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Medication for Gout


Gout How can medications and diet help? And why am I still getting attacks whilst on medication?

We are joined again by Dr. Chung who speaks about Gout and it’s managed.

For the longer term management, it’s important that the medication is continued to keep the uric acid levels under control.

Speak to your treating doctor for more information on how to manage your Gout effectively.

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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.

How To Prevent Gout Naturally | How To Prevent Gout Attacks Without Medication | Gout Flare Ups


How To Prevent Gout Naturally | How To Prevent Gout Attacks Without Medication | Gout Flare Ups

This weeks video idea came to me after a patient asked me what they can do, to help prevent gout attacks.

Approximately 1 In 40 people In The UK Are Affected By Gout, Which Causes Sudden Attacks Of Severe Pain And Swelling In Joints. Here Are My 6 Top Tips To Help Prevent An Attack. Let’s Help Those With Gout Like, Share & Tag Friends Who Need This.

Gout is in fact one of the most common forms of arthritis. We all know someone who suffers from gout so please help spread the word on this video so more people can learn how to prevent an attack.

WHAT CAUSES GOUT

Gout is caused by having too much of the chemical, uric acid, in your bloodstream. Uric acid is the waste product created when the body breaks down purines (a type of protein found in many foods and all of your cells).

Most of the uric acid is passed out with the urine and some from the gut with the stools (faeces). In people with gout the amount of uric acid in the blood builds up. From time to time the level may become too high and tiny gritlike crystals of uric acid may form. The crystals typically collect in a joint. The crystals irritate the tissues in the joint to cause inflammation, swelling and pain a gout attack.

HOW TO PREVENT GOUT ATTACKS

Lifestyle factors may reduce the risk of having gout attacks. These include losing weight (if overweight), eating a healthy diet and not drinking much alcohol or sugarsweetened soft drinks. Feel free to watch my video for more detail.

SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OF GOUT

Any joint can be affected by gout, but it usually affects joints towards the ends of the limbs, such as the toes, ankles, knees and fingers. Signs and symptoms of gout include:

• Severe pain in one or more joints
• The joint feeling hot and very tender
• Swelling in and around the affected joint
• Red, shiny skin over the affected joint

Symptoms develop rapidly over a few hours and typically last three to 10 days. After this time the pain should pass and the joint should return to normal.

Almost everyone with gout will experience further attacks at some point, usually within a year.

See your GP if you suspect you have gout and it hasn’t been previously diagnosed, particularly if the pain keeps getting worse and you also have a high temperature (fever).

It’s important that a diagnosis is confirmed because other conditions that require urgent treatment, such as an infected joint, can sometimes cause similar symptoms.

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Gout Mechanisms & Treatment


This video describes the physiological mechanisms that bring about gout and also the mechanisms of action for the medications used to treat and prevent a gout attack.

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Chronic Gout Treatment The Second Phase of Treating Gout (6 of 6)


Effective treatment of Gout entails lowering down the uric acid levels. How we do this with therapy, and the available medications, are presented in this video.

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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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Acute Gout Characteristics

Acute gout attacks are characterized by a rapid onset and escalation with joint pain typically peaking within 24 hours of attack onset. An acute attack often begins to remit after 5 to 12 days without intervention, but complete resolution may take longer in some patients.

Treatment Recommendations

Therapy for acute gout attacks aims to reduce pain and promote a full, early resolution. The ACR recommends pharmacologic therapy as firstline treatment with adjunctive topical ice and rest as needed.

Typically, monotherapy is appropriate if the individual is experiencing mildtomoderate pain affecting ≤ 2 joints of any size. Severe pain or attacks affecting multiple joints may benefit from initial combination therapy. Three firstline therapies are available: nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or cyclooxygenaseCOX2 inhibitors, colchicine, or systemic glucocorticoids

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Gout Medications Pharmacology (2020 Edition) Musculoskeletal System


Cathy Parkes BSN, RN, CWCN, PHN covers Gout Medications. The Pharmacology (2020 Edition) Musculoskeletal System video tutorial series is intended to help RN and PN nursing students study for your nursing school exams, including the ATI, HESI and NCLEX.

In this video, Cathy covers medications used to treat gout. An acute gout medication (colchicine) is discussed, as well as chronic gout medications (probenicid and allopurinol).

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