Insulin

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David58117
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Insulin
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2010-04-26 02:12:21
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Insulin Preparations: Time Course of Action
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  1. RAPID-ACTING
    • Appearance Onset Peak Duration
    • Insulin lispro (Humalog)
    • Clear
    • Onset: <15 minutes
    • Peak: 1-2 hrs
    • Duration: 3-4 hrs

    • Insulin aspart (NovoLog)
    • Clear
    • Onset: <15 minutes
    • Peak: 1-2 hrs
    • Duration: 3-4 hrs
  2. SHORT-ACTING
    • Regular insulin (Humulin R, Novolin R)
    • Clear
    • Onset: 30 min - 1 hr
    • Peak: 2-3 hrs
    • Duration: 3-6 hrs
  3. INTERMEDIATE-ACTING
    • NPH insulin
    • Cloudy
    • Onset: 2-4 hrs
    • Peak: 4-10 hrs
    • Duration: 10-16 hrs
  4. LONG-ACTING
    • Ultralente insulin
    • Cloudy
    • Onset: 4-8 hrs
    • Does not peak
    • Duration: 24-36 hrs

    • Insulin Glargine (Lantus)
    • Clear
    • Onset: 1-2 hrs
    • Does not peak
    • Duration: 20-24 hrs
  5. INHALED RAPID-ACTING, SHORT-ACTING
    • Insulin human rDNA orgin (Exubera)
    • Powder in blister packs
    • Peak: 30-90 mins
  6. Insulin lispro (Humalog)

    Insulin aspart (NovoLog)
    Rapid-Acting
  7. Regular insulin (Humulin R, Novolin R)
    Short-Acting
  8. NPH insulin
    Intermediate-Acting
  9. Ultralente insulin

    Insulin Glargine
    (Lantus)
    Long-Acting
  10. Insulin human rDNA
    origin (Exubera)
    Inhaled Rapid-Acting, Short-Acting
  11. What insulin type is Humalog (insulin lispro)?

    What is its appearance, onset, peak, and duration?
    Rapid-Acting

    Clear, <15 minutes, 1-2 hours, 3-4 hours
  12. What insulin type is NovoLog (insulin aspart)?

    What is its appearance, onset, peak, and duration?
    Rapid-Acting

    Clear, <15 minutes, 1-2 hours, 3-4 hours
  13. What insulin type is Humulin R, Novolin R(Regular insulin)?

    What is its appearance, onset, peak, and duration?
    Short-Acting

    Clear, 30 minutes - 1 hour, 2-3 hours, 3-6 hours
  14. What insulin type is NPH insulin?

    What is its appearance, onset, peak, and duration?
    Intermediate-Acting

    Cloudy, 2-4 hours, 4-10 hours, 10-16 hours
  15. What insulin type is Ultralene insulin?

    What is its appearance, onset, peak, and duration?
    Long-Acting

    Cloudy, 4-8 hours, does not peak, 24-36 hours
  16. What insulin type is Insulin Glargine?

    What is its appearance, onset, peak, and duration?
    Long-Acting

    Clear, 1-2 hours, Does not peak, 20-24 hours
  17. What insulin type is Exubra (Insulin human rDNA origin)?

    What is its appearance and peak?
    Inhaled Rapid-Acting, Short-Acting

    Powder in blister packs, 30-90 minutes

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