Patients not on treatment or on other antihyperglycemic
agents entered a run-in treatment period of up to 12 weeks duration with metformin monotherapy (dose of [greater than or equal to]1500 mg per day) which included washout of medications other than metformin, if applicable.
As part of the screening process to locate plants or plant parts with antihyperglycemic
and antinociceptive properties, this study was conducted to evaluate the above two properties of methanolic extract of fruits of Luffa acutangula in Swiss albino mice.
There have been no clinical studies establishing conclusive evidence of macrovascular risk reduction with TRADJENTA or any other antihyperglycemic
Table 3 shows that the Et0Ac fraction (200 mg/kg) caused a significant acute antihyperglycemic
effect when compared to the respective hyperglycemic control group (Group II).
Studies have identified a link between type 2 diabetes, antihyperglycemic
medications, and pancreatitis, but these have used small population sizes and have not stratified by age and sex, Dr.
The studies assessed JANUVIA as monotherapy, initial combination therapy with metformin or add-on therapy to oral antihyperglycemic
agents (metformin, pioglitazone, a sulfonylurea, a sulfonylurea plus metformin or metformin plus rosiglitazone).
As part of the screening process to locate plants with antihyperglycemic
properties, this study was conducted to evaluate the antihyperglycemic
potential of methanol extract of leaves of Abroma augusta in oral glucose tolerance tests conducted with Swiss albino mice.
About the Pooled Analysis For the post-hoc analysis, researchers pooled results from 19 double-blind studies, including data from 9,459 patients treated with either linagliptin (5mg: 5,687, 10mg: 160) or a comparator group of placebo and other oral antihyperglycemic
treatments (placebo: 2,675, glimepiride: 775, voglibose: 162).
, antioxidant activity (Nagarajan et al.
Comment: Byetta mimics the actions of incretins, hormones that enhance glucose-dependent insulin secretion and have other antihyperglycemic
effects after release into the gut.
It is the first fixed-dose combination of a fast acting insulin secretagogue and metformin, combining two antihyperglycemic
agents with different mechanisms of action in one tablet to improve glycemic control.
Various members of the Brassica oleracea family have been reported to have antihyperglycemic