Effect of vitamin B12 supplementation on glycemic control in poorly controlled hyperhomocysteinemic type 2 diabetic patients

@article{Keche2015EffectOV,
  title={Effect of vitamin B12 supplementation on glycemic control in poorly controlled hyperhomocysteinemic type 2 diabetic patients},
  author={Yogendra Keche and Radha Yegnanarayan and Shreepad M Bhat},
  journal={Bangladesh Journal of Pharmacology},
  year={2015},
  volume={11},
  pages={50-53}
}
This study was conducted to observe the effect of vitamin B 12 supplementation on glycemic control in poorly controlled hyperhomocysteinemic type 2 diabetic patients by measuring HbA1c levels at baseline and 4 weeks. Patient having serum homocysteine more than 15 µmol/L or vitamin B 12 less than 223 pg/mL were enrolled in this study. One group received methylcobalamin 500 µg daily with their usual anti-diabetic therapy and the other group received only suitable anti-diabetic drug therapy… 
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