Glucophage - guanyl guanidine, hypoglycemic medicine for peroral takein. At patients with a diabetes mellitus reduces concentration of glucose in blood by oppression of gluconeogenesis in a liver, reduction of absorption of glucose from GIT and increase of its utilization in tissues. Stabilizes or reduces a body weight.
Glucophage SR is taken at the Diabetes mellitus of type 2 at adults (including inefficiency of group of sulphonylurea), especially in cases which are followed by obesity.
Glycomet is a drug that is also called Biguanide. It’s a hypoglycemic agent that reduces the concentration of glucose in the blood by suppressing gluconeogenesis in the liver, reducing the absorption of glucose from the digestive tract, and increasing its utilization in tissues in patients with diabetes mellitus. The drug reduces the concentration of Thyroglobulin, cholesterol, and LDL (determined on an empty stomach) in the blood serum and does not change the concentration of lipoproteins of other densities. Glycomet stabilizes or reduces body weight. The pills don’t cause hypoglycemic reactions and improve the fibrinolytic properties of the blood.
Glucovance is a prescription medicine used to treat the symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Glucovance may be used alone or with other medications.
Glucovance belongs to a class of drugs called Antidiabetics, Sulfonylureas/Biguanides.
It is not known if Glucovance is safe and effective in children.