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RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

Rheumatoid arthritis is a systemic autoimmune rheumatic disorder of unknown etiology.
It is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis.
Patient usually complains of joint pain and/or swelling with morning stiffness that lasts for more than an hour.

Goals of treatment are clinical & radiological remission of disease and to reduce functional limitations & permanent joint damage.

Drug Information

Indication: Treatment of early & established, moderate to severe active RA in adult patients, given alone or in combin...

Indication: Acute & chronic treatment of signs & symptoms of osteoarthritis (OA) & RA; ankylosing spondylitis ...

Indication: Management of acute pain in adults & treatment of primary dysmenorrhea. Relief of acute & chronic pain...

Indication: Immunosuppressant antimetabolite, organ transplants, autoimmune chronic active hepatitis, severe RA, SLE, chro...

Indication: Relief of muscle & joint pain eg, backache, osteoarthritis, muscular aches & pains & rheumatic pai...

Indication: Post-traumatic inflammation of the tendons, ligaments & joints. Localised forms of soft-tissue rheumatism....

Diprospan
betamethasone dipropionate + betamethasone disodiu...

Indication: Adjunctive treatment of acute & chronic corticosteroid-responsive disorders.

Indication: Signs & symptoms & inhibiting the progression of structural damage in moderately to severely active rh...

Indication: OA, post-traumatic or acute musculoskeletal disorders eg, tendinitis, tenosynovitis, periarthritis, sprains, s...

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