Review Uloric Liver Warnings Prompt Label Change

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  • #1337

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    We’ve identified Uloric Liver Warnings Prompt Label Change as a favorite. It should be reviewed.

    There are more favorites, and we now have a routine procedure to identify the most popular guidelines from visitor statistics. All guidelines need to be checked to make sure they conform to latest best practices. It makes sense to start with the most popular.

    There won’t be time to review all these. So, GoutPal members get the final say on which should be reviewed first. You do this by voting for suggestions that you like.

    Please vote for this Suggestion if you think Uloric Liver Warnings are an important topic.

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    This is the first time I’ve started organizing favorites for voting. I’ve actually already started the next step. In future, starting the review will depend on how many members vote for it.

    The review discussion at Improving Uloric Liver Warnings Guidelines for Gout Patients. The takehome message is:

    In rare cases, Uloric might affect your liver. This is easy to detect if you have liver function tests. You should follow GoutPal advice and get liver function, kidney function, and uric acid blood tests at least once each year.

    Even though it has started, you should vote for this suggestion here. You can influence how quickly the review gets completed.

    Most importantly, add your thoughts about Uloric and liver warnings in that review discussion.

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