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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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Relatively new to the supplement world, the leaves of the banaba plant contain corosolic acid, which exhibits antidiabetic properties.
The antidiabetic TZDs used in the study were originally developed to increase the body's sensitivity to the low levels of insulin present in Type 2 diabetes.
There are seven pharmacologic subclasses of oral antidiabetic agents: alpha-glucosidase inhibitors, biguanides, dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitors, meglitinides, sulfonylureas, sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 inhibitors, and thiazolidinediones.
Pharmacovigilance of antidiabetic drugs can play a crucial role in detecting ADRs and providing feedback to physicians on the possibility and details of such events, thereby protecting the patients from avoidable harm.
The research found that utilization of the Walgreens mobile app pill reminder was associated with significantly higher optimal adherence to oral antidiabetic, antihypertensive and antihyperlipidemic medications.
Group II received standard antidiabetic (metformin 50 mg/kg orally)
Their study population comprised 1,499,650 adults who began taking noninsulin antidiabetic drugs at or after the date that incretin-based agents entered the market.
New for the eleventh edition, the editor has added more than 350 new entries; reviewed, revalidated, and updated many existing entries; reviewed, restructured, and updated the chapter devoted to antidiabetic drugs; and added many other updates.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A combination of human stem cell transplantation and antidiabetic drugs proved to be highly effective at improving body weight and glucose metabolism in a mouse model of type 2 diabetes.
Patients in the primary care group were more likely to be on just one oral antidiabetic drug (40%), compared with the specialist group (27%).
The present study was to investigate the antidiabetic potency and mechanism of a proteoglycan extract, named FYGL (Fudan-Yueyang-G.