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Corticosteroids May Be an Effective Alternative to NSAIDs in Acute Gout Pain

Corticosteroids May Be an Effective Alternative to NSAIDs in Acute Gout Pain

Corticosteroids appear to be a reasonable alternative to NSAIDs for the treatment of acute pain as a result of gout.

Fenofibrate Decreases Plasma Uric Acid Concentration, Gout Events in T2D

Fenofibrate Decreases Plasma Uric Acid Concentration, Gout Events in T2D

Fenofibrate may be a valuable adjunct therapy in type 2 diabetes to reduce the burden of gout.

Allopurinol Dose Escalation May Not Improve Survival in Patients With Gout

Allopurinol Dose Escalation May Not Improve Survival in Patients With Gout

Investigators sought to determine whether allopurinol dose escalation is associated with all-cause mortality.

Ultrasound Reliably Identifies Calcium Pyrophosphate Deposition Disease

Ultrasound Reliably Identifies Calcium Pyrophosphate Deposition Disease

Ultrasound is a reliable diagnostic tool for identifying calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease.

Febuxostat vs Allopurinol Evaluated in Patients With Gout, CVD

Febuxostat vs Allopurinol Evaluated in Patients With Gout, CVD

Febuxostat is noninferior to allopurinol for rates of adverse CV events but is associated with higher all-cause and CV mortality in patients with gout and CVD.

Development of Clinically Evident Gout: A Closer Look at Elevated Serum Urate Levels

Development of Clinically Evident Gout: A Closer Look at Elevated Serum Urate Levels

Serum urate level is a strong predictor of incident gout, but only about half of patients with hyperuricemia develop clinically evident gout.

Elevated Serum Uric Acid Levels May Increase Risk for Dementia in Older Adults

Elevated Serum Uric Acid Levels May Increase Risk for Dementia in Older Adults

Risk for dementia may be increased with high serum uric acid levels in elderly individuals.

Higher Monosodium Urate Crystal Depositions With Greater Disease Severity in Allopurinol-Treated Gout

Higher Monosodium Urate Crystal Depositions With Greater Disease Severity in Allopurinol-Treated Gout

In patients with gout who are treated with allopurinol, monosodium urate crystal depositions are higher with evidence of greater disease severity.

Febuxostat Lowers Blood Pressure in Patients With Hyperuricemia and Hypertension

Febuxostat Lowers Blood Pressure in Patients With Hyperuricemia and Hypertension

Febuxostat may lower blood pressure in patients with hyperuricemia, hypertension, and normal renal function.

Allopurinol Use May Lower Risk for Peripheral Arterial Disease

Allopurinol Use May Lower Risk for Peripheral Arterial Disease

New allopurinol use was associated with a reduced risk of incident peripheral arterial disease.

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