hypoglycemic agent

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Synonyms for hypoglycemic agent

any of various agents that decrease the level of glucose in the blood and are used in the treatment of diabetes mellitus

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19] Advertisement requirement includes complete information of product to avoid ambiguity, advisory statement for continued consultation with physician to monitor blood glucose and hypoglycemic agent adjustment, owing to the risk of potentiated effect.
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.
3) A CSF glucose value greater than that seen in plasma may occur if the CSF has been collected immediately following exposure to a hypoglycemic agent, such as insulin.
where he first became interested in the chemistry of strained rings related to the hypoglycemic agent, hypoglycin.
5% of the 4,687 patients treated with the hypoglycemic agent versus 12.
Olive leaf extract as a hypoglycemic agent in both human diabetic subjects and in rats.
The meta-analysis by Dhulkotia and colleagues compares "any" oral hypoglycemic agent (glyburide or metformin) with insulin and concludes that there is no difference between the two types of treatment.
All subjects were taking metformin and another oral hypoglycemic agent, had achieved hemoglobin [A.
In general, the hypoglycemic effect of metformin will only be seen in diabetics unless one simultaneously ingests another hypoglycemic agent or if he has co-existing severe hepatic insufficiency as seen in this case.
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.
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.
When patients were analyzed according to the type of hypoglycemic agent they were taking, mean hemoglobin [A.