Salt – Repaglinide
Generic Name – Repaglinide
Drug Class – Meglitinide
Used For – Type 2 Diabetes Treatment

Repaglinide is a oral Anti Diabetic drug . It belongs to a class of drugs called Meglitinide/Phenylalanine analogues. Repaglinide is used either alone or in combination with other oral hypoglycemic agents in Type 2 Diabetes.

Dosage-
Initial dose For whose HbA1c is 8% or higher : 1 or 2 mg orally with each Diet.
Initial dose For HbA1c is less than 8% : 0.5 mg orally with each Diet.
Recommended Dose Range: 0.5 to 4 mg orally with each Diet.
Maximum Daily Dose: 16 mg per day in 3 to 4 Doses.
Side effects Of Repaglinide
blurred vision
cold temperature
confusion
excessive yawning
headache
heart palpitations
hunger
Hypoglycemia
irritability
muscle weakness
nausea
numbness around the mouth
perspiration
tingling in the fingers
tiredness
tremors

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