NUR 112 - IGGY Med Surg I Ch 67 insulin.txt

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NUR 112 - IGGY Med Surg I Ch 67 insulin.txt
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2012-05-06 21:31:23
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  1. Which insulins are considered to have a rapid onset of action? (Select all that apply.)

    a. Novolin 70/30
    b. Glulisine
    c. Humulin N
    d. Aspart
    e. Lispro
    • b. Glulisine
    • d. Aspart
    • e. Lispro
  2. Insulin aspart
    Type, Brand, Onset, Peak, Duration
    • Type: Rapid-acting
    • Brand: Novolog
    • Onset: 0.25
    • Peak: 1-3
    • Duration: 3-5
  3. Insulin AAAA, insulin BBBB, and insulin CCCC have rapid onsets of action and should be given within DDDD minutes before mealtime when blood glucose is in the target range. If hyperglycemia or hypoglycemia is not present, these insulins can be given at any time from DDDD minutesbefore mealtime to just before eating or even immediately after eating.
    • a. lispro
    • b. aspart
    • c. glulisine
    • d. 10
  4. Human lispro injection
    Type, Brand, Onset, Peak, Duration
    • Type: Rapid-acting
    • Brand: Humalog
    • Onset: 0.25
    • Peak: 0.5-1.5
    • Duration: 5
  5. Regular human insulin injection
    Type, Brand, Onset, Peak, Duration
    • Type: Short-acting
    • Brand: Humulin R (anything R)
    • Onset: 0.5
    • Peak: 2-4
    • Duration: 5-7
  6. Isophane Insulin NPH injection
    Type, Brand, Onset, Peak, Duration
    • Type: Intermediate-acting
    • Brand: Humulin N (anything N)
    • Onset: 1.5
    • Peak: 4-12
    • Duration: 16-24+
  7. Insulin glargine injection
    Type, Brand, Onset, Peak, Duration
    • Type: Long-acting
    • Brand: Lantus
    • Onset: 2-4
    • Peak: None
    • Duration: 24

    Never mix; Given at bedtime

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