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BOF: 40

A 46-year-old male, who has long-standing Crohn’s disease and is on azathioprine to maintain remission, is admitted with pneumonia.

He has also been started on treatment for gout by his GP

Investigations are as follows:

Hb 14.3 g/dl

WBC 0.8 x 109/L

Platelets 85 x 109/L

Chest X-ray shows a right basal consolidation

In this patient which of the following drugs is the GP likely to have prescribed for his gout?

a)      Colchicine

b)      Allopurinol

c)      Diclofenac

d)      Aspirin

e)      Ibuprofen

 

 

 

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