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Insulin Analogs from 2000

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

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