Dyve Bioscience this week touted data from a human proof-of-concept pilot study of its transdermal sodium bicarbonate therapy for pain reduction in people with acute gout flare.
The study enrolled 24 people with a history of gout. Those in the active treatment group were given lotion containing sodium bicarbonate and menthol, while those in the placebo group were given lotion without sodium bicarbonate or menthol. Investigators told the participants to report to the clinic within 36 hours of flare onset.
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