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Glitaquinone tablets are mainly used for type 2 diabetes (non-insulin-dependent diabetes).

Oral administration should be taken half an hour before meals. The general daily dose is 15-120mg, and the dose can be adjusted appropriately according to individual conditions and medical advice. Usually, those with a daily dose of less than 30 mg can take it once before breakfast, and larger doses should be divided into 3 times and taken before meals. The initial treatment dose should be 15-30 mg, and the dose should be gradually increased according to the blood sugar condition, with each increase of 15-30 mg. If you are already taking other sulfonylurea drugs and switch to this product, you can start with the same amount and gradually increase the amount according to the above amount. The maximum daily dose generally does not exceed 180 mg.

Adverse reactions:
A very small number of people have reported skin allergic reactions, gastrointestinal reactions, mild hypoglycemic reactions and changes in the blood system. If hypoglycemia occurs, it can usually be corrected by eating sugar, candy or sweet drinks. If it still doesn’t work, you should seek medical treatment immediately. In a few severe cases, intravenous glucose can be given. Gastrointestinal reactions are generally temporary and disappear as treatment continues. Once there is a skin allergic reaction, this product should be discontinued.

Drug contraindications:
Contraindicated during lactation. Contraindicated during pregnancy. Contraindicated if allergic to this product.


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