anti-gout

anti-gout

adjective Reducing gout or hyperuricemia.

noun An antihyperuricemic agent.
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Unlike other anti-gout drugs, Relburn compounds exert bifunctional activities on both UA production and excretion.
Your doctor will confirm gout with blood tests and give you the anti-gout drug colchicine.
A pleasant man of infinite goodwill from whom I buy my anti-gout tablets, he says he has not made up his mind what to do with it but I will be astonished if I ever find him pouring me a pint next door.
Medication name Medication type Oral health effect(s) Fluticasone Nasal corticosteroid None reported ProAir HFA Beta2 agonist Xerostomia Adcirca Phosphodiesterast-5 None reported inhibitor Torsemide Antihypertensive None reported Warfarin Vitamin K antagonist Oral ulcers, taste distortion Ability Antipsychotic Xerostomia Pravachol Antilipemic agent None reported Spironolactone Antihypertensive, None reported diuretic Allopurinol Anti-gout None Trazadone Antidepressant Severe xerostomia Lamictal Anticonvulsant Xerostomia Colchicine Anti-gout Bosentan (generic Endothelia receptor Brandname Tracleer) antagonist, Tracleer vasodilator reported to cause periodontal bleeding.
7) Nonetheless, and despite a reasonable armamentarium of anti-gout medications, gout tends to be poorly treated in the USA and elsewhere.
Evaluation of anti-gout activity of some plant extracts.
But when patients ate cherries or cherry extract and took the common anti-gout drug allopurinol, the risk of attacks was 75 per cent less than if they were doing neither.
The biggest reduction, though, came with eating fresh cherries while taking the anti-gout medication allpurinol (Lopurin, Zyloprim.
However, the protective effect of cherry intake persisted after taking into account patients' sex, body mass (obesity), purine intake, along with use of alcohol, diuretics and anti-gout medications.
Brussels has been concerned the takeover could cause competition problems regarding prescription calcitonins treating osteoporosis in Poland, over-the-counter topical anti-rheumatics in Germany and prescription anti-gout preparations in Denmark.
The bill to the NHS for anti-gout drugs now tops PS1million a month.
Session Title: Metabolic and Crystal Arthropathies II: Concurrent Session on the Anti-Gout Medications - Dosing, Adverse Effects, and Economic Burden