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Diabetes Complications

There are multiple types of Diabetes Complications. Learn about medications used to treat, prevent, diagnose Diabetes Complications.

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There are 28 Medications that may be used to treat diabetes complications.

There are 10 Medications that may help prevent diabetes complications (NIH).

There are 9 Medications that should be avoided if you have diabetes complications. If you have diabetes complications and are taking one of these medications, speak to your healthcare professional.

Medications that are taken in attempt to prevent Diabetes Complications


There are 10 Medications that may help prevent diabetes complications (NIH).

benazepril

Benazepril is classified as an Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor. Benazepril, which is in the more commonly known brands Lotensin, Lotensin HCT and Lotrel, may be used to prevent Diabetes Complications.

Captopril

Captopril is classified as an Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor. Captopril is more commonly known as the brand Capoten.

Enalapril

Enalapril is classified as an Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor. Enalapril, which is in the more commonly known brands Epaned, Vaseretic and Vasotec, may be used to prevent Diabetes Complications.

Fosinopril

Fosinopril is classified as an Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor. Fosinopril is more commonly known as the brand Monopril.

Lisinopril

Lisinopril is included in 5 brands sold in the US including Prinivil, Prinzide and Qbrelis.

moexipril

Moexipril, commonly known by the brand names Uniretic and Univasc, may be used to prevent Diabetes Complications.

Perindopril

Perindopril is classified as an Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor. Perindopril, commonly known by the brand names Aceon and Prestalia, may be used to prevent Diabetes Complications.

quinapril

Quinapril is classified as an Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor. Quinapril, commonly known by the brand names Accupril and Accuretic, may be used to prevent Diabetes Complications.

Ramipril

Ramipril is classified as an Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor. Ramipril is more commonly known as the brand Altace.

trandolapril

Trandolapril is classified as an Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor. Trandolapril, commonly known by the brand names Mavik and Tarka, may be used to prevent Diabetes Complications.

Medications that may be used to treat Diabetes Complications


There are 28 Medications that may be used to treat diabetes complications.

benazepril

Benazepril is classified as an Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor. Benazepril, an ingredient in the more commonly known brands Lotensin, Lotensin HCT and Lotrel, may be used to treat Diabetes Complications.

candesartan

Candesartan is classified as an Angiotensin 2 Receptor Blocker. Candesartan, more commonly known as the brands Atacand and Atacand HCT, may be used to treat Diabetes Complications.

Capsaicin

Capsaicin is included in 45 brands sold in the US including Arth-RX, Arthricare for Women Moisturizing and Arthricare for Women Ultra Strength

Captopril

Captopril is classified as an Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor. Captopril is more commonly known as the brand Capoten.

Citalopram

Citalopram is classified as a Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor. Citalopram is more commonly known as the brand Celexa.

Cobalamins

Enalapril

Enalapril is classified as an Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor. Enalapril, an ingredient in the more commonly known brands Epaned, Vaseretic and Vasotec, may be used to treat Diabetes Complications.

eprosartan

Eprosartan is classified as an Angiotensin 2 Receptor Blocker. Eprosartan, more commonly known as the brands Teveten and Teveten HCT, may be used to treat Diabetes Complications.

Fosinopril

Fosinopril is classified as an Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor. Fosinopril is more commonly known as the brand Monopril.

Hydroxocobalamin

Hydroxocobalamin is classified as an Antidote. Hydroxocobalamin is more commonly known as the brand Cyanokit.

Medications that should be avoided if you have Diabetes Complications


There are 9 Medications that should be avoided if you have diabetes complications. If you have diabetes complications and are taking one of these medications, speak to your healthcare professional.

Acarbose

Acarbose is classified as an alpha-Glucosidase Inhibitor. Acarbose is more commonly known as the brand Precose.

Amiloride

Amiloride is classified as a Potassium-sparing Diuretic. Amiloride is more commonly known as the brand Midamor.

exenatide

Exenatide is classified as a GLP-1 Receptor Agonist. Exenatide, known by the brand names Bydureon and Byetta, should be avoided or used under the guidance of a physician for individuals with Diabetes Complications.

glimepiride

Glimepiride is classified as a Sulfonylurea. Glimepiride, which is in the more commonly known brands Amaryl, Avandaryl and Duetact, should be avoided or used under the guidance of a physician for individuals with Diabetes Complications.

Glyburide

Glyburide is classified as a Sulfonylurea. Glyburide, which is in the more commonly known brands Diabeta, Glucovance and Glynase, should be avoided or used under the guidance of a physician for individuals with Diabetes Complications.

miglitol

Miglitol is classified as an alpha-Glucosidase Inhibitor. Miglitol is more commonly known as the brand Glyset.

nateglinide

Nateglinide is classified as a Glinide. Nateglinide is more commonly known as the brand Starlix.

repaglinide

Repaglinide is classified as a Glinide. Repaglinide, known by the brand names PrandiMet and Prandin, should be avoided or used under the guidance of a physician for individuals with Diabetes Complications.

sitagliptin

Sitagliptin is classified as a Dipeptidyl Peptidase 4 Inhibitor. Sitagliptin, which is in the more commonly known brands Janumet, Januvia and Juvisync, should be avoided or used under the guidance of a physician for individuals with Diabetes Complications.