Common diabetes medications can also prevent kidney stones
New York: Research has shown that ampicillin, a drug commonly used in type 2 diabetes, can prevent kidney stones from forming. We know that the process of developing gallstones in diabetes can increase dramatically.
The drug, also called gardians, is said to protect heart and kidneys in patients with type 2 diabetes and is used to treat diabetes, according to the annual Endocrine Society event in the United States. The reason is that it is also a SGLT2 inhibitor.
On the plus side, it eliminates unhealthy sugary foods from one’s diet. But it should be noted that this medicine cannot be taken without the permission of a doctor.
In this regard, data of more than 15000 patients suffering from type 2 diabetes has been collected. In this regard, 20 different studies have been analyzed. Experimentally, 10177 patients were given Ampagy Fluzin while 4904 patients were given Play Cebu or fake medicine.
The survey lasted for 18 months when both groups followed their own medication. Finally, it was found that patients with type 2 regular use of Ampagie Fluzin had a 40% lower risk of developing kidney stones, a significant difference.
Yale University scientist Priyadarshini Bala Subramaniam and his colleagues conducted the study. According to him, although it is important to know the scientific reason for the efficacy of Ampagie Fluzin, the evidence is that this drug prevents the formation of stones in diabetic patients, which would otherwise be much higher than type 2 diabetes.