Zafatek: a new generation of diabetes medicine
Zafatek: the mechanism of action.
Zafatek is an innovative medicine developed in Japan. It is enough to take it only once a week, without missing an appointment. This will allow you to deal with the symptoms of type 2 diabetes successfully. Such kind of medicine simply did not exist before. The substances Omarygliptin and Trelagliptin (on the basis of which Marizev medicine acts) were approved for use in Japan only in 2015. Permission was given after long clinical trials that gave positive results in all areas and with almost all samples. At the same time, the manufacturing company hastened to announce that it does not plan to enter foreign markets, since it wants to study the product in more detail in the domestic market. As a result, Zafatek is available for use only in Japan. Takeda Pharmaceutical Corporation conducted more than 20 scientific studies of this drug before the start of sales (available in Japanese only).
The mechanism of action of Zafatek is multilevel. This medicine inhibits DPP-4, the enzyme degradation of incretin hormones. Hormones maintain a constant level of glucose in the blood by stimulating insulin secretion when the level of glucose in the blood is elevated. Thus, Zafatek improves blood glucose control. The effect is long and stable, lasts for one week from the moment of taking the medicine.
Recommended dosage of Zafatek medicine
Children should not take Zafatek, and adults should take one tablet (100 mg of trelagliptin) at a time, once a week, on a specific day of the week and I specific hour. Frequency and strict observance in all time are required. If for any reason you missed taking Zafatek pills at the specific time, take the missed dose as soon as possible. After that, you should continue to receive it in accordance with its usual schedule. Under no circumstances take a double dose to replenish the missed dose. This can be dangerous - in the case of Zafatek, you should never take two doses at the same time, or take small breaks between standard prescribed doses.
Precautions when using Zafatek
Remember that Zafatek is a serious medicine, with a deep and long-lasting effect, as well as a multifaceted influence on the entire human body. Observe the following precautions when taking Zafatek from Japan:
- Medicine may cause hypoglycemia (excessive lowering of blood sugar).
- Zafatek should be used with great caution when managing dangerous machinery, working at height and driving vehicles.
- If you experience symptoms of hypoglycemia, take an adequate amount of sugar (for example, regular sugar, glucose, a sweet drink, etc.).
- This drug is intended for the treatment of type 2 diabetes.
- Treatment for the first type is possible, but requires consultation with a physician.
- At the same time, put insulin injections and take Zafatek is strictly prohibited.
Follow the precautions and basic guidelines, and Zafatek will provide you with effective and stable treatment for type 2 diabetes with regular and systematic use.