Skip to main content
Insulin Therapy: New Options
Practical Diabetology
  • Jennifer Elliott
  • Sara Wilson Reece, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Document Type
Publication Date

In 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 Information
Jennifer Elliott and Sara Wilson Reece. "Insulin Therapy: New Options" Practical Diabetology Vol. 34 Iss. 4 (2015) p. 15 - 17
Available at: