Starlix is a brand name of an antidiabetic medication called otherwise Nateglinide. It is used as an addition to the main therapy or as a single drug to lower the blood sugar level in diabetes type II. It must not be combined with insulin-production inducing medications though but can be combined with Metformin. The pills should not be taken by children, pregnant women, and elderly patients. To find out how to use the pills refer to the detailed description of the preparation provided below.
Brand name: Starlix
Generic name: Nateglinide
Indications: Monotherapy of diabetes type II, Combination therapy of diabetes type II
Benefits: The medication stimulates the production of insulin by the pancreas and lowers the blood sugar level after meal when taken before meal
Analogs: Fastic, SDZ-DJN 608, Starsis