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Which Insulins are short duration and rapid acting?
- -Insulin lispro [Humalog]
- -Insulin aspart [Novalog]
Which Insulins are short duration and slower acting?
Regular Insulin [Humalin R, Novolin]
Which Insulin is intermediate Duration?
NPH insulin [Humalog N, Novolin N]
Which insulin is long duration?
Insulin glargine [lantus]
Name the onset, peak, and Duration to
Insulin aspart [Novolog].
- onset 10-20 minutes
- Peak 1-3 hours
- Duration 3-5 hours
Name the onset, peak, and Duration to Insulin lispro [Humalog].
- onset 15-30 minutes
- Peak 0.5 - 2.5 hours
- Duration 3-6.5 hours
Name the onset, peak, and Duration to Regular Insulin [Humalin R, Novolin R].
- onset 30-60 minutes
- Peak 1-5 hours
- Duration 6-10 hours
Name the onset, peak, and Duration to NPH Insulin [Humalin N, Novolin N].
- onset 60-120 minutes
- Peak 6-14 hours
- Duration 6-24 hours
Name the onset, peak, and Duration to Insulin glargine [Lantus].
- onset 70 minutes
- Peak none
- Duration 24 hours
Which insulin should NOT be mixed with other insulins?
Insulin gargine [Lantus]
How should unopened vials of insulin be stored?
How long can an open vial of insulin be kept at room temperature?
up to 1 month
What is the greatest concern in tight control of insulin therapy?
What is a major cause of insulin execess?
Hypogycemia activates what nerous system?
Sympathetic Nervous System
The following symptoms are an example of what?