How Gout Medications Work media is my featured image for Probenecid questions. It shows how different gout medications affect different aspects of gout:
- Reduces formation of uric acid.
- Breaks down uric acid.
- Increases excretion of uric acid in urine.
- NSAIDs, colchicine, corticosteroids.
- Reduce degree of inflammation.
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How Gout Medications Work media is an image courtesy of Hospital for Special Surgery from Gout: Risk Factors, Diagnosis and Treatment.
See Gout Treatment Facts for more details, and more treatments.
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