Alpha-Glucosidase Inhibitors are a group of medications that help treat Diabetes Type 2.
- To help prevent digestion of starches and table sugars called carbohydrates.
- Carbohydrates are broken down into glucose
- Therefore – this medication decreases the amount of glucose in blood
- Is an oligosaccharide
- More difficult to absorbe
- Is a monosaccharide
- Rather good absorption
1.) Diabetes Mellitus Type II
- Can be used alone or with another medication
- Abdominal discomfort