Category Archives: Knee

Acetaminophen

In fact, improper use, coupled with the drug’s narrow safety margin, means “a large fraction of users [are] close to a toxic dose in the ordinary course of use,” according to the Food and Drug Administration. Continue reading

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Glucosamine Sulfate Research – Double Blind Study

Glucosamine Sulfate Use and Delay of Progression of Knee Osteoarthritis A 3-Year, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Double-blind Study Karel Pavelká, MD, PhD; Jindriska Gatterová, MD; Marta Olejarová, MD; Stanislav Machacek, MD; Giampaolo Giacovelli, PhD; Lucio C. Rovati, MD  Arch Intern Med. 2002;162:2113-2123. Background  Conventional symptomatic treatments for osteoarthritis do not … Continue reading

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