Drug Interaction of Acose 50mg Tablet
Ethanol + Acarbose
More consumption of ethanol may alter the glycemic control and may produce disulfiram like reaction. It is contraindicated to use.
Pramlintide + Acarbose
A combination of Pramlintide and acarbose either increases the effect of others by pharmacodynamic synergism.
Aripiprazole + Acarbose
A combination of Aripiprazole and Acarbose may alter the blood glucose level. Kindly monitor the patient’s glucose level
Ciprofloxacin + Acarbose
Ciprofloxacin increases the effect of acarbose by pharmacodynamic synergism. Kindly monitor the patient’s glucose levels.
Digoxin + Acarbose
Acarbose decrease the effect of digoxin by an unspecified interaction mechanism. Kindly monitor the patient serum digoxin concentration closely.
Alcohol may affect the patient blood sugar level either by increasing or by decreasing it depends upon the amount you have consumed. Avoid drinking alcohol when you are having diabetes
The use of Acarbose tablet to the patient who is having cirrhosis is contraindicated.
Acarbose tablets get precipitated by the patient who is having a renal impairment. Acarbose tablet should be given cautiously to the patient who is having renal impairment
Use of Acarbose tablet to the patient who is having diabetic ketoacidosis is contraindicated.
The use of Acarbose inhibits the intestinal enzymes this is contraindicated to the patient who is having inflammatory bowel disease, colonic ulceration, intestinal obstruction.
The use of Acarbose may increase the liver enzyme serum transaminase level and also increase the risk of hyperbilirubinemia and jaundice. Closely monitor the patient liver enzyme level.