Pravastin-paroxetine combo raises blood glucose levels in study

08/12/2011 | Drug Topics

Combining the drugs pravastatin and paroxetine significantly increased blood glucose levels by up to 48 mg/dL in patients with diabetes, experts reported in the Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics. The findings underscore the importance of carefully monitoring the effects of drugs on blood glucose metabolism, researchers said.

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