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Glossary of diabetes and drugs affecting blood glucose

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What does Type 1 mean?
Insulin dependent diabetes mellitus
IDDM
What does type 2 mean?
Non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus
NIDDM
What are some of the short term effects of diabetes?
frequent urination,thirst,and hunger
What is the normal blood glucose level?
80-100
How often should a diabetic person monitor their glucose level?
At least once a week.
Glucotrol®
Glipizide
class
Oral Antidiabetic
DiaBeta®
Glyburide
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Micronase®
Glyburide
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Amaryl®
Glimepiride
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Glyset®
Miglitol
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Glucophage®
Metformin
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Precose®
Acarbose
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Avandia®
Rosiglitazone
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Actos®
Pioglitazone
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Starlix®
Nateglinide
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Prandin®
Repaglinide
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Metaglip®
Glipizide & Metformin
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Glucovance®
Glyburide & Metformin
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Avandamet®
Metformin & Rosiglitazone
class
Oral Antidiabetic
Humulin R®
Regular Insulin
classification
Antidiabetic
Insulin Lispro
Humalog
Isophane Insulin
NPH Iletin, Humulin N
Isophane insulin suspension
Humulin 70/30
Novolin 70/30
Insulin Glargine
Lantus
Novolog R®
Regular insulin
classification
Antidiabetic
Humalog®
Regular Insulin
classification
Antidiabetic
Humalog 75/25®
Regular Insulin
classification
Antidiabetic
Novolog®
Regular Insulin
classification
Antidiabetic
NPH
Regular Insulin
classification
Antidiabetic
Humulin N®
Regular Insulin
classification
Antidiabetic
Novolin N®
Regular Insulin
classification
Antidiabetic
Novolin 70-30 ®
Regular Insulin
classification
Antidiabetic
Humulin 70/30®
Regular Insulin
classification
Antidiabetic
Lantus ®
Insulin Glargine
Regular Insulin
classification
Antidiabetic
Glynase Pres Tab®
Glyburide
classification
Oral Antidiabetic

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