Diabetes Oral Medications

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Diabetes Oral and Injectable Medications
Actoplus Met
(pioglitazone metformin)
Janumet XR
(sitagliptin and metformin hydrochloride)
Actos
(pioglitazone)
Januvia
(sitagliptin phosphate)
Amaryl
(glimepiride)
Jentadueto
(linagliptin/metformin hydrochloride)
Avandamet
(rosiglitazone maleate and metformin hydrochloride)
Juvisync
(Sitagliptin Simvastatin)
Avandaryl
(rosiglitazone glimepiride)
Kazano
(alogliptin/metformin)
Avandia
(rosiglitazone)
Kombiglyze XR
(saxagliptin/metformin)
Byetta
(exenatide)
Lucentis
(ranibizumab)
Bydureon
(exenatide)
Metaglip
(glipizide metformin)
Cycloset
(bromocriptine)
Micronase
(glyburide)
DiaBeta
(glyburide)
Nesina
(alogliptin)
Diabinese
(chlorpropamide)
Onglyza
(saxagliptin)
Duetact
(pioglitazone glimepiride)
Orinase
(tolbutamide)
Dymelor
(acetohexamide)
Oseni
(alogliptin/pioglitazone)
Fortamet
(metformin hydrochloride extended release)
PrandiMet
(repaglinide metformin HCl tablets)
Glucagon Prandin
(repaglinide)
Glucophage
(metformin)
Precose
(acarbose)
Glucophage XR
(metformin hydrochloride extended release)
Riomet
(metformin HCl oral solution)
Glucotrol
(glipizide)
Starlix
(nateglinide)
Glucotrol XL
(glipizide)
Symlin
(pramlintide acetate)
Glucovance
(glyburide and metformin hydrochloride)
Tolinase
(tolazamide)
Glynase PresTab
(glyburide)
Tradjenta
(linagliptin)
Glyset
(miglitol)
Victoza
(liraglutide)
Invokana
(canagliflozin)
Welchol
(colesevelam HCl)
Janumet
(sitagliptin/metformin HCl)
 

 

Excerpted and adapted from Oral Medication for Type 2 Diabetes, NIH Publication No. 03-4222.

Last Modified Date: April 03, 2014

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