Insulin Therapy: New OptionsPractical Diabetology
AbstractIn 1977, recombinant human insulin technology transformed insulin therapy. Rapid acting analogues and basal insulin analogues followed. Initially, all insulins were U-100 concentration—1 ml contains 100 units of insulin. This article outlines the newer additions to today’s insulin options, including U-500, U-300 and U-200 concentrations.
Citation InformationJennifer Elliott and Sara Wilson Reece. "Insulin Therapy: New Options" Practical Diabetology Vol. 34 Iss. 4 (2015) p. 15 - 17
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