Tag: febuxostat vs allopurinol

Can I Take Colchicine and Allopurinol Together

Do you believe that we have survival instincts? Surely, this is one of the controversial psychological and physiological topic that garnered controversy. Nowadays, it is almost explainable by a solid scientific proof. Pain and stress are two of the aspects of our fight-and-flight mechanism that can force us to do something about what is causing…
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November 19, 2017 0

What is the Difference Between Uloric and Allopurinol?

Dosage, composition and mechanism are none but few of the reasons why medicines for the same disease can vary. Unfortunately, the variety of ways does not guarantee effectiveness. Quantity is not always equal to quality. Uloric and allopurinol are two common medicines used to treat gout. Or at least, it is what is believed by…
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November 19, 2017 0

Uloric and Allopurinol Together

Modern day medicine has developed its own strategies. One such strategy is to “cure by brute force”. One disease gets bombarded by several medicines. This happens because we either have poor understanding of the disease or because we do not understand the root cause of whatever disease it is, which we can eradicate anyway. At…
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November 19, 2017 0

Advantages: Febuxostat Over Allopurinol

Medications are very complex in nature. Because of this, different medications that are meant to deal with the same disease using the same approach can differ in dosage, effects and side effects. Some have advantages. Others are cheaper. Others are expensive, has no advantage at all, are teeming with side effects but are good in…
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November 19, 2017 0

Febuxostat vs Allopurinol. They Win, You Lose!

It’s hard to make comparison between the effectiveness of febuxostat vs allopurinol because both of them are of the same class of gout medication, xanthine oxidase inhibitor. Generally both of them work with the same mechanism of action which is by inhibiting the conversion of purine to uric acid to achieve the objective of suppressing…
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