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A result in one RCT comprising 206 patients aged 65 or older (mean baseline HgbA1c of %) receiving either 50 or 100 mg/d of Sitagliptin was shown to reduce HbA1c by % (combined result of both doses). [30] A combined result of 5 RCTs enlisting a total of 279 patients aged 65 or older (mean baseline HbA1c of 8%) receiving 5 mg/d of Saxagliptin was shown to reduce HbA1c by %. [31] A combined result of 5 RCTs enlisting a total of 238 patients aged 65 or older (mean baseline HbA1c of %) receiving 100 mg/d of Vildagliptin was shown to reduce HbA1c by %. [32] Another set of 6 combined RCTs involving Alogliptin (not yet approved, might be released in 2012) was shown to reduce HbA1c by % in 455 patients aged 65 or older who received or 25 mg/d of the medication. [33]

Another non-insulin injection for people with diabetes is exenatide ( Byetta ). This medication, originally derived from a compound found in the saliva of the Gila monster, triggers insulin release from the pancreas when blood glucose levels rise. Exenatide is meant to be used along with oral diabetes drugs. It is dosed twice daily and should be injected within an hour of the morning and evening meals. Recently, the FDA warned that exenatide may increase the risk of severe even fatal pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas) and that the drug should be discontinued and not restarted if signs and symptoms of pancreatitis develop (severe abdominal pain , for example). It is not for use in people with type 1 diabetes.

Suggested doses :
Large joints: 2 to 4 mg
Small joints: to 1 mg
Bursae: 2 to 4 mg
Tendon Sheaths: to 1 mg

Injections may be repeated from once every 3 to 5 days to once every 2 to 3 weeks

Comments:
-Dose will vary according to the degree of inflammation and the size and location of the affected site.
-Intrasynovial and soft tissue injections should be limited to 1 or 2 sites; frequent intra-articular injections may cause damage to joint tissue.

Use: As adjunctive therapy for an acute episode or exacerbation of synovitis of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, acute and subacute bursitis, acute gouty arthritis, epicondylitis, acute nonspecific tenosynovitis, and posttraumatic osteoarthritis.

Birth to 2 months: 6 mg/kg IV infusion every 12 hours
Duration of treatment: 6 months; however, most or all treatment should be accomplished with oral valganciclovir

Comments:
-IV ganciclovir therapy should be reserved for infants with symptomatic congenital CMV disease; therapy is not appropriate for infants with asymptomatic congenital CMV infection.
-IV therapy should be limited to infants unable to absorb oral therapy reliably from the gastrointestinal tract due to necrotizing enterocolitis or other bowel disorders; 6 mg/kg IV provides systemic ganciclovir exposure equivalent to that of 16/mg/kg oral valganciclovir .
-Significant neutropenia can occur; absolute neutrophil counts should be performed weekly for 6 weeks, then monthly starting at 8 weeks for the duration of antiviral therapy.
-For preterm infants with perinatally acquired CMV infection and symptomatic end-organ disease (pneumonitis, hepatitis, thrombocytopenia), it may be reasonable (although not specifically studied) to treat with IV ganciclovir for 2 weeks, reassess responsiveness to therapy, and if clinical benefit is realized, consider an additional 1 to 2 weeks more of therapy.
-Safety and efficacy of ganciclovir has not been established in pediatric patients; use should be considered off-label.

Use: For symptomatic congenital CMV disease.

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Birth to 2 months: 6 mg/kg IV infusion every 12 hours
Duration of treatment: 6 months; however, most or all treatment should be accomplished with oral valganciclovir

Comments:
-IV ganciclovir therapy should be reserved for infants with symptomatic congenital CMV disease; therapy is not appropriate for infants with asymptomatic congenital CMV infection.
-IV therapy should be limited to infants unable to absorb oral therapy reliably from the gastrointestinal tract due to necrotizing enterocolitis or other bowel disorders; 6 mg/kg IV provides systemic ganciclovir exposure equivalent to that of 16/mg/kg oral valganciclovir .
-Significant neutropenia can occur; absolute neutrophil counts should be performed weekly for 6 weeks, then monthly starting at 8 weeks for the duration of antiviral therapy.
-For preterm infants with perinatally acquired CMV infection and symptomatic end-organ disease (pneumonitis, hepatitis, thrombocytopenia), it may be reasonable (although not specifically studied) to treat with IV ganciclovir for 2 weeks, reassess responsiveness to therapy, and if clinical benefit is realized, consider an additional 1 to 2 weeks more of therapy.
-Safety and efficacy of ganciclovir has not been established in pediatric patients; use should be considered off-label.

Use: For symptomatic congenital CMV disease.

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