Drug Interactions

POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS -four slides for Drug Interactions, Side
Effects, & Adverse Reactions for diabetic type 2–ORAL MEDICATIONS

with three references.


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Type 2 Diabetes
Drug Interactions

Insulin or Metformin

Interactions due to dietary supplements

Interaction due to other counter drugs

Interaction due to particular drinks and

Learning possible warning signs

Minimizing interactions

Type 2 Diabetes
Side Effects

Weight control, diet and physical activity

Metformin and Sulfonylurea

Nateglinide and Repaglinide

Dipeptidyly Peptidase 4 inhibitors and

Acarbose and Insulin injections

Exenatide and liraglutide

Type 2 Diabetes
Adverse Reactions

Damages to the blood vessels and nerves

Eye problems

Foot problems

Sexual dysfunction

Stillbirth and miscarriage

Damages to kidney


ADA American Diabetes Association.
(2011). The Official Pocket Guide to
Diabetic Exchanges: Choose Your
Foods. Alexandria, Virginia: American
Diabetes Association.

Becker, G. (2006). The First Year: Type 2
Diabetes: An Essential Guide for the
Newly Diagnosed . Cambridge,
Massachusetts: Da Capo Press.

Cont: References

Publications International Ltd. (2004). The
Diabetic Bible: Your All-in-One Guide
Living Well with Diabetes. New
Publications International, Ltd.