Pregabalin, but not duloxetine, was shown to improve pain and function scores in patients with hand osteoarthritis.
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Vibrating gloves may help reduce hand pain in women with hand osteoarthritis
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DAS28 were found to be significantly higher at baseline and at 12-month follow-up in a group of patients (n=9) with knee osteoarthritis.
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