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Choice of drugs in rheumatoid arthritis in adults


The many drugs available to treat rheumatoid arthritis include anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs (Group 1) and those whose mode of action is obscure, namely, gold, immunosuppressives and penicillamine (Group 2); corticosteroids are a third group. This article suggests some guidelines for the choice of drug.

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