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  • Urosolvine, introduced in 1949, is widely available without prescription in the Middle East today for uric acid diathesis in gout. Urosolvine contains, in the form of effervescent salts, piperazine, colchicine, atropine and sodium citrate. The usual dosage is one packet three times per day with meals.

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