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stimulates secretion of insulin from the pancreatic beta cells
Indication
reduce glycosylated Hb (Hb1ac) in blood
Off label indication
diabetes insipidus
HbA1C guideline
ideally <6%
1%= 40 mg/dL plasma glucose
8.5% initiate tx (esp insuliln)
preprandial gluose levels
<105 mg/dL
post prandial peak
<180mg/dL
1hr post prandial
<155 mg/dL
General warning
skin reactions, drowsiness, GI upset, fever, larringhytis, hypoglycemic risks
Hypoglycemia risks
weakness, sweating, mental confusion, numbiness in limbs

occurs under stressful conditions, limited caloric intake, excessive exercise
CV risks
long term effect
Preg Cat

with one exception:
but know that insulin is preferred in preggers.
C,
exception: Glyburide B
DDI
conazoles, beta blockers, ca channels and thiazides interfere with hypoglycemic effect
1st generation
TACT
tolbutamide ORINASE
acetohexamide
chlorpropamide
tolazamide
2nd generation

glipizide
GLUCOTROL

ER AND XL
taken 30 minutes BEFORE meals
glyburide
DIABETA, GLYNASE, MICRONASE

micronized form for better absorption
glimepride
AMARYL
CDE
CERTIFIED DIABETES EDUCATOR

pharmacists qualified for mtm reimbursement for patient counseling
can i drink and take my meds?
NO