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antiarthritic

(ˌæntɪɑːˈθrɪtɪk)
n
(Medicine) a drug that acts against arthritis
adj
Also: antiarthritis relating to treatments or remedies for arthritis
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The criteria for inactive disease must be met for a minimum of 12 consecutive months while off all antiarthritis medications * As defined by ACR: A joint with swelling not due to bony enlargement or, if no swelling is present, limitations of motion accompanied by either pain on motion or tenderness; ([dagger]) Isolated finding of pain on motion, tenderness, or limitation of motion on joint examination may be present only if explained by either prior damage attributable to arthritis that is now considered inactive or nonrheumatologic reason such as trauma.
Avoid taking antiarthritis pain killers or other anti-inflammatory drugs.
Licofelone - innovative antiarthritis agent with new mode of action, improved tolerability profile and disease-modifying activity in osteoarthritis