The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics
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Drugs for Gout
Drugs for gout are used to reduce the pain and inflammation of acute flares, decrease the frequency of exacerbations, and lower serum urate levels to prevent recurrent flares, development of tophi, and joint damage.
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