Active ingredient: insulin lispro. Inactive ingredients: glycerin, dibasic sodium phosphate, metacresol, zinc oxide (zinc ion), trace amounts of phenol and water for injection. skissime@Yahoo.com
No, humalog is quick-acting insulin that tends to finish its job after about two hours.
No it's not! It is clear. If it is cloudy discard it straight away.
anthem blue cross cover lantus insulin and Humalog insulin for type 1 diabetics
Generally 1000 units. This goes for humalog and lantus.
the insulins available are...... Monotard, Glargin and Humalog
Rapid acting, Novolog/Humalog/Apidra
I am a diabetic type 2 sufferer for over 40 years. My estimate of a fatal dose for someone like me, who has a certain resistance to insulin would be about 300 units of Humalog. Problem is, how do I prevent going hypoglycaemic before I finish injecting up to 3 pens of Humalog?(300 units).
Insulin comes in short-acting, long-acting and mixed formulations. Humalog is a rapid-acting insulin meant to cover a meal being eaten. Lantus is a long-acting insulin intended to provide coverage throughout the day.
He is on the Omnipod and checks his blood sugar with the Contour Meter from Bayer. In a article it says the insulin he takes is either Novolog or Humalog
do you administer humalog 5 to 10 minutes prior to meal
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