Brand Name: Surone XR 30, 60
Compositions: Gliclazide Sustained Release Tablets 30, 60 mg
Gliclazide Sustained-Release Tablets come under the branding Surone XR 30, 60. It refers to the group of drugs called “oral hypoglycemic” that is used to prevent type 2 Mellitus when diet and exercise alone can not control blood sugar levels. type 2 diabetes is a lifelong chronic condition that affects the way the human body processes glucose. People with type 2 diabetes either do not produce enough insulin, or the insulin produced is unable to perform its function in the human body.
Gliclazide Sustained-Release Tablets contain gliclazide which is used to increase the amount of insulin released by the pancreas. It stimulates insulin secretion from the pancreas and reduces blood sugar levels. It treats the blood glucose level from increasing to very high levels, thereby, keeping your blood sugar level under control.
Medical Benefits of Gliclazide Sustained-Release Tablets
- Managing diabetes and achieving good control of blood sugar levels.
- Decreases raised blood sugar levels by stimulating insulin
- preventing the blood glucose level from rising to very high levels
- It keeps your blood sugar level under control.
- prevents serious complications of diabetes like retinopathy, nephropathy, neuropathy, diabetic foot ulcer, and delayed wound healing.
- Shows optimum effects when taken along with healthy lifestyle changes like weight loss, a healthy diet, and regular exercise.
Direction For Use
- Your doctor will advise how usually you take tablets based on your medical condition.
- It should be swallowed whole with a glass of water.
- Do not break, chew or crush it.
- keep all medication out of reach of children
- Store in Cool Place
- Store in Dry Place
- Away from sunlight
Side Effects of Gliclazide Sustained-Release Tablets
- Stomach ache or indigestion
- Feeling sick (nausea)
- Being sick (vomiting)
- This medication should not be taken if you are breastfeeding.
- Not advised to drink alcohol while using this medication.
- Do not drive or operate machinery.
- If you have a liver impairment or any concerns consult your, doctor
- Consult your doctor, if you have kidney impairment or any concerns.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can Gliclazide Sustained-Release Tablets Cause Indigestion?
Yes, this medicine can cause indigestion. Eat a well-balanced proper diet and drink plenty of fluids to avoid this issue.
Can this composition cause stomach upset?
Yes, this medication can cause stomach upset if taken empty stomach, so it is essential to take it with a meal.