to your appointment or fax to 757-932-9325