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Among surgical patients, the use of oral hypoglycemic agents significantly declined from 77% at baseline to 18% at 1 year and 22% at 3 years.
After a few days of hospitalization, he recovered dramatically and was sent home on a treatment regime of gemfibrozil, insulin and oral hypoglycemic agents.
A landmark study demonstrating the efficacy of glyburide use in gestational diabetes mellitus has given the green light to investigations into the use of other oral hypoglycemic agents during pregnancy Dr.
He is taking oral hypoglycemic agents for his diabetes and is on a low-salt diet for mild hypertension.
There is a possibility for the survival of a few [beta]-cells and this has been proved by several research groups who observed antihyperglycemic activity with oral hypoglycemic agents in alloxan-induced diabetic rats (Subramoniam et al.
Women taking oral hypoglycemic agents who become pregnant should switch to insulin as soon as possible.
1) Of these, insulin and oral hypoglycemic agents are the most common.
lc] levels, the proportion of women, and the proportion of patients prescribed oral hypoglycemic agents were higher in the intervention than in the control group.
Participants randomized into the study were all on a treatment regimen for their diabetes, which could include either diet alone, up to two oral hypoglycemic agents, insulin alone, or insulin with no more than one oral agent.
Insulin, oral hypoglycemic agents, and the pharmacology of the endocrine pancreas.
Kahn CR, Shechter Y: Insulin, oral hypoglycemic agents, and the pharmacology of the endocrine pancreas.
Among the 1,510 patients with reported hypoglycemic events, 589 were receiving only insulin, 446 only oral hypoglycemic agents, 358 both insulin and oral hypoglycemic agents, and 117 were on a diabetes diet only.
The major classes of synthetic oral hypoglycemic agents currently available for the management and/or control of adult-onset, NIDDM, type-2 diabetes mellitus include the sulphonylureas, biguanides, thiazolidinediones, alpha-glucosidase inhibitors, and so forth.
In the only randomized trial of oral hypoglycemic agents during pregnancy, there were no differences in neonatal outcomes such as large for gestational age, hypoglycemia, anomaly, or stillbirth between 201 women randomized to receive glyburide after 8 weeks' gestation and 203 treated with insulin (N.