Side Effects of Western Drugs

Western Diabetes Medications & Their Possible Side Effects The following are the main Western medicines currently used for the treatment of diabetes mellitus. 1. Sulfonylureas Suflonylureas are a class of orally administered medications which simulate the pancreatic production of insulin and help the body utilize the insulin it makes, thus lowering blood glucose. For these

Glossary of diabetes

Acetone: A chemical substance produced during the breakdown of body fat and checked in the urine when poorly controlled Acidosis: The abnormal state of too much acid in the blood. This condition can be a serious complication of type 1 diabetes or treatment with metformin. Albumin: A type of water soluble blood protein that may