Diabetic Insulin

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d14racer24
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115008
Filename:
Diabetic Insulin
Updated:
2011-11-06 20:38:40
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Diabetes Insulin long acting short fast NPH intermediate
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Insulin for Diabetics
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  1. Humalog (lispro)
    • Fast Acting
    • Onset 5-15 min
    • Peak 30-90 min
    • Duration 5 hrs
  2. Novolog (aspart)
    • Fast Acting
    • Onset 10-20 min
    • Peak 30-90 min
    • Duration 3-5 hrs
  3. Apidra (glulisine)
    • Fast Acting
    • Onset 5-15 min
    • Peak 30-90 min
    • Duration 5 hrs
  4. Humulin R
    • Short Acting
    • Onset 30 min
    • Peak 2-4 hrs
    • Duration 5-7 hrs - Some say 6-12 hrs
  5. Novolin R
    • Short Acting
    • Onset 30 min
    • Peak 2-4 hrs
    • Duration 5-7 hrs - Some say 6-12 hrs
  6. Humulin N
    • Intermediate Acting (NPH)
    • Onset 2 hrs
    • Peak - 4-10 hrs
    • Duration 16 hrs
  7. Novolin N
    • Intermediate Acting (NPH)
    • Onset 90 min
    • Peak 4-12 hrs
    • Duration 24 hrs
  8. Lantus (glargine)
    • Long Acting
    • Onset 2-4 hrs
    • Peak - No Peak
    • Duration 24 hrs
  9. Lememir (detemir)
    • Long Acting
    • Onset 2-4 hrs
    • Peak - No Peak
    • Duration 24 hrs
  10. Humulin 70/30 (70% NPH, 30% Reg)
    • Pre-Mixed
    • Onset 30 min
    • Peak 2-12 hrs
    • Duration 14-24 hrs

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