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Novolog (insulin Aspart) Dosing, Indications, Interactions, Adverse Effects, And More

100units/mL (3mL NovoLog FlexPen, FlexTouch, or Fiasp FlexTouch) Improvement of glycemic control in adults and children with diabetes mellitus May administer 0.2-0.6 unit/kg/day in divided doses; conservative doses of 0.2-0.4 unit/kg/day often recommended to reduce risk of hypoglycemia Total maintenance daily insulin requirement may vary; it is usually between 0.5 and 1 unit/kg/day; nonobese may require 0.4-0.6 unit/kg/day; obese may require 0.6-1.2 units/kg/day Diabetes inadequately controlled by diet, weight reduction, exercise, or oral medication 10 units/day SC (or 0.1-0.2 units/kg/day) in evening or divided q12hr of an intermediate (eg, NPH) or long-acting insulin at bedtime recommended; conversely, regular insulin or rapid-acting insulin (aspart insulin) before meals also recommended When used in a meal-related SC injection treatment regimen, 50-75% of total insulin requirements may be provided by an intermediate-acting or long-acting insulin; the remainder is divided and provided before or at mealtimes as a rapid-acting insulin, such as insulin aspart Because of insulin asparts comparatively rapid onset and short duration of glucose-lowering activity, some patients may requ Continue reading >>

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  1. Abdulsamie H. Alta'ee

    Dear Dr. Ali

    Glucophage or Metformin has a good effect of fasting blood glucose. Its mode of action is inhibition of gluconeogenasis, increase glucose uptake by tissues,and decease the absorption of carbohydrates in intestine. Its advantage is there is no possibility of hypoglycemia.




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  2. Larry A Distiller

    One of the problems with metformin usage is the dose response curve. There is a tendency to under dose with this drug, and the effect on FPG my then be minimal. This is well demonstrated in the attached graph from Graber et al American Med J 1997;103:491-497.

  3. Sidharta Chatterjee

    Actually, Metformin lowers fasting blood glucose without inducing hypoglycaemia. Metformin (Glucophage, Glycomet, ect.) supposedly do not lower fasting blood glucose to a great extent as insulin does, so the risk of fasting hypoglycaemia or lactic acidosis is minimal with its use (contrary to phenformin). Previously, it was assumed that Metformin do not affect lactate metabolism and so does not induce lactic acidosis, but in fact, it may cause minimal lactic acidosis1 which is however, not a great concern. Glycomet also stimulates peripheral uptake and utilization of glucose.
    Also, metformin strongly interacts with alcohol which can precipitate severe lactic acidosis if taken together. Nevertheless, its effect on controlling the Dawn phenomenon is debated although as a matter of fact metformin supresses hepatic gluconeogenesis (its primary mechanism of action).
    Ref: A simple analysis of metformin's actions are discussed at this site.
    http://www.pharmacologyweekly.com/articles/metformin-hypoglycemia-mechanism-diabetes

    1http://jasn.asnjournals.org/content/12/suppl_1/S15.full

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Fda Approves Levemir® Pregnancy Category Change For Women With Diabetes

Levemir® is the first and only basal insulin analog with pregnancy Category B classification ® (insulin detemir [rDNA origin] injection) for a pregnancy Category B classification, indicating that Levemir®, when used in pregnant women with diabetes, did not increase the risk of harm to the unborn baby. To view the multimedia assets associated with this release, please click: (Photo: ) The label update makes Levemir® the first and only basal insulin analog to have this classification. Until this decision, NPH (human insulin) was considered the standard of care for diabetes in pregnancy. Now, Novo Nordisk is the only company that offers a complete portfolio of insulin analogs with a pregnancy Category B classification. The FDA category change was based on a review of a large, randomized controlled trial examining Levemir® in pregnant women with type 1 diabetes. The study compared the safety and efficacy of Levemir® against NPH insulin in the treatment of 310 women. The study found that patients taking Levemir® had similar A1C reduction at gestational week 36 and lower fasting plasma glucose levels at gestational weeks 24 and 36 compared with NPH. Additionally, the study found n Continue reading >>

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    CVS Drops Lantus and Replaces it with a Biologic Insulin
    CVS Health has decided to change its formularyCVS Health logo for 2017 and stop covering Sanofi’s Lantus and Toujeo insulin in an effort to fight back against the high cost of the medications and will be replacing Lantus coverage with Eli Lilly’s follow-on biologic insulin Basaglar.
    Ok does anyone here take Biologic Insulin Basglar as its what i will have to change to as in 2017 i can not get my Lantus solo star pen at CVS...would love to hear the good the bad the ugly about this insulin....my other option would be Levemir ???? HELP please any info i saw the web page for Basaglar and it said it was for Drs only...akkkkkkk

  2. msdorenas

    I get my Lantus from CVS but it's through my United Health care coverage. They will still carry it right?

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    you need to contact your local CVS acording to the Bloomberg Article and the Newscast CVS now checks every month to see what the wholesale prices of the drugs they carry for 2016 they found the lantus to be overinflated prices like the epi pen and they will drop 35 different cancer meds and Lantus from their shelfs in 2017 its not so much who your health care provider is as who is your pharmacy and will they supply and fill that rx in 2017 the articles i am reading say they will replace Lantus with Biologic Insulin
    CVS Drops Lantus and Replaces it with a Biologic Insulin BASAGLAR i need to get my new dr in 2017 to switch me to Basaglar
    CVS Health has decided to change its formulary for 2017 and stop covering Sanofi’s Lantus and Toujeo insulin in an effort to fight back against the high cost of the medications and will be replacing Lantus coverage with Eli Lilly’s follow-on biologic insulin Basaglar.

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Insulin Aspart Use During Pregnancy | Drugs.com

Pregnancies complicated by hyperglycemia pose an increased risk of birth defects, pregnancy loss, or other adverse events. The estimated background risk of major birth defects in women with pre-gestational diabetes and a HbA1c less than 7% is 6% to 10% compared with 20% to 25% in women with a HbA1c greater than 10%. Compared to human insulin, insulin aspart has not been shown to have different adverse effects or effect the health of the fetus differently. Patients with diabetes or a history of gestational diabetes should maintain good metabolic control before conception and during pregnancy. During pregnancy, insulin requirements may decrease during the first trimester; increase during the second and third trimesters, and rapidly decline after delivery. AU TGA pregnancy category A: Drugs which have been taken by a large number of pregnant women and women of childbearing age without any proven increase in the frequency of malformations or other direct or indirect harmful effects on the fetus having been observed.US FDA pregnancy category B: Animal reproduction studies have failed to demonstrate a risk to the fetus and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant wo Continue reading >>

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    I would recommend the following glucometers as them have good reviews and more popular in India.

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