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  • Content for Glimepiride + Metformin

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    Content for Glimepiride + Metformin Background: The worldwide prevalence of diabetes mellitus (DM) has increased dramatically in the past 20 years. Insulin resistance occurs early in type 2 disease. This leads to progressive beta cell failure and overt diabetes. Though monotherapy can slow down this process, it does not prevent the progression of the disease. To address, both insulin resistance and beta cell dysfunction, combination therapy is required. Clinical evidence suggests that combination

  • Analysis Of Drug Metformin : A Disorder Of The Endocrine System

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    Analysis of drug Metformin "Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a disorder of the endocrine system"(Ciccone, 2016), which caused an increase in blood glucose. In the United States, there are approximately 24 million people diagnosed with DM. (Ciccone, 2016). Diabetes is also considered as a global health problem that seems to increase every day. It is estimated that people diagnosed with DM will increase up to 366 million in the year 2030 (Ali et al., 2015). DM causes a serious problem and is known to be the

  • Class V : Kmt 4 Inhibitors

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    resulting in a reduction in hepatic glucose output and increase in insulin production. DPP 4 inhibitors currently approved in the US: Generic name Trade name Dosage Combinations Sitagliptin Januvia 25 to 100 mg once daily Janumet( Sitagliptin+Metformin) Saxagliptin Onglyza 2.5 to 5 mg once daily

  • Orlistat: Type 2 Diabetes

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    remains first line therapy for type 2 diabetes. metformin is designated only for diabetes control and not for weight control in candidates with or without diabetes.(Group 2012) Metformin has been detected as a reason of weight loss in type 2 diabetes patients. Non-diabetic patients obesity seem to be due to insulin resistance (Hoeger, Davidson et al. 2008). Improving insulin sensitivity might therefore be a reason for weight reduction under metformin therapy, though the exact underlying patho-mechanisms

  • Pcos Syndrome

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    Metformin was tested with all the following adipocytokines, Visfatin, Adiponectin, Resistin and Leptin in patients with PCOS (Kong, W., Niu, X., Zeng, T., Lu, M., & Chen, L., 2015 ). The way this study was conducted was information from several other studies

  • Oral Anti Diabetic Agents Are Used As Pharmacotherapy Options

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    therapy to the latest developments are as follows :  BIGUANIDES [METFORMIN]  SULFONYLUREAS a. FIRST GENERATION SULFONYLUREAS. b. SECOND GENERATION SULFONYLUREAS.  MEGLITINIDES  THIAZOLIDINEDIONES  DPP-4 INHIBITORS  ALPHA-GLUCOSIDASE INHIBITORS  SGL2 INHIBITORS (NEWEST CLASS OF DRUGS) CLASS I: BIGUANIDES [METFORMIN] According to the ADA (American Diabetes Association) 2013 guidelines, metformin is considered as first line therapy for initiation of treatment in

  • International Conference On Harmonization Guidelines

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    Good Clinical Practice part of the International Conference on Harmonization guidelines (ICH/ GCP E6) and Health Canada Regulations (Part C, Division 5) that is mandatory to conduct all the human clinical research in Canada. Metformin is available in Canada as Apo-Metformin but Vildagliptin (Glavus) is not available in this country and is needed some shipping process from United State of America under the Health Canada Regulations (Part c, Division 5). 1.1 Background Diabetes Mellitus is a common

  • Essay On Glimepiride

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    glimepiride/metformin was available in normal and sustained release tablet. A multicenter randomized study reported similar efficacy, hypoglycemic events and compliance between these two formulations. Mean HbA1c reduced by 0.59% and 0.61% in sustained release group and normal group respectively. Besides, fixed dose glimepiride/metformin was as effective as glibenclamide/metformin in reducing HbA1c but more patients achieved HbA1c<7% at 12-month of treatment with glimiperide/metformin (44.6% versus26

  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome : Etiology- Environmental And Genetic Factors

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    metabolic dysfunction, infertility, and hyperandrogenism. Treatment for PCOS includes diet and lifestyle changes in order to promote a healthy body mass index (BMI) and further reduce hyperinsulinaemia (a symptom of the condition). Medications such as metformin/Glucophage might be utilized for management of the presenting symptoms. PCOS symptoms at present-day can only be managed and no cure for Polycystic ovary syndrome available. (Jeanes &Hart &Smith & Barr, 2009). Diet: Proper diet/nutrition and weight

  • Metformin Benefits

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    advisable to visit a doctor to prescribe Metformin to achieve normal blood sugar levels for six months before getting pregnant and to maintain the levels for the nine months of the pregnancy. If you have been keen on keeping diabetes under control, continue with the routine since there will be two on board. For an individual to enjoy benefits brought by Metformin, diet and exercise are vital. Additional benefits of Metformin Health benefits of taking Metformin are not only limited to regulating blood