Metabolites

This pharmacological group includes such metabolites as hypoglycemic synthetic and other agents in combinations. Below is a list of hypoglycemic synthetic and other agents in combinations: Metformin + Rosiglitazone Glimepiride + Metformin Glibenclamide + Metformin Vildagliptin + Metformin Gliclazide + Metformin Metformin + Saxagliptin Metformin + Glibenclamide

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Hypoglycemic, or antidiabetic drugs – drugs that lower blood glucose levels and are used to treat diabetes. Along with insulin, the preparations of which are suitable only for parenteral use, there are a number of synthetic compounds that have a hypoglycemic effect and are effective when taken orally. These drugs are mainly used in type…

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This pharmacological group includes such metabolic agents as vitamins and vitamin-like agents in combinations. Below is a list of vitamins and vitamin-like agents in combinations: Multivitamins + Multimineral Vitamin E + Retinol Betacarotene + Vitamin E + Menadione + Retinol Multivitamins + Other medicines Multivitamins Ascorbic Acid + Dextrose + Sucrose Ascorbic acid Ascorbic acid…

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Vitamins are irreplaceable elements necessary for the growth, development and life of a person. Most vitamins in the body are not synthesized, their source is usually the external environment (food products of plant and animal origin, microorganisms – normal inhabitants of the gastrointestinal tract). Lack of vitamins in the body (vitamin deficiency) may be the…

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This pharmacological group includes metabolic agents such as proteins and amino acids in combinations. Below is a list of protein and amino acid combinations: Aminoacids for parenteral nutrition Aminoacids for parenteral nutrition + Other medicines [Multimineral] Aminoacids for parenteral nutrition + Other medicines [Multivitamins] Aminoacids for parenteral nutrition + Other medicines [Fat emulsions + Dextrose…

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Proteins and amino acids provide substrate for many enzymatic processes. Amino acids are not only structural elements of specific tissue proteins, but also act as neurotransmitters (glutamic and aspartic acids, glycine, etc.). The daily requirement for protein is 70 g. In a number of pathological conditions (including body temperature above 39 ° C, severe operations,…

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This pharmacological group includes such metabolic agents as antihypoxants and antioxidants in combinations. Below is a list of antihypoxants and antioxidants in combination: Succinic acid + Citric acid (Acidum succinicum + Acidum citricum) Ethylmethylhydroxypyridine succinate + [Pyridoxine] (Aethylmethylhydroxypyridini succinas + Pyridoxinum) Ascorbic acid + Rutoside Glycine + Glutamic Acid + Cystine

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Antihypoxants (Hypoxen, Actovegin, etc.) are drugs that improve the utilization of oxygen by the body and reduce the need for it (increase resistance to hypoxia) of organs and tissues. An undoubted role in the fight against hypoxia belongs to antioxidants (vitamin E, butylhydroxytoluene, probucol, ascorbic acid, Rutin, etc.). Activation of free radical processes and peroxidation…

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Anabolism is the biosynthesis of metabolic products (proteins, fats, carbohydrates), in contrast to catabolism – another component of metabolism, which means the breakdown (degradation) of the same products. Both processes in the body are realized by enzymatic pathways (in the vast majority of cases). Certain steroid and non-steroidal compounds have anabolic effect. Of the steroid…

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