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Background. The purpose was to evaluate the efficiency of phytoextract Ferment S6 as a part of comprehensive therapy in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM). Materials and methods. Thirty patients with type 2 DM and dyslipidemia were under observation. Duration of type 2 DM was from 8 to 25 years, average age of patients — 39.5 ± 6.7 years. All patients received Ferment S6 phytoextract (one capsule after breakfast) in addition to combination treatment. Duration of follow-up was 3 months. Patients underwent laboratory and instrumental examination. Results. As a result of Ferment S6 phytoextract addition to the comprehensive DM therapy, there was a positive dynamics of somatic signs. The improvement of carbohydrate and lipid exchanges is marked, and also indexes of the functional state of the liver. The clinical safety of preparation was determined on the basis of subjective symptoms reported by patients (in the process of supervision — 2 visits during three months), objective data, and laboratory indexes in dynamics (at the beginning of research and on a final visit). The analysis of tolerability of the drug during comprehensive therapy showed that in 100 % of cases it was good. Conclusions. After treatment with inclusion of phytoextract Ferment S6, there was marked a decrease in subjective asthenic, somatic and vegetative disorders as a reduction in the degree of severity of headache, irritability, general weakness, improvement of quality of life. The most significant changes were: an increase in working capacity and tolerance to physical activity, which increased the adherence of patients to the observance of a lifestyle with type 2 DM. Phytoextract Ferment S6 is well tolerated by patients and does not cause side effects with prolonged use.
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