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Glibornuride - another oral hypoglycaemic agent

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Glibornuride (Glutril - Roche) was developed in the late ‘sixties and has just been marketed in Britain. Like glibenclamide (Daonil; Euglucon)1 and glipizide (Minodiab; Glibenese)2 it is a ‘second generation’ sulphonylurea which lowers blood glucose when given in smaller doses than earlier sulphonylureas.

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