Hyperuricemia and It’s Clinical

Hyperuricemia and its clinical manifestations are common not only in patients with chronic renal failure but also in transplant patients. However, available treatments are generally forbidden or have a high risk of side effects, and there is currently no clear consensus on how to treat patients in this group. In the case of gout attacks, corticosteroids continue to be a safe and effective alternative unless there is an underlying infection. Although not currently recommended for the prophylactic treatment of hyperuricemia, allopurinol is a major component of disease modification therapy in patients with renal dysfunction and in patients with gout, even at reduced doses. Generally well tolerated. Adapt accordingly.

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