Diacerein Glucosamine Sulphate Potassium Chloride Tablets

Diacerein is in a class of substances called anthraquinones. A slow-acting drug, it is intended to block actions of interleukin-1 beta protein, which, through cartilage destruction and inflammation, may be involved in development of degenerative joint diseases such as osteoarthritis.
The PRAC concluded that the number of cases of diarrhea from use of diacerein was high, particularly cases of severe diarrhea that sometimes led to further complications. The committee also considered reports of liver problems from patients taking the drug.
Glucosamine is a cellulose-like combination product containing naturally occurring "building blocks" used by the body to make cartilage. It is thought to work by stimulating the production of cartilage, which leads to joint repair. It also protects cartilage and stops it from breaking down. 


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