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Which insulins do you or your child use?

 
 

Vote for all that apply

 
 

Short acting insulins

 
     

Humalog

 
 

37%

 

446

 
     

NovoLog/Novorapid

 
 

3%

 

37

 
     

Regular/Actrapid/Velosulin

 
 

4%

 

54

 
 

Long acting insulins

 
     

NPH/Isophane/Insulatard

 
 

28%

 

342

 
     

Lente

 
 

3%

 

42

 
     

Ultralente

 
 

5%

 

63

 
     

Lantus

 
 

11%

 

140

 
 

Other

 
     

Premixed (70/30, etc.)

 
 

2%

 

29

 
     

Other insulin

 
 

2%

 

31

 
     

Don't use insulin

 
 

1%

 

16

 
 

Which insulins do you or your child use?

Poll dates: January 6 - 13, 2002
Total Votes: 1,200

Insulin users today have a great variety of products from which to choose. In the past few years, two fast-acting analogs (Humalog and NovoLog) and one long-acting analog (Lantus) have been introduced and have changed the way many people use insulin.

Compared with a similar poll we ran in March 2000, this poll shows a decline in the use of regular and NPH insulin, in favor of Humalog and NovoLog and Lantus. This table compares the results of this poll the previous poll:

Insulin20022000
Short acting insulins
  Humalog37%      35%      
  NovoLog3%--
  Regular4%12%
Long acting insulins
  NPH28%32%
  Lente3%4%
  Ultralente      5%7%
  Lantus11%--
Other
  Premixed2%5%
  Other insulin2%2%

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