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Carnitine Deficiency

Carnitine Deficiency

Carnitine deficiency is a rare metabolic condition in which the body has low levels of the amino acid carnitine. Carnitine is important in energy production and is concentrated in tissues such as skeletal and cardiac muscle. 

A carnitine deficiency can lead to symptoms such as weakening of the muscles and low blood sugar. It may be treated with dietary changes and with supplements, such as metabolic agents for carnitine deficiency.


Drugs Used To Treat Carnitine Deficiency:

Metabolic Agents, Carnitine Deficiency
Commonly used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Commonly used to treat Carnitine Deficiency, Hyperammonemia.

Commonly used to treat Carnitine Deficiency.

Drugs Related to Carnitine Deficiency:

Metabolic Agents, Carnitine Deficiency
Commonly used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Commonly used to treat Carnitine Deficiency, Hyperammonemia.

Commonly used to treat Carnitine Deficiency.