What is Januvia?
Januvia is a type of diabetes medication called a dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) enzyme inhibitor, which can increase the levels of active incretin. It helps diabetic patients (particularly those who suffer from type II diabetes) to control insulin levels and blood glucose levels. Januvia is available in dosage strengths of 25mg, 50mg, and 100mg. This drug is developed by the New Jersey-based Merck, one of the largest pharmaceutical corporations in the world. Januvia is a prescription medicine.
What is it used for?
Januvia is used to improve blood sugar control in patients who have type II diabetes mellitus. Part of a bigger treatment plan, Januvia is commonly used along with diet, exercise or other non-pharmacological interventions. Januvia is designed to treat type II diabetes (it is generally ineffective in treating diabetic ketoacidosis or type I diabetes). Due to the lack of evidence supporting the safety of Januvia in children, it should not be used in patients under 18 years of age. Using Januvia in patients who have previously had pancreatitis can potentially lead to the redevelopment of the disease.
Why use it?
Having antihyperglycemic properties, Januvia dramatically improves blood sugar control in those who have type II diabetes. Being approved by FDA, Januvia have undergone rigorous safety testing, and is clinically proven effective.Click to read more Click to read less
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