antidiabetic agent

antidiabetic agent

Any agent intentionally used to improve glucose control (e.g., efficiency of glucose utilisation).
 
Types
▪ Parenteral (e.g., insulin, exenatide, liraglutide and pramlintide).
▪ Oral hypoglycaemic agents.
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Also, these fruits can be a potential source of natural antidiabetic agents. These findings may scientifically explain some uses of this species in folk medicine as an antidiabetic agent.
chirata may now be considered as a potential antidiabetic agent. [14] Hypoglycemic and Antidiabetic effect of S.
Efficacy of bromocriptine mesylate as add-on oral antidiabetic agent in type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Insulin was set as leading compound for classification on treatment as oral alone (oral antidiabetic agent intake) or oral + insulin and insulin alone (insulin therapy).
In light of the current study, DT has emerged as a potential alternative antidiabetic agent from natural origin with such therapeutic impact.
An antidiabetic agent that is weight-neutral or that promotes weight loss, such as an SGLT2 inhibitor or a GLP-1 agonist, would be more suitable.
Mitiglinide is a new, oral antidiabetic agent which belongs to the glinides class of blood glucose lowering compounds.
1) (Kanaujia et al., 2010) Metformin is currently used as antidiabetic agent in the treatment of type 2 diabetes.
Nearly all elderly patients with type 2 diabetes will be started on some antidiabetic agent at some point, Dr.
The primary goal of treatment is to target glycemic control by maintaining the HbA1C level at 67% to decrease the incidence of microvascular and macrovascular complications without predisposing patients to hypoglycemia.4 Treatment with a single antidiabetic agent is often unsuccessful in achieving and /or maintaining glycemic control in patients with type 2 DM and many patients require combination of antidiabetic agents.5 Currently available antidiabetic agents work by different mechanisms to lower blood glucose levels.
One approach for the development of an effective phytochemical compound can be mixing a number of hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic herbs to produce more potent antidiabetic agent. The present work was a part of a research effort to find the best mixture from some medicinal plants which their hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic effects were supported by several studies.
Still, the findings present the immediate opportunity to explore NuSE as an antidiabetic agent.