ERAPHAGE® is an oral antidiabetic agent different from the sulfonylurea class both chemically and even in terms of how it works. This drug is a substituted doubleuan substituted metformin (dimethylbiguanide) Hydrochloride B.P.


Calcitriol is an important active metabolite vitamin D3. Calcitriol is normally formed in kidney from its precursor 25-hydroxycholecalciferol (25-HCC). The normal formation is physiologically per day from 0.5 to 1.0 μg, in some cases it may be higher during periods of increased bone synthesis (eg on growth or pregnancy).


Glimepiride is an active substance of GLAMAROL® tablets that is lowering blood sugar levels and belonging to the sulfonylurea class. Glimepiride works by stimulating the release of insulin from ß-pancreatic cells. In principle, Glimepiride dose affects blood sugar levels. The administration of Glimepiride begins with a low dose until the desired metabolic control is obtained.