Concordance of the management of chronic gout in a UK primary-care population with the EULAR gout recommendations.
- Published Article
Annals of the rheumatic diseases
- Publication Date
Oct 01, 2007
Treatment of chronic gout is often suboptimal and poorly concordant with EULAR recommendations. Lifestyle advice is infrequently offered, and allopurinol is restricted to a minority. Persistent hyperuricaemia was often seen in allopurinol non-users, but was also in allopurinol users, suggesting that doses >300 mg are often necessary.
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