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Q: Do you have a serious problem if you took a double dose of insulin?
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Regular insulin is quick acting and short acting. So the dose can be managed in better way. That is necessary in this serious condition.


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What is a new method of getting insulin?

A new method of getting insulin is an insulin inhaler. The inhaler gives you your needed dose but long term effects have not been tested.


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A Double Dose was created in 2004.


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Can regular insulin and nph be mixed together?

Yes, regular insulin (short-acting) and NPH insulin (intermediate-acting) can be mixed together in the same syringe. However, it is important to follow proper mixing techniques and dosage guidelines as instructed by your healthcare provider to ensure accurate dosing and effectiveness of the insulin.


A bolus insulin does it means some rapid insulin mixed with a lente one?

A bolus of insulin refers to the dose you take to cover food you've eaten with short acting insulin. As opposed to the basal dose, which is the dose you take once or twice a day (or if you're on a pump, the amount set to go in per hour) that is constant throughout the day. The bolus is usually carbohydrate based (ex. 1 unit per 10 grams of carbs) and so it varies.


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Does Dropping a syringe full of insulin ruin the syringe?

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