How to manage newly diagnosed diabetes

40 yr male with cold. RBS was done it was 511.. so other test done. History of chronic alcoholic and stress due to job loss. Management? Chief Complaints Came with cold and running nose since 1 day. History of weight loss from 95 kg to 78 kg Vitals BP 130/90 P 86 Spo2 99 Physical Examination Normal Diagnosis Type II DM

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There can be not than one correct answer I would prefer Tab. Metformin 500 mg one tablet three times a day Tablet Sitagliptin 100 mg one tablet daily Injection Glargine insulin 10 units once daily Tablet Atorvastatin 10 mg once daily at night time Monitor sugar daily and titrate dose of Glargine insulin based on blood sugar For Cold - Tablet Cetrizine 10 mg once daily at night time Tablet Montelukast 10 mg once daily

Its a high time to discuss and advice online. Better you consult Diabetologist / Endocrinologist at your nearest . Arrange at an an earliest.

? UNCONTROLLED DIABETES.. BSR..511 .. NEED'S.. HBA1C.. IF IT IS.. MORE THAN 9.. THEN.. LONG ACTING INSULIN IS USEFUL.. NEED'S.. OHA .. DIET PLAN.. REGULAR EXERCISE..

A case of Type2 DM BSR 511 mg/dl HBA1C 12.5,h/oWt loss Start S/c Novomix30 flexpen 18 unit BBF 10 unit befour dinner Tab GlyphageSR 1gm after lunch dose of insulin should be titrated according to BSF,PP,BD Tab Azithral 500 OD Yab Montek lc 1tab OD TabA-z gold1 tab daily

Uncontrollable DM Diabetic diet Inj insulin Diabetologist symptomatic Walking 40 minutes

Hypertriglyceridemia there is too much sugar in your blood

Tab. Tusfomrmin 2 BD. BBF, BD. Tab. Atorva 10mg. OD. Tab. Tab. Azithtomycin 250mg. BD . Tab. Montac lC HS. Cap. Rabicip DSR OD Inj. HAI 15units SC state. BSL TDS.

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