hypoglycemia

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Synonyms for hypoglycemia

abnormally low blood sugar usually resulting from excessive insulin or a poor diet

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For gestational diabetes, new codes have been added for use of hypoglycemic agents, so no additional code is reported
Conclusion: Pioglitazone when used in combination with other oral hypoglycemic agents has a beneficial effect on the serum HDL levels of the diabetics.
charantia, with most of reviews mentioning the synergistic effect when taken together with hypoglycemic agents.
1c] in patients with GCK MODY isn't affected by treatment with insulin or oral hypoglycemic agents (Diabetologica 2014;57:54-6).
But oral hypoglycemic agents are an attractive and increasingly common alternative.
Hypoglycemic agents (oral and injectable) are implicated in one-fourth of emergency hospitalizations for adverse drugs events in this population.
77%) were on oral hypoglycemic agents four did not know their diabetic status four patients (22.
Almost all complementary and alternative agents reviewed here were tested against placebo, and most were used in combination with standard therapy, usually identified as diet with or without oral hypoglycemic agents (table).
Sixty patients (mean age, 55 years) with type 2 diabetes who were being treated with oral hypoglycemic agents were randomly assigned to receive, in double-blind fashion, 200 [micro]g per day of selenium (as sodium selenite) or placebo for 3 months.
Based on the approval of the partial change, the indication of TENELIAA has changed to type 2 diabetes mellitus based on the Guideline for Clinical Evaluation of Oral Hypoglycemic Agents , and TENELIAA is now available for combination therapy with existing oral hypoglycemic agents, such as biganides, ?
All subjects maintained their usual diabetes therapy which consisted of the oral hypoglycemic agents sulfonylurea and/or metformin.
5 percent and no longer needing insulin or oral hypoglycemic agents (blood sugar-lowering medications).
Researchers who conducted the study determined that four medications and medication classes--warfarin (Coumadin), insulin, antiplatelet agents, such as Plavix and aspirin, and oral hypoglycemic agents, such as metformin and Glucotrol, that lower blood glucose levels--were implicated in 67 percent of hospitalizations among American seniors due to adverse drug events.
The adverse events studied included adverse drug events associated with hypoglycemic agents, heparin, and warfarin; general adverse events such as falls and pressure ulcers; four types of infection-related adverse events; and seven types of post-procedural adverse events.