Sunday, June 25, 2023

Types of insulin.. Human insulin. Short-acting insulin. Intermediate acting insulin. Long-acting insulin. Insulin mixture



** When mixing insulin by the patient, should be withdrawn rapid-acting insulin or short-acting (net) first in the syringe and then later withdraw insulin medium-or long-acting (Aker), and so as not to cause insulin Aker in net deposits.

Now Q and Lin HumanHuman Insulin

Example

The beginning of the effect after injection

Peak effect after injection

Duration of effect after injection

Fast-acting insulin Rapid Acting

To AspreuLispro

HaumalogHumalog

10-15minutes

1 - 2hours

3 - 4hours

Short-acting insulin Short Acting

RagiularRegular 
Humeulen RHUmulin R

OkturabdActrapid 
Humeulen RHUmulin R

Half

2.5 hours

5 - 8hours

Intermediate acting insulin Intermediate Acting

NPH

InsulataradInsultard 
HumeulenHumulin N

1 - 3 hours

6 - 12hours

16 - 24hours

Lente

MnottardMonotard 
Humeulen ALHumulin L

2 - 4 hours

6 - 12hours

20 - 24hours

Long-acting insulin Long Acting

OlandlentUltrlente

Humeulen UHumulin U

4 - 6 hours

8 - 20hours

24 - 28hours

Very long-acting insulin Very Long Acting Insulins

Gelargen insulin 
Glargine Insulin

Lantz 
Lantus

Gives the amount of insulin continuously For a period of 24 hours as the basal level Basaland taken one injection per day

Insulin mixture Pre-Mixed Insulins

Insulin mixture by 70% Average effect 
With 30% short-acting

Mixtard 70/30 
Mixtard 70/30
 
Humeulen 70/30
 
Humulin 70/30

Half

2 - 12hours

16 - 24hours