Diabetes Drugs Made Simple

This video covers the basics of the diabetes.

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    • Simple Science Answers en 15 noviembre, 2013 a las 12:05 pm
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    Thanks all- I wish you all the best of luck on your tests!

    • Corey Doughty en 10 abril, 2014 a las 7:24 pm
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    Studying for my NP boards up here in Canada. Thanks for the succinct
    overview.

    • RegenerativeCellularTherapy en 24 abril, 2014 a las 5:01 pm
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    Great overview, the peptide based diabetes treatments are showing great
    success!

    • Csymphonhii D. Devareaux en 24 abril, 2014 a las 10:55 pm
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    Taking my NCLEX-PN for the first time…I’m using your videos for my
    refresher. Thank You…. You come highly recommended.

    • Amjad Ali en 21 agosto, 2014 a las 8:27 am
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    You need to be PAID for this. I will donate money this is much more clear
    and great for retaining information. You are the Best ever and I am a 4th
    yeah pharm student!

    • Sai Kumar en 30 agosto, 2014 a las 9:06 am
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    • Benji Gebers en 4 septiembre, 2014 a las 2:33 am
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    Isn’t nateglinde (D-pheylalamine) not considered to be a sulphonylurea
    because it will only stimulate the the beta-cells in the presence of
    glucose? 

    • Nhuong Le en 2 octubre, 2014 a las 12:26 am
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    I really enjoy your videos. I find they very informative and very useful in
    reviewing the concepts. I really appreciate that you have spend a lot of
    time and effort in making these videos. I also like this video very much.
    However, there is one suggestion that I would like to make for this videos.
    When you are trying to explain the mechanism of action of sulfonyl ureas,
    you said that increase intracellular glucose would increase the releasing
    of K+ to ECF, thus, causing the b-cell to depolarize and…. However, it is
    actually the opposite. Increase ICF glucose cause the shut down of K+
    channels => depolarize the cells. (Source:
    http://www.betacell.org/content/articlepanelview/article_id/1/panel_id/2).
    Again, I really like your video, and thanks a lot for making these helpful
    videos.

    • Paddy Kalish en 3 octubre, 2014 a las 1:25 pm
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    excellent!!! well done indeed!!!

    • Olaya Mosquera en 7 octubre, 2014 a las 1:54 pm
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    Nateglinide is not a Sulfonylurea. It, along with Repaglinide, comprise the
    Meglitinides.

    • Zunayed Rahman en 9 octubre, 2014 a las 7:54 am
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    Hola! Have you heard the talk about the Hamilton Diabetes Reversal
    Protocol? (just google it) I have heard some pretty good things about the
    results in lowering Blood sugars and my mate got amazing resultsafter
    trying it.

    • Zoma Islam en 9 octubre, 2014 a las 8:23 pm
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    Oh hai! Have you heard about the Hamilton Diabetes Reversal Protocol?
    (should be on google have a look) I have heard some super things about the
    results in lowering Blood sugars and my auntie got great resultsafter
    trying it.

    • suzy leon hanna en 14 octubre, 2014 a las 5:02 pm
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    hii i ‘m preparing for FPGEE (foreign pharmacy English equivalence ) , i
    find your videos is so helpful thanks for your efforts and your time :)

    • Tanmay Behera en 18 octubre, 2014 a las 12:21 pm
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    Excellent… pls give a lecture on any cns pharmacology… especially
    antidepressants, anti psychotics… thanks

    • Nicole Solomon en 28 octubre, 2014 a las 5:46 am
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    Hi 🙂 Thank you so much for this video. I am a first year med student from
    South Africa and I find Pharmacology really difficult to remember and
    understand. I am writing my exam today, and your video really helped me to
    understand the endocrine pharms section. God bless you and once again thank
    you very much. You’re awesome! 

    • ABSURA HAMISI en 16 noviembre, 2014 a las 2:23 am
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    Type 2 donesiabetes mellitus pharmacological treatment we have
    glitazonez(rosiglitazones),biguanides.sulphapyrozones its helping me
    remember what i learnt in class

    • snowdrop301 en 16 noviembre, 2014 a las 4:52 pm
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    thank you for sharing this. I understand it better than in my class
    lecture. 

    • Marie Michelle Amede en 30 noviembre, 2014 a las 2:34 pm
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    Great video! Help me understand the mechanism of action of diabetes drugs.
    Thanks

    • ELFCloudGamer en 4 diciembre, 2014 a las 10:44 am
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    Thank you! you are amazing! I hope some of these questions come in the
    exams!

    • Sheik Mohamed en 8 diciembre, 2014 a las 11:45 am
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    good

    • Chep Tumat en 12 diciembre, 2014 a las 4:19 am
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    It cannot be cured for coronary artery disease, it’s best to stop it come
    up by shifting your lifestyle, especially the diet.

    • Venkteshwar Singh ranout en 29 diciembre, 2014 a las 7:29 pm
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    I didn’t get the action of sulfonylurease

    • Praveen Kumar en 3 enero, 2015 a las 4:14 am
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    Thank cor such a brief video about the drugs used in Diabetics,, can you
    help me in finding the areas which are still uncovered in case of diabetics
    and obesity associated diabetes

    • Timothy Bullock en 28 enero, 2015 a las 11:39 am
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    easy for the less educated to understand. Great job and keep up the good
    work. As well Thank you!

    • Sadia K en 29 enero, 2015 a las 11:46 pm
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    THANK YOU!! I finally get it now :D

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