Insulin Analogs from 2000
- Is there a rule of thumb to follow when administering the Humalog? (13 Sep 2000)
- I once had to inject 22 units of insulin when my blood sugar was very high. It made me shiver and feel really faint. Did I take a dangerous dose? (13 Sep 2000)
- Can the use of Humalog cause feelings of excessive heat and dehydration and bring on asthma attacks? (21 Aug 2000)
- Is NovoRapid approved for use by children? (20 Jul 2000)
- I'm currently using Humalog and planning a pregnancy. How would you adjust if the Humalog peaks after 2 hours? (18 Jul 2000)
- I have a client using Humalog in her pump. She and her provider noted pitting atrophy at her infusion sites. (7 Jul 2000)
- We are not sure how much Humalog to give her if her sugar is over 200 after meals. (6 Jul 2000)
- What are your opinions and experiences about the insulin pump and using of Humalog in childhood? (22 Jun 2000)
- I am wondering if Humalog has to be taken with food. My nurse at school thinks it does. (15 Jun 2000)
- I am interested in the use of insulin -- specifically Humalog in children with diabetes. (7 May 2000)
- How long will it be before Humalog is available without a prescription? (5 Apr 2000)
- What do you consider to be a good A1c number -- prepregnancy? (15 Feb 2000)
- I am currently using the Novopen 3.0. Will Lispro cartridges work with my pen? (1 Jan 2000)
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