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Default Acute Gout drugs for Step 1??

Some books shows Indomethacin as the DOC for Acute Gout.
FA 2012 says Colchicine and NSAIDs for DOC for Acute Gout.

Any ideas which one is correct or more current for USMLE Step 1?
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Indomethacin is a NSAID !!
Stick to fa
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Its Indomethacin, U world also has a question about this. I spaz out sometimes and put colchicine, but its the NSAID.
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Thank you for the response!

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