Consideration to potential synergistic and adverse drug interactions is warranted when prescribing hemidesmus to patients on insulin and/ or hypoglycemic agents
However, she continued to have frequent hypoglycemic episodes after complete withdrawal of the hypoglycemic agent
Treatment with oral hypoglycemic agents
is associated with side effects related to pharmacokinetic properties, secondary failure rates, hypoglycemia, gastrointestinal disturbances, skin reactions, hematological disorders, and rise in hepatic enzyme level.
According to mode of therapy, the prevalence of PAD was found to be 20% in diabetics taking oral hypoglycemic agents
and insulin, 27.
Nateglinide, which is an amino acid derivative, is an oral hypoglycemic agent
launched in August 1999.
Olive leaf extract as a hypoglycemic agent
in both human diabetic subjects and in rats.
In about two-thirds of those hospitalizations, the drug or drug class responsible for the event was warfarin, an antiplatelet agent, insulin, or an oral hypoglycemic agent
, and the adverse reaction was either bleeding or hypoglycemia.
When patients were analyzed according to the type of hypoglycemic agent
they were taking, mean hemoglobin [A.
This may result in the need for an increase in the dose of, or initiation of, insulin and/or oral hypoglycemic agent
therapy and/or lipid-lowering agents, respectively.
0%) were randomly assigned to receive, in double-blind fashion, 600 [mu]g per day of chromium (as chromium picolinate) plus 2 mg per day of biotin or placebo for 90 days, along with their usual oral hypoglycemic agent
One-quarter of patients were treated by diet alone, 12% with an oral hypoglycemic agent
alone, and 37% with an oral hypoglycemic agent
2]O extract at a 100 mg/kg dose was stronger than the mixture of tolbutamide (200 mg/kg), a known sulfonylurea hypoglycemic agent
, and buformin (1 mg/kg), which was used as a positive control, and lowered the blood glucose level by 24.
Keywords: Diabetes mellitus type 2; Cecropia obtusifolia; Marrubium vulgare; Antilipemic agent; Hypoglycemic agent
Schucker said she has found particularly reassuring a study in which 404 gestational diabetic women were randomized to insulin or the second-generation oral hypoglycemic agent
Blood glucose disturbances have been reported with use of quinolones, usually in diabetic patients receiving concomitant treatment with an oral hypoglycemic agent
or with insulin.