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  • Diabetes: Type I, Type II, LADA, MODY…
    Type 2 diabetes is not intolerance to an insulin that does not work well, but rather insulin resistance *which is why diet and lifestyle changes work*. Decreased central weight, decreased inflammatory process, etc in turn decrease insulin resistance. The problem is at the receptor. The reason type II diabetics sometimes need insulin add that beta cells fatigue. The body does not recognize the issue is resistance, so continues to make insulin, continually upping demand on beta cells.

    Type I diabetics need both background basal insulin and short acting bolus insulin for meals and glucose correction. The only reason a type I wouldn't need basal insulin is when wearing a pump which delivers programmed minute mini boluses of fast acting insulin continuously – every 3 to 5 minutes, as well as user programmed boluses for food and corrections. LADA may initially only require long acting basal, and with MODY it depends in the type…
    Disappointing lecture

  • Loved this vid so much thanks 👊🏾🇬🇧🙌🏾👍🏾✊🏾🙌🏾✊🏾👍🏾🤓

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  • Great video! Thanks! Please include glycosurics if you can!

  • Thnk u really this vedio helps me alot

  • "Get in the zone" to get a PPAR. "It's all in the hips" think activate GLUT like your glutes, to get that glucose into the cell. I will never forget this now!!!

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  • you pharmacology lecture are horrible…… no wonder why im always telling my PA what drugs to prescribe…. (CPhT) here

  • nateglinide belongs to different group

  • i was a bit stuck at the PPAR Gamma part when studying, thanks for making it clear and simple

  • A very clear and accurate summary. Perhaps someone can explain to me how Sulfonylureas' mechanism of action is effective if increased intracellular K+ SHOULD inhibit Ca+2 from entering due to the electrical gradient?

  • could you please explain MOA of Linaglinptin (Gliptins)?

  • Very nice explanation especially the physiological aspects..

  • This really makes my reading make sense. Thank you for the overview.

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  • Your explanations of the drugs is  quite clear and straignt forward. and gives me a clear understanding of T2d oral meds.

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    Excellent discussion, easily understandable and very explicable. Thank you Sir

  • Thanks a lot 👍☺️

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  • Actually the GLP-1 agonists are very important in type 2 diabetes. Another very important class that you never mentioned are the meglitinides. Bromocriptine is another type 2 drug but it is rarely used in diabetes. However, the meglitinides and the GLP-1agonists are used commonly in type 2.

  • Not bad. But if you could update to include DPP4 inhibitors and SGLT-2 inhibitors that would be great!

  • Glitazones are really bad. Most docs I know hate to give these because of hepatotox and HF risks. The only circumstance to use them is in renal failure.

  • I know, the K channel block, depolarization, Ca++ influx is the story with sulfonylureas, and meglitinides, but electrochemically it makes no sense. If K+ (cation) is stuck inside, and this depolarizes the cell (increases positive charge inside, ya?), why would that trigger another cation (Ca++) to rush in? That would further depolarize the cell!!!! It's actually completely counterintuitive! I guess we can rote this, and we must, like so much other nonsense, but gee whiz! Why can't stuff actually make sense now and then?