Exenatide

Category: Diabetes



Exenatide Overview

Exenatide, sold under the brand name Byetta and Bydureon among others, is a medication used to treat diabetes mellitus type 2.[1] It is used together with diet, exercise, and potentially other antidiabetic medication.[1] It is a less preferred treatment option after metformin and sulfonylureas.[2] It is given by injection under the skin within an hour before the first and last meal of the day.[1] A once-weekly injection version i...

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diabetic medication ## Okay, stumped me for a minute, then I realized it should be Exenatide, this is sold under the name brands Exendin 4, Byetta, and others. Here's the monograhp listing where you can find more info: Exenatide Info Click Here This is very new to the US market, and it seems to work really well for some people and to cause awful reactions in others, so please be careful using this, and keep all doctor's appointments. Report any unusual reactions and problems right away, also remember, this is not an INSULIN, it is something that helps control your blood sugar levels by helping to aid your pancreas and augment its control of your blood sugar, so this alone will not control your sugar levels. I have a friend in Texas who has used this with great results, in additi...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Exenatide
  • For Suspension, Extended Release: 2mg, 2mg/vial
  • Injection: 2mg, 300mcg/1.2ml (250mcg/ml), 300ugm/1.2ml (250ugm/ml), 300ugm/1.2ml(250ugm/ml), 600mcg/2.4ml (250mcg/ml), 600ugm/2.4ml (250ugm/ml), 600ugm/2.4ml(250ugm/ml)
  • Suspension, Extended Release: 2mg/0.85ml (2mg/0.85ml)
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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