Dr. Jack Cush reviews why we all love our rheumatology fellows and our best advice for them stemming from these articles.Read Article
A study from 2 gout clinics implementing different treatment strategies has shown that a treatment strategy that aims to strictly achieve low uric acid (UA) results in a higher a rate of targetd serum UA lowering and less gout flares.
Two gout clinics with 212 newly diagnosed goutRead Article
Pain management in knee osteoarthritis (OA) is confounded by studies showing less is equal to usual standards of care. A recent trial showed that meloxicam was superior to placebo or cognitive behavioral therap (CBT); although the differences were small.Read Article
Almost one-third of patients with new-onset rheumatoid arthritis (RA) reported persistent unacceptable pain after 21 months of combination therapy, according to a study by Swedish researchers.A total of 29% of patients continued to have unacceptable pain.Read Article
The ACR has published the 2020 guidelines on the management of gout that includes strong recommendations favoring treat‐to‐target management and starting urate lowering therapy (ULT) for patients with frequent flares, radiographic damage or tophi due to gout.Read Article
On April 26, 2020 the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) published a guidance paper to assist rheumatologists and rheumatology health professionals in assessing the need for urgent or face-to-face medical care versus virtual or telehealth patient care. The driving principals being theRead Article