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  1. airbornemint

    In a human body, insulin is degraded within hours of being synthesized. This is OK because more is produced as needed.
    In a vial at room temperature, insulin slowly degrades; it takes a few weeks to degrade completely.
    If you keep your insulin at room temperature, you'd have to base your dose on how long it's been out. For example, if your insulin tool ~30 days to completely degrade, then your dosing would end up being roughly like this:
    Day 0: receive a refrigerated box of insulin vials and leave them on your kitchen counter
    Day 1: inject one vial in the evening

    Day 6: inject two vials to get the same effect

    Day 12: inject four vials to get the same effect

    Day 18: inject eight vials to get the same effect

    Day 24: inject sixteen vials to get the same effect

    Day 30: your insulin is basically useless (you'd have to inject over 30 vials to get the same effect as one vial on day 1).
    This is not going to work on many levels. First of all, it's expensive — if you were getting a new supply every month, you'd need to buy roughly 8-10 times more insulin to make up for the degradation.
    Second, you can't just inject 10+ times the normal dose; if you did that, you'd end up injecting 10 times as much fluid, which could lead to tissue damage. To get around that, you'd have to inject more times a day, which would cause people to miss doses more often, which would be a problem.
    And finally, the rate at which insulin degrades depends on the temperature. So it would degrade faster in the summer than in the winter, and so forth, which means that it would basically be impossible to dose it accurately.

  2. [deleted]

    Very cool! Thank you for the inisght!

  3. Yerok-The-Warrior

    Opened vials and pens can and should be stored at a CONTROLLED room temperature. You absolutely do NOT base your dose on how long the vial or pen has been out of the refrigerator. That could lead to overdose and hypoglycemia.

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Effect Of Metformin On The Development Of Diabetic Retinopathy | Iovs | Arvo Journals

ARVO Annual Meeting Abstract| June 2013 Effect of Metformin on the Development of Diabetic Retinopathy Ophthalmology, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI Ophthalmology, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI Ophthalmology, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI Ophthalmology, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI Ophthalmology, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI Ophthalmology, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI Commercial Relationships Christina Ryu, None; Metasebia Munie, None; Salma Noorulla, None; Paul Edwards, None; Xiaoxi Qiao, None; Hua Gao, None Effect of Metformin on the Development of Diabetic Retinopathy You will receive an email whenever this article is corrected, updated, or cited in the literature. You can manage this and all other alerts in My Account Christina Ryu, Metasebia Munie, Salma Noorulla, Paul Edwards, Xiaoxi Qiao, Hua Gao; Effect of Metformin on the Development of Diabetic Retinopathy. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2013;54(15):2449. ARVO (1962-2015); The Authors (2016-present) Purpose: Metformin is a widely used oral anti-hyperglycemic agent for type 2 diabetics. In vitro studies indicate that metformin inhibits proliferation and migration of vascular endothelium, and it has anti Continue reading >>

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  1. Jessy_RN

    Quote from FarainFlorida
    Can anyone answer this for me? I have a student who needs to carry some each day and there is no access to a fridge. Any links that would help to legitimze the answer of cool insulin. If you don't mind specifying what insulin you use.........
    When I was a pharmacy tech all insulin was kept in the fridge. When a rx was filled a notecard was placed in the baggy and we would pull it out and go grab the insulin from the fridge.
    Have you considered a lunch bag with ice packs to keep your insulin cool?
    Also, there are mini fridges very cheap that connect to your car lighter.

  2. truern

    Here are some tips on storing insulin:
    * For more comfortable injections, store your insulin at room temperature. Insulin may be stored at room temperature for up to a month.
    * Refrigerate insulin that you're not going to use within a month.
    * Do not freeze insulin.
    * Keep insulin out of direct sun light.
    * Never use expired insulin.
    * If your insulin is supposed to be clear, and it is cloudy, discard it.
    * If your insulin is supposed to be cloudy, but it also is clumpy or you're unable to mix it, discard it.
    Check out medlineplus.com, too.
    If the student keeps her insulin away from heat and sunlight, it should be okay.

  3. justjenny

    It was explained to me that keeping insulin in the fridge is "old school" thinking. At our current clinical site the insulin is NOT stored in the fridge and is considered "good" for 30 days this way.
    If your friend stores the insulin safetly for travel, it does not need to stay cool but that person MUST, MUST discard the bottle after 30 days no matter how $$$ it is. (assuming that there is any left....)
    HTH! Also, when in doubt.....just ask the pharmacist where the insulin is purchased....they are a wonderful (and often under-utilized) source!!!
    Jenny
    ADN Grad Dec 2005 (eight more weeks to go!!!):hatparty:

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Club Rides & Shimna Cx To Sunday 4th December

Please note the changes to this weeks rides over the weekend. The Shimna CX event will take place on Sunday and all members are asked to support the event. There will be a lot of preparation work taking place in Donard Park from early Saturday and the event will be on Sunday with Registration from 9.15am. If you havent already signed up to help please contact Mickey or Martina asap. We are also calling for members to provide some sandwiches, buns, snacks etc. to support our catering on the day. So Saturday and/or Sunday please help make it a great club event. Theclub rides are the backbone of Shimna Wheelers, there is a rideto suit all levels and abilities. Our main ethos is everyone gets looked after and no one gets left behind. Of course coffee and cake in various cafes throughout the county / country is also essential! New members are entitled to two rides before Cycling Ireland and Club Membership is required. If any member is interested in adding or taking a ride or has any suggestions on the rides please contact our club chairman. Continue reading >>

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  1. kmurali70

    alcohol and insulin

    I am type 1 diabetic diagnosed 10 years ago, I take insulin humalog and lantus regularly and my hba1c is 5.5
    I drink 6 cans of beer or 4 glasses of wine regularly and then have supper on all Saturday evenings, something which I am not able to stop.
    I don't take insulin during these days because of the warning that insulin should not be mixed with alcohol.
    I have seen some "bolus" on insulin after drinking alcohol.
    Can I also inject insulin on nights when I drink so much alcohol.
    Will I face any after-reaction.
    Please advise and let me know.
    Thanks

  2. poodlebone

    When you drink alcohol your liver devotes all of its attention to processing the alcohol. If your BG drops low your liver won't be able to spit out any glucose to help you. That could be very bad if your BG drops during the night and you don't wake up.
    It's always recommended that you eat food if you drink alcohol and it looks like you do that. I personally would not skip my insulin but I might take less just to be safe. It's better to run higher than risk a bad hypo.

  3. ovenphone

    i hope its mich ultra. there is a ton of carbs in most beers. no judgments, but that is a dangerous game your playing if you have to stop insulin as a t1. i occasionally drink 2 ultras with dinner out and have never had any issues. just check at 2 hours and 4 hours after. sometimes ill even splurge for a guiness with a very low carb meal. 6 is probably much harder to balance. any way you could split it up to 3 for breakfast and 3 for dinner? best of luck to you.

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