Repaglinide

What is Repaglinide?

Repaglinide is an antidiabetic drug in the class of medications known as meglitinides, and was invented in 1983. It is sold by Novo Nordisk under the name of Prandin in the U.S., GlucoNorm in Canada, Surepost in Japan, Repaglinide in Egypt by EIPICO, and NovoNorm elsewhere. In Japan it is produced by Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma.

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my mother around 60 years is diabetic & was on with 4mg of glimipride & 1000mg of metformin daily. Her FBS was 210, PPBS 450. Now she was changed...

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Yes,she needs dose adjustment and even may require third anti-diabetic drug if not controlled with 2 drugs.

The...

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hi, i have a 9 years old daughter and now my husband and i have been trying to conseive with out luck.i went to see a guene who told me i have...

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regarding your query,you are suffering from PCOS(poly cystic ovarian syndrome) and according to gyneacologist...

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sir, my dad is a diabetes patient . Earlier he was taking Glycomet gp1 for controlling it and now the medicine is changed by the doctor to eurepa...

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DEAR SIR/MADAM

GLYCOMET GP1 IS COMBINATION OF METFORMIN 500 MG S.R AND GLIMEPERIDE 1 MG.

EUREPA MF1 IS COMBINATION OF METFORMIN 500 MG AND...

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my mother around 60 years is diabetic & was on with 4mg of glimipride & 1000mg of metformin daily. Her FBS was 210, PPBS 450. Now she was changed...

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hi, i have a 9 years old daughter and now my husband and i have been trying to conseive with out luck.i went to see a guene who told me i have...

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sir, my dad is a diabetes patient . Earlier he was taking Glycomet gp1 for controlling it and now the medicine is changed by the doctor to eurepa...

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