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Diabetes Pharmacolog

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What is the mechanism of action of metformin?   Decreases hepatic gluconeogenesis  
What is the mechanism of action of glipizide?   Stimulates insulin release from pancreatic beta-cells  
What is the mechanism of action of pioglitizone?   Makes peripheral tissues more sensitive to insulin  
What is the mechanism of action of acarbose?   Slows down carbohydrate indigestion and absoprtion  
What is the mechanism of action of sitagliptan?   Allows for prolongation of exogenous GLP-1  
What is the mechanism of action of liraglutide?   Increases glucose dependent insulin secretion, slows gastric emptying, decreases glucagon  


   


 
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