Pharmacytimes: Condition Center: Gout Gout en-us Thu, 24 May 2018 09:34:24 UTC Thu, 24 May 2018 09:34:24 UTC Clinical Pharmacology Update: Duzallo The FDA has approved Duzallo (lesinurad and allopurinol; Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc) for the treatment of hyperuricemia associated with gout in patients who have not achieved target serum uric acid (sUA) levels with a medically appropriate daily dose of allopurinol alone. 3:46 PM, Fri February 23, 2018 FDA Approves Novel Fixed-Dose Combo Treatment for Gout The FDA has approved a new fixed-dose combination treatment for hyperuricemia in patients with uncontrolled gout. 4:54 PM, Mon August 21, 2017 5 Interesting Medication Case Reports - Part 4 This article highlights 5 published case reports that document unusual drug overdoses. 8:05 AM, Thu June 15, 2017 Eating Tomatoes Could Exacerbate Gout Although the consumption of a number of foods is thought to trigger painful gout flair-ups, the results of a recent study have substantiated the belief that tomatoes are one of these foods. 5:14 AM, Mon May 23, 2016 What's the Best Treatment for Gout Flares? Global gout treatment guidelines tend to differ on which drug should be used as first-line therapy for gout flares. 9:32 PM, Sun May 8, 2016 Gout: Another Area for Omega-3 Fatty Acids? The disease of kings" can be a royal pain. 9:44 PM, Tue April 19, 2016 Pharmacists Should Watch for Drug-Related Problems in Gout Patients Drug therapy must balance the potential to improve quality of life with the risk of adverse effects. In the context of ever-increasing treatment complexity, striking this balance is getting complicated. 9:01 PM, Mon April 4, 2016 Urate-Lowering Therapy for Gout May Have Cardiovascular Benefits Can urate-lowering therapy for gout also reduce cardiovascular risk and mortality? 10:30 PM, Mon March 28, 2016 4 Facts You Don't Know About Gout Did you know that gout has been recognized as a disease since 2640 BC? 9:09 PM, Tue March 22, 2016 Q&A: Pharmacist Shares Insight on Treating Gout A leader of a pharmacist-managed gout clinic has some insight that can help pharmacists improve the management of their patients' gout. 9:00 PM, Thu November 19, 2015 9 Gout Risk Factors Pharmacists Should Know What gout risk factors should pharmacists be informing their patients about? 9:01 PM, Tue November 17, 2015 4 Foods and Drinks Gout Patients Should Avoid Research has shown that losing weight and increasing water intake can help reduce gout symptoms. However, there is another way patients with gout can reduce their symptoms: avoiding certain types of foods and drinks that can trigger flares. 7:00 AM, Tue November 17, 2015 Sleep Apnea Triggers Gout Flares Patients with sleep apnea have an increased risk of developing gout and nighttime flare-ups. 10:00 PM, Thu November 12, 2015 Can Tomatoes Trigger Gout? Some patients have shared that eating tomatoes caused them to experience gout flares, but these anecdotal claims have not been substantiated by medical literature. 11:00 PM, Tue November 10, 2015 Gout Means Greater Risk for Atrial Fibrillation Gout patients may be at greater risk for atrial fibrillation. 9:00 PM, Tue September 8, 2015 A Bout of Gout: A Reign of Pain Knowing these 10 facts can help manage patients with gout. 12:00 AM, Wed July 17, 2013 Pain Management Watch 9:58 PM, Sun September 18, 2011 Using Herbal Supplements Are all products labeled "natural" safe and do they really improve symptoms? Pharmacists can answer these and other questions patients have about herbal supplements. 5:30 AM, Mon December 13, 2010 Gout Gout is a chronic, inflammatory form of arthritis that is increasing in prevalence in the United States. There are a variety of pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic options for treating and preventing flares of gout. 11:59 PM, Tue December 7, 2010 Gout: A Big Pain in the Big Toe 1:00 AM, Fri February 1, 2008