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prompt zinc suspension insulin
(Semilente)
Rapid-Acting
human insulin lispro
(Humalog)
Rapid-Acting
insulin aspart
(Novolog)
Rapid-Acting
regular insulin
(human)
Short acting
isophane insulin
(NPH)
(Iletin)
Intermediate acting
insulin zinc suspension
(Humulin L)
Intermediate acting
protamine zinc
(PZI)
Long-Acting
extended zinc suspension
(Ultralente)
Long-Acting
insulin glargine
(Lantus)
Long-Acting
prompt zinc suspension insulin (Semilente)
Onset
Peak
0.5 to 1 hour
2 to 3 hours
human insulin lispro
(Humalog)
Onset
Peak
0.5 to 1 hour
2 to 4 hours
insulin aspart
(Novolog)
Onset
Peak
5 to 15 minutes
0.75 to 1.5 hour

Give within 15 min of a meal.
Nursing implications for Lispro (2)
Lispro may be given intravenously.
Give within 15 min of a meal.
isophane insulin
(NPH)
(Iletin)
Onset
Peak
1 to 2 hours
6 to 12 hours
insulin zinc suspension
(Humulin L)
Onset
Peak
1 to 2 hours
6 to 12 hours
protamine zinc (PZI)
Onset
Peak
4 to 8 hours
14 to 20 hours

Not to be given IV.
extended zinc suspension
(Ultralente)
Onset
Peak
1.1 hours
5 hours
insulin glargine (Lantus)
Onset
Peak
1.1 hours
5 hours
regular insulin (human)
Onset
Peak
30 to 60 minutes
2 to 3 hours

Regular insulin may be given IV.