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Glucose elevating agents

What are Glucose elevating agents?

Glucose elevating agents are used to treat hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).

In diabetics, hypoglycemia can occur as a result of too much insulin or diabetes medicine, not sufficient intake of food, or sudden increase in exercise without increasing the amount of food intake.

List of Glucose elevating agents:

View by  Brand | Generic
Drug Name Avg. Rating Reviews
Proglycem (Pro)
Generic name: diazoxide
9.0
1 review
Insta-Glucose
Generic name: glucose
9.0
1 review
Gvoke (Pro)
Generic name: glucagon
10
1 review
Baqsimi (Pro)
Generic name: glucagon
9.0
1 review
Zegalogue (Pro)
Generic name: dasiglucagon
No reviews
Trutol
Generic name: glucose
No reviews
TRUEplus
Generic name: glucose
No reviews
Hyperstat
Generic name: diazoxide
No reviews
Glutose
Generic name: glucose
No reviews
Glutol
Generic name: glucose
No reviews
GlucaGen (Pro)
Generic name: glucagon
5.0
No reviews
Dextrose (Pro)
Generic name: glucose
No reviews
Dex4
Generic name: glucose
No reviews
BD Glucose
Generic name: glucose
No reviews
For ratings, users were asked how effective they found the medicine while considering positive/adverse effects and ease of use (1 = not effective, 10 = most effective).

See Also

Medical conditions associated with glucose elevating agents:

Further information

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