Uloric - Febuxostat - Dosage - Side Effects - Interactions - Warnings
Uloric - What You Need to Know
Uloric, generic name febuxostat, is approved for the chronic management of hyperuricemia in gout.
Uloric Recommended for FDA Approval
The FDA arthritis advisory committee has recommended the approval of Uloric for the treatment of gout. Uloric, the name that has been given to generic Febuxostat, was recommended by a 12-0 vote (one member of the committee abstained).
Febuxostat: More Effective Than Standard Drug
Febuxostat, a new treatment for gout, is at least twice as effective at lowering uric acid levels than allopurinol. Study results about febuxostat came from the largest and longest trial of gout drugs ever conducted.
Mismanagement of Gouty Arthritis Not Uncommon
Although gouty arthritis is not considered a difficult disease to diagnose and gout treatments are very effective in most cases, errors in the management of gout are common.
Gout - 10 Things You Should Know
Gout is typically managed with diet and medication. Here are 10 things you should know about gout.
Facts About Gout
Gout, a painful type of arthritis, is treated with diet and medications, such as Uloric.
Gout Screening Quiz
Gout is one of the most painful types of arthritis. Do you have symptoms which are associated with gout? Do you have a lifestyle which increases the risk factors associated with gout? Take our Gout Screening Quiz.
Gout Risk Factor Quiz
A risk factor increases your chances of developing gout but it is not certain that you will develop the disease. What factors increase the risk of developing gout?
How to Recognize the Signs and Symptoms of Gout
Gout symptoms are very painful and are caused by monosodium urate crystals in joints and surrounding tissues. Gout symptoms can occur with more frequency if untreated.
The Gout Quiz - Test Your Knowledge of Gout
How much do you know about gout? You probably heard of it, but do you know the difference between purines and gout medication probenecid? Do you know what you need to do to prevent gout attacks? Does your lifestyle put you at risk for gout? Take the Gout Quiz and test your knowledge.
How to Treat Gout With Diet and Medication
Gout attacks can be controlled or prevented with diet and medication.
The Gout Guide: Free E-Course Newsletter
We have designed our free newsletter e-course to guide you to better understand gout. Learn more about gout basics, gout history, gout cause, gout diagnosis, gout treatment, gout prevention, gout diet, gout medication, and gout research.