Use of aspirin in diabetic patient causes A. Hypoglycemia B. Hyperglycemia C.Ketoacidosis D.Alkalosis
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Aspirin and other salicylates are known to
reduce blood glucose in diabetic patients.
It enhances insulin secretion
Reference tripathi... there's a separate section on actions alone
But aspirin increases insulin sensitivity... In diabetics... So it shud cause hypoglycaemia right?
Can you please quote the reference because iam really perplexed about the prostaglandins and their effect on insulin. From what I haveread it says that prostaglandins inhibit insulin release and increase insulin clearance.aspirin has been listed in the drugs causing hypoglycemia in the diabetics.
Hyperglycemia... Cos pgs are insulin like in action...