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Synonyms for gout

a painful inflammation of the big toe and foot caused by defects in uric acid metabolism resulting in deposits of the acid and its salts in the blood and joints

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The antigout agent pegloticase (Krystexxa; C), a pegylated uric acid--specific enzyme, is given as an intravenous infusion every 2 weeks.
Consult with your physician before combining disprin with Acetazolamide, ACE-inhibitor-type blood pressure medications, Antacids, Antigout medications, Arthritis medications, Blood thinners, certain diuretics, Diabetes medications including Insulin and Seizure medications.
5% of those taking colchicine had an MI, compared with 3% of those not taking any antigout medication (P less than .
These drugs can be categorized into 12 pharmacologic classes: 4 antineoplastic drugs, 2 immunomodulators, 2 antipsychotics, 2 hematologic agents, 2 antibiotics, 1 antiarrhythmic agent, 1 anticonvulsant, 1 antidepressant, 1 antigout drug, 1 antihistamine, 1 antihyperlipidemic agent, and 1 vasopressin antagonist.
The antigout agent, febuxostat (Uloric; C), caused no developmental toxicity at exposures equal to or less than 10 times the human exposure, so it can be listed as low risk.