Describe the differences in the pharmacological management of type I and Type II diabetes

you selected on patients, including effects of drug treatmentsPost a brief explanation of the differences between the types of diabetes, mainly type 1, type 2.
Describe the differences in the pharmacological management of type I and Type II diabetes, as a short paragraph.
Mention the classes of drugs used in type II diabetes management as a short paragraph.
Describe one type of drug used (that are presently well used) to treat the type of diabetes you selected (either from type I and type II), including proper preparation and administration of this drug.
Discussion should include advanced pharmacokinetics & pharmacodynamics of the agent you have selected.
Peer discussions also should include scholarly references. No patient based, trivial or old references.
Peer discussions should have focus on pharmacological details of drugs of relevance.
Be sure to include dietary considerations related to treatment. Then, explain the short-term and long-term impact of this type of diabetes on patients. including effects of drug treatments. Be specific and provide examples.
Peer replies should be in-depth discussion, in focus, at advanced pharmacology of diabetes.
I need to see the discussions done well at the highest prescription clinician levels addressing kinetics & dynamics of drugs of relevance.
Newer Diabetes agents: JFYI (try to include them in your discussion, you could score bonus points!)
Dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitors (DPP-IV inhibitors): They are called gliptins. MOA: Gliptins stops DPP-4 enzyme from degrading incretin hormone
Sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 inhibitors (SGLT2): They are gliflozins. MOA: drugs block SGLT2 transporter so reuptake of glucose from renal tubules is inhibited.
Amylin analogue injectable: The human amylin analogue is pramlintide. Amylin is located with insulin and is co-secreted with insulin from insulin secretary granules.
Glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists (GLP-1 agonists) injectable: They are -glutides and -natides. Drugs release more insulin when your glucose level is high. Drug can also slow down glucose absorption.
Semaglutide is now available for ORAL use.

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