PMID: 5526612Jun 6, 1970Paper

Blood glucose variations and clinical experience with glibenclamide in diabetes mellitus

British Medical Journal
D J O'Sullivan, W F Cashman

Abstract

Thirty patients were treated with glibenclamide for periods up to 16 months. The drug is a potent hypoglycaemic agent, and taken in a single daily dose controls blood glucose levels over a 24-hour period in maturity onset diabetes. A definite dose-effect relationship exists, and the drug may be used in doses of 5 to 20 mg. daily. There were no appreciable side-effects or toxic effects during the period of study.

References

Apr 18, 1969·Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift·H SchmittK Jahnke

Citations

Aug 30, 2000·Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice·W B Wan MohamadM Mafauzy
Feb 27, 1971·British Medical Journal
Jun 1, 1989·Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics·M E Abdel-HamidM M Hasan
Apr 1, 1981·Postgraduate Medical Journal·V WongpaitoonR S Patrick
Jul 21, 1998·Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences·V LadisC Kattamis
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Nov 2, 1989·The New England Journal of Medicine·J E Gerich

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