[Pharmacological therapies for osteoarthritis].

  title={[Pharmacological therapies for osteoarthritis].},
  author={Pascal Richette},
  volume={66 5},
According to international recommendations, acetaminophen should be used as a first-line therapy in patients with osteoarthritis, because of its safety and effectiveness. NSAIDs should be considered in patients unresponsive to acetaminophen, and should be prescribed at the lowest effective dose and for the shortest duration. The use of stronger analgesics, such as weak opioids and narcotic analgesics, is only indicated when other drugs, such as NSAIDs, have been ineffective or are… Expand
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