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List The Steps For Mixing A Short Acting And Long Acting Insulin In The Same Syringe

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Mixing Insulins In One Syringe

Mixing insulins in one syringe its not hard to learn it just takes a little bit of practice . Once you go through the instructions to mix insulin in a syringe given below, you will find it is a very easy task Example of Dose The doctor ordered 10 units Humulin R insulin and 30 units Humulin N insulin subcutaneously, 30 minutes before breakfast. Since the doctor order, two different insulin preparations to be mixed in the same syringe and your stock is not premixed. They need to be mixed manually in one syringe. Mixing insulin requires extra steps that must be completed in a specific order. 10 units of clear [ R(Regular) insulin] + 30 units of cloudy [N(NPH) insulin] = 40 total units. [Total mixe dose] To administer dose use 50 unit of Lo-Dose syringe How would you prepare to administer this injection? Instructions: Gather all of the equipment you will need Wash your hands Check the expiration date on the vials of insulin. If they are not expired, pick up the cloudy bottle of insulin and roll it between your hands until it is mixed, until there is no powder on the bottom of the bottle. Do not shake the insulin bottle because this can cause air bubbles. Take the bottle of cotton ball Continue reading >>

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  1. wafabaloch

    What is the difference between white and milky insulin lnjection?

    What is the difference between white and milky insulin lnjection?

  2. DZ DzooBaby

    Clear white insulin is usually a short acting insulin and the milkier looking ones are usually a little longer acting. The clear is known as regular insulin and the milky is NPH. This is usually the case but not always. it depends on the names of your insulins.

  3. DZ DzooBaby

    If you draw them up in the same syringe, you always want to draw the clear first then the milky. You never want to contaminate the clear with the milky.

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