Published: 2021-10-02

Page: 295-301


Department of Pharmacology, VIMSAR, Burla, Odisha, India.

B. RAY *

Department of Pharmacology, Gayatri College of Pharmacy, Sambalpur, Odisha, India.


Department of Pharmacy Store, VIMSAR, Burla, Odisha, India.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Introduction: Diabetes mellitus (DM), belongs to the elegance of metabolic sicknesses which the mainsymptom related to this disorder is the excessive sugar ranges in blood for a protracted period. It may be categorised to the world’s principal sicknesses thinking about that influences excessive populace in earth and affords principal sorts I and II. Diabetes headaches include viable blindness, amputation of decrease limb, renal failure, and cardiac arrest or stroke. This evaluate summarizes the pathophysiology for each kinds of DM, the type of antidiabetic medicinal drugs in addition to destiny perspectives. Until now injectable medicinal drugs are greater regularly used which will acquire the proper remedy. Patients choose oral antidiabetic medicinal drugs given that are less complicated to be administered and for that reason researchers consciousness their research at this direction. This paintings additionally aimed to provide and compare viable oral formulations towards DM kind II.

Methodology: Data from 50 no of Patient with Diabetes on the Outpatient of VIMSAR,Burla changed into gathered in step with element Semistructure questionary. The Data encompass Demographic facts and Prescription survey Regarding Drug Prescription Patteren and Drug Utilisation Patteren.

Results and Discussion: In the existing Study amongst Participants the male percent changed into a great deal greater. More male patient. Metformin changed into the maximum famous and regularly prescribed drug for Patient coming to inpatient department. Beside this Sulfonylurea organization is the every other drug prescribed to massive no of Patient.

Conclusion: To acquire most reliable glycemic control, The efficacy of Antidiabetic drug changed into simplest 40% Satisfactory. Hence intensification of modern-day drug remedy in addition to making plans more than one drug remedy with changed way of life justify closer to a hit oral anti diabetic therapy.

Keywords: Diabetes, hyperglycemia, sulfonylurea, biguanide, metformin, teneligliptine, pioglitazone

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PANIGRAHI, A. K., RAY, B., & PATI, M. (2021). EVALUATION OF PRESCRIPTION PATTERN OF ANTI DIABETIC DRUG AT VIMSAR (A TERTIARY CARE, HOSPITAL), BURLA. Asian Journal of Advances in Medical Science, 3(1), 295–301. Retrieved from https://mbimph.com/index.php/AJOAIMS/article/view/2501


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