Treatment of hyperuricemia


Authors: Andrej Dukát 1;  Peter Sabaka 2;  Milan Kriška 3;  Peter Gavorník 1;  Juraj Payer 1
Authors‘ workplace: V. interná klinika LF UK a UNB, Nemocnica Ružinov, Bratislava 1;  Klinika infektológie a geografickej medicíny LF UK a UNB, Nemocnica akademika Ladislava Dérera, Bratislava 2;  Ústav farmakológie a lekárskej farmakológie LF UK v Bratislave 3
Published in: Forum Diab 2019; 8(1): 37-39
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Overview

During last decades potential relationship of increased acid uric to many clinical states in internal medicine was described. However nowadays there are eviden-ces, that hyperuricaemia represents an useful biomarker, also from the preven-tive point of view. Therefore targeted therapy and complex management of risk patient with hyperuricaemia and gout is of importance.

Keywords:

hyperuricemia – acid uric


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