Hypoglycemia due to nateglinide administration in diabetic patient with chronic renal failure.


A 56-year-old woman with diabetic triopathy, rheumatoid arthritis and chronic renal failure was admitted for severe hypoglycemic coma. Arthralgia had been deteriorating for 6 months. Therefore, 5 mg of prednisolone was administered. Postprandial blood glucose (PPG), however, elevated from 260 to 290 mg/dl, although fasting blood glucose (FBG) levels ranged… (More)


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