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Gout causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology


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Gout: Visual Explanation for Students


This video contains a detailed and simplified explanation of gout. We discuss the pathophysiology, presentation, features, investigations and management of gout.

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Best & Worst Foods to Eat with Gout | Reduce Risk of Gout Attacks and Hyperuricemia


Best & Worst Foods to Eat with Gout | Reduce Risk of Gout Attacks and Hyperuricemia

Gout is an inflammatory monoarticular arthropathy that is caused by monosodium urate crystal deposition within particular joints in the body. The urate crystals result from hyperuricemia (high levels of uric acid in the blood), which is derived from purine metabolism. Purines can come from a variety of different foods, with some dietary selections having high purine content, and other selections having lower amounts of purines. In this lesson, we discuss the worst foods to eat with gout (foods and beverages that have high levels of purines), and the best foods to eat with gout (foods and beverages that have lower levels of purines).

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Gout Attack Symptoms, Treatment, Diet, Pharmacology Nursing Lecture for NCLEX Explained


Gout attack (acute or chronic) nursing lecture on the symptoms, treatment, diet, and pharmacology review for the NCLEX exam.

Gout is a type of arthritis due to the accumulation of uric acid in the blood. Symptoms of gout are due to uric acid crystals that form within the joint that leads to severe pain, redness, and limited mobility.

Acute gout attacks happen suddenly (often waking the patient in the middle of the night) and tends to affect the big toe (knee, elbow, fingers, toe can also be affected). The affected joint will present with swelling, inflammation, and severe pain. The site will also be warm to the touch, and the patient will be unable to tolerate even the slightest pressure on the site.

Chronic gout is due to constant elevated uric acid levels that leads to repeated acute gout attacks. In chronic gout, tophi tend to develop. Tophi are large masses of uric acid crystals that have formed into large clumps. They are white/yellowish nodules that can found under the skin (helix of the ear, fingers, elbow etc.), within the joints, or bones. Tophi can lead to bone deformity and joint damage.

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Patients with gout are educated to follow a diet that is low in purines, alcohol, and high fructose corn syrup drinks. Food high in purines include seafood, organ meats, red meat, and alcohol (especially beer).

Nursing interventions for gout include: keeping the patient hydrated with 23 liter of fluid per day (prevent renal stones and keep uric acid level low), monitor joint’s status of redness and swelling, cold/warm compresses as tolerated, administering antigout medications.

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Bob and Brad discuss various triggers for gout, but also want your input on what has triggered your gout.

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What is Gout? An Introduction to Gouty Arthritis (1 of 6)


This video covers the what, why, and how of Gout. It discusses the role of uric acid in the development of gout and the risk factors associated with this. Symptoms of gout and how this is diagnosed are presented.

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Acute Gout Treatment How You Can Relieve the Sudden Onset of Pain (5 of 6)


When a Gout flare occurs, there is much swelling and pain of the joints. This video discusses the treatment options that are available for such an event and prevention for future attacks.

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Gout – Symptoms and Treatment Options Part 1


Dr. Timothy Young of the Issaquah Foot & Ankle Specialists gives a brief introduction to gout.

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What Happens During a Gout Attack | WebMD


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Gout attacks usually strike a single joint, like your big toe or a knee. Here’s what’s happening when one hits.

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Gout | Causes, Pathophysiology, Risk Factors (ex. Diet), Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment


Gout | Causes, Pathophysiology, Risk Factors, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

Gout is a crystal inflammatory monoarthropathy caused by deposition of monosodium urate crystals into joints and other areas of the body. In this lesson, we discuss the pathophysiology as to how crystals are formed and how inflammation occurs in gout. We also discuss many risk factors for getting gout, triggers of gout flares, signs & symptoms, how gout is diagnosed and how it is treated.

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  1. My mother was suffering from the same problem and nothing used to work on her health…at
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  2. My Dr said I have gout due to blood work and the hellish foot / toe pain . It’s in both feet where I can’t where shoes and I’m in pain when I walk not to mention the covers on my toes . It started a year ago and I’ve had 3 so far . I’m diabetic and didn’t realize I have CKD . Thank you for this video I’m looking for others ways to help myself but medicine has been prescribed and I don’t want to take it .

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  3. CAC provides Nerve up tablets. These tablets are pure ayurvedic formulations. Nerve-up tablets help in balancing the vata and kapha dosha. It acts as a nervine stimulant. It shows effective results in improving the central nervous system. It contains natural ingredients like shudha kuchala, shudha shilajeet, abhrak bhasma, praval pishti, shankh bhasma etc. It is very beneficial to relieve the swelling, tenderness, inflammation of the joints. This also helps in the treatment of joint disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, gout, sciatica, etc

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  4. TIP from a fellow GOUT sufferer. Treat gout as a food allergy. Keep a diary of everything you eat and identify your triggers. I found mine to be ''wholemeal products such as wholemeal bread/biscuits/cookies/pasta and meat products that use bread crumbs as a filler. (Burgers and sausages). I eliminated these from my diet and have been pain free for over two years. I am no expert, just a fellow sufferer and this worked for me. Stay safe and well people.

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  5. hello sir.. your video is really nice and i am suffering from severe gout symptoms really dont know what to do about it..my knee and greater toe swells alot and it pain like hell.. then i tried using planet ayurveda medication and it really did work for me

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  10. Increased Insulin reduces uric acid excretion as well, so sugar & higher carb diets will reduce uric acid excretion.

    Other considerations for causing insulin resistance, such as high consumption omega-6 fatty acids, such as linoleic acid, from seed/vegetable oils could also be a major factor. These fats are ubiquitous in processed foods, which are consumed as massive rates.

    I like Dr. Ken Berrys review on gout
    https://youtu.be/95mhn0ry2LY

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  11. An attack of gout can occur suddenly, often waking you up in the middle of the night with the sensation that your big toe is on fire. The affected joint is hot, swollen and so tender that even the weight of the sheet on it may seem intolerable👍

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