“Medicines Agency approved the Company's pediatric investigation plan for the treatment and prevention of hyperuricemia, which is a condition to filing for marketing approval in the EU.”
“She is due to presence of too much uric acid in the blood leading to hyperuricemia, that is to say, an abnormal increase in the concentration of uric acid in the blood.”
“In addition, evidence suggests that the chronic elevation of uric acid associated with gout, known as hyperuricemia, may also have systemic consequences, including an increased risk for kidney dysfunction and cardiovascular disease.”
“Elevated uric acid levels, a condition known as hyperuricemia, are a hallmark of gout, a disease that causes kidney damage and painful attacks of arthritis when uric acid in the bloodstream crystallizes and deposits in the kidneys and joints.”
“Likewise, the secondary hyperuricemia which is associated with the therapy of malignancy can be reduced with allopurinol treatment (91).”
“The first gouty attack usually occurs at least twenty years after a sustained period of hyperuricemia.”
“Scientific communiqué suggests that Bad food and stressful lifestyle may result in high levels of insulin and leptin and a spiral of vicious events ensue insulin Resistance that leads to Obesity, Hypertension, Type 2 Diabetes, Dyslepidemia, pro - inflammatory state, Endothelial dysfunction, hyperuricemia, PCOD.”
“This condition of excess uric acid in the body's fluids is called hyperuricemia.”
“For example, if the condition of hyperuricemia is ascertained, the person can undergo a program which will focus on the lowering of uric acid in his body, such as avoiding the consumption of meats and animals fats - substances that are known to facilitate the buildup of uric acid in the body.”
“There are several steps that experts suggest a person with hyperuricemia can take to prevent the complexities of gout from developing.”
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