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What are the names of intermediate insulin?
Humulin-R
Humulin-L
Novolin ge NPH
Rapig acting insulins: Humalog and NovoRapid, what are their onset, peak and duration?
Onset: 10-15min
Peak: 60-90min
Duration:4-5h
Tell all about long acting
insulin?
Humulin-U (cloudy)
Onset:3-4h
Peak:8-15h
Duration:22-26h
What is the name and the onset, and duration of the extended long-acting insulin?
Lantus, it's onset is 90min and the duration is 24h
What is premixed insulin?
It is a vial that contains a fixed ratio of insulin ( % of rapid or fastacting to the % of intermediate acting insulin)