Metformin is the drug of choice for type 2 diabetes and is the first drug proven to prevent diabetes or delay the onset of diabetes. However, metformin also has a relatively clear adverse reaction, in order to ensure the efficacy of hypoglycemic, try to reduce adverse reactions, the clinical… Continue Reading 4 medication details of metformin

Metformin is the drug of choice for type 2 diabetes and is the first drug proven to prevent diabetes or delay the onset of diabetes. However, metformin also has a relatively clear adverse reaction, in order to ensure the efficacy of hypoglycemic, try to reduce adverse reactions, the clinical attention… Continue Reading 4 medication details of metformin

Aspirin If there is a magic drug in the world, it must be aspirin. Aspirin, also known as acetylsalicylic acid, is a long-standing antipyretic analgesic that was born on March 6, 1899. It is different from the current western medicine. It doesn’t have five or six hundred molecular weights, and… Continue Reading There are only two “magic drug” in the world.

Alzheimer’s disease may have originated from some unknown type of diabetes! This rather shocking hypothesis is expected to open up new avenues for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and even to find preventive measures. “Alzheimer’s disease is diabetes in the brain.” This remark first aroused great repercussions in the field… Continue Reading Is Alzheimer’s disease called “Type III” diabetes?

Metformin has been discovered for nearly 90 years. The advantages of safety, efficacy, and low price make it the most widely used oral hypoglycemic agent in clinical practice. In 2014, approximately 14.4 million people in the United States prescribed drugs containing metformin. As evidence of the benefits of metformin in… Continue Reading FDA relaxes restrictions on the use of metformin

People with diabetes are no strangers to “Metformin,” which is currently the “star” drug for the treatment of diabetes worldwide. However, the mechanism of action of this drug in lowering blood sugar has always been a scientific mystery. Recently, a research team of Professor Lin Shengcai of the School of… Continue Reading Chinese scholars crack the mechanism of metformin hypoglycemic effect

Metformin has been discovered for nearly 90 years. The advantages of safety, efficacy, and low price make it the most widely used oral hypoglycemic agent in clinical practice. In 2014, approximately 14.4 million people in the United States prescribed drugs containing metformin. As evidence of the benefits of metformin in… Continue Reading Hypoglycemic + antihypertensive = anticancer? The miracle metformin is up again

Improper use of drugs not only compromises curative effect, but also causes drug intolerance or adverse reactions. Therefore, when using metformin in patients with diabetes, the doctor needs to formulate the dose and usage of the drug according to the actual situation of the patient to accurately grasp the efficacy… Continue Reading Three drug details of metformin

Metformin has been used clinically for 60 years. With excellent sugar control efficacy and good drug safety, metformin is currently the core drug for global diabetes control. In recent years, some new research findings have emerged for metformin. What are the new hotspot findings? 1. Regulate the intestinal flora The… Continue Reading Metformin, Top 10 New Discoveries

Metformin was introduced in 1957 and has been used clinically for more than 50 years. It is currently one of the most widely used oral hypoglycemic agents in the world. Metformin has good evidence of efficacy and safety of single-agent/combination therapy, as well as evidence of good health economics. Regardless… Continue Reading Is it effective to use metformin for weight loss?