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antidiabetic

[¦an·tē‚dī·ə¦bed·ik]
(pharmacology)
An agent, such as insulin, that is effective in controlling diabetes.
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This was disclosed by the Vice Chancellor of the Federal University Dutse, Professor Fatima Batul Mukhtar while briefing newsmen on the university's third convocation ceremony in said: 'the anti-diabetic drugs have successfully passed the pre-clinical stage.
It falls under a new category of anti-diabetic drugs known as DPP 4 inhibitors, which are used in the treatment of patients with Type 2 diabetes and are considered to be far more effective in controlling blood glucose levels than the older class of drugs.
This anti-diabetic drug is therefore a promising adjunctive therapy that could enhance the effectiveness of existing TB treatments.
All patients were operated at oral and maxillofacial surgery unit of deMontmorency college of dentistry under general anesthesia with protocol shift of oral anti-diabetic drugs to systemic hypoglycemic agents.
Metformin seems to be more than just an anti-diabetic drug.
Rats fed with high fat diet (HFD) and followed by streptozotocin (STZ) administration results in hyperglycemia, hyperlipidaemia and increased body weight, which are considered to be a clinically ideal model for screening anti-diabetic drug (Srinivasan et al.
Published after the Mediator scandal (an anti-diabetic drug that caused the death of many European citizens), they include measures to better identify and monitor products there may be any doubts about.
TABLE 1: Anti-diabetic Drug Utilization (Individual\Combination) Anti-diabetic Mono- Combination Total drugs Therapy Sulfonylurea 11 119 130 (65%) Biguanide 7 123 130 (65%) Thiazolidinediones 13 43 56 (28%) Acarbose 5 1 6 (3%) Insulin 31 -- 31 (15.
Research led by the University of Leeds has found drugs such as anti-diabetic drug Metformin and AICAR, used to combat obesity, can prevent the hepatitis C virus from replicating in the body.
The press conference discussed the latest research findings on diabetes, particularly those related to its treatment and medications, including the anti-diabetic drug Rosiglitazone.
A Cleveland Police spokeswoman said the stolen drugs included Temazepam and Gliclazide, an anti-diabetic drug.

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