Wedica 100mg 16 Tablet, Beacon


Wedica 100mg 16 Tablet, Beacon


Tablets per strip: 16; Manufacturer: Beacon


Composition Trelagliptin 100mg
Alternatives Trelagliptin 100mg
Main Use Type 2 diabetes mellitus
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Indicated for Type 2 diabetes mellitus, When the first line treatment of Metformin is not achieving the expected Glycemic goals.
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Hypoglycemia, nasopharyngitis, and elevated lipase.
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This medication is to be taken once weekly, and on the same day every week.
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By inhibiting the activity of dipeptidyl peptidase 4 Trelagliptin inactivates glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP-1) from secretion from the intestines to the blood via stimulation from oral intake of food, increases GLP-1 blood concentration and promotes blood glucose concentration-dependent insulin secretion from the pancreas. Glucagon is a peptide hormone, produced by alpha cells of the pancreas. It works to raise the concentration of glucose in the bloodstream. Incretins are a group of metabolic hormones that stimulate a decrease in blood glucose levels. They also inhibit glucagon release from the alpha cells of the islets of Langerhans. DPP-4 plays a major role in glucose metabolism. It is responsible for the degradation of incretins and increase blood glucose level.

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98.4 Pharmacy advice for Wedica 100mg 16 Tablets, Beacon

  • This drug may cause hypoglycemia when used in combination with other diabetes medications, so thoroughly explain and caution the patient of such risks of hyoglycemia when combining with other medications. There is an increased risk of hypoglycemia particularly when combined with sulfonylurea drugs and insulin medications. Consider reducing the dose of sulfonylurea drugs or insulin medication when used in combination with these drugs in order to lessen the risk of hypoglycemia.
  • This drug is to be taken orally once per week. Effects may persist even after dosage is ceased, so take sufficient notice of blood sugar values and side effects. Moreover, evaluate the starting period and dose based on the state of blood sugar management when using other diabetes medications after cessation of this medication.
  • Only consider application for patients with established diagnosis of diabetes mellitus. Pay attention to conditions that show abnormal sugar resistance, glucosurea, and other symptoms resembling diabetes (renal glucosuriea, thyroid function abnormality, etc.)
  • Application of this drug should only be considered once diet- and exercise-based diabetes treatments have already been implemented with unsatisfactory results.
  • During administration of this drug, progress should be sufficiently observed along with quantitative blood sugar measurements. If no results are seen after 2 to 3 months of treatment, consider changing to a more appropriate treatment method.
  • During dosage maintenance, the medication may no longer become necessary, or the effects of the drug may diminish due to complications with poor nutrition or infectious disease. In such cases, evaluate continuation of normal does, medication selection, etc. upon consideration of dietary volume, blood sugar levels, and presence of infectious symptoms.
  • Warn patients that work in high places, operate machinery, etc., as low blood sugar can occur.
  • Clinical results and safety regarding combination with insulin medication has not been investigated.
  • This drug and GLP-1 receptor agonists both possess the ability to lower blood sugar and assist GLP-1 receptor agonists.There are no clinical study results regarding the combination of these medications, and neither the efficacy nor the safety can be confirmed.

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Special precautions for Wedica 100mg 16 Tablets, Beacon

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Patients consuming alcohol must take with caution.
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No significant interactions found.
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No significant interactions found.
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No significant interactions found.
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For patients with moderate kidney function disease, the blood level have to be monitored.
For patients with moderate liver disease, the blood level have to be monitored.

98.4 Pharmacy’s Suggestion on missing a dose of Wedica 100mg 16 Tablets, Beacon?

If patient forgets to take medication as scheduled, only take the quantity intended for the time in which the forgotten dose was realized, and then continue dosage according to a newly decided schedule afterwards.


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Additional information

Weight 0.033 kg
Dimensions 0.12 × 0.08 × 0.025 m