About Aloprim
Aloprim, which is generically known as Allopurinol, is a drug used to treat hyperuricemia, which is a condition in which there is an excess of uric acid in blood plasma, and chronic gout. Aloprim has been on the United States market since 1966, when it was first introduced by the name 'Zyloprim'. Because this drug is so old, it is now sold under a variety of generic names by a variety of makers, including:
Allohexal
Allosig
Milurit
Alloril
Progout
Zyloprim
Zyloric
Zyrik
Aluron
Although the primary use, and the one for which it was initially approved, is the treatment of hyperuricemia, Aloprim is also used to treat kidney stones, iscchemic reperfusion injury, and protozoal infections

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