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Re: [IP] New Fast Acting Insulin for Pump?



 Spiders is the only one I don't have an allergic skin reaction to. Ve never had
a problem with clogs, but I use a lot of insulin over the course of three days,
so hat may make a difference.

Stacey

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On Aug 31, 2012, at 5:24 PM, email @ redacted wrote:

> Bob - I live in the southwest (very hot here!) and use Novolog. I believe  
> it has a little higher high temp tolerance. For me, Apridra caused hives -  
> it has a buffer or something that didn't agree with me.
> 
> Shirley, dx age 5, 1954; Animas 1250 Oct. 2005; Animas PING Sept. 2010
> 
> On , "Tuerck, Bob" <email @ redacted> wrote:
>> I was forced to switch from Humalog in the last couple of months by my
> insurance company. I tried switching to Apidra but I kept getting clogs and  
> it
>> turns out they only recommend keeping two days worth of insulin in a pump  
>> (I
>> live in TX which could make it worse during the summer). I usually have  
>> three
> days of insulin in my pumps so I had LOTS of problems with Apidra.
>> I am now using Novolog and it seems to work fine (no clogs).
>> Regards,> > Bob Tuerck
> 
> 
>>> use Novo Rapid Insulin in the pump hence I am using Novo Rapid since  
>> then.
>> Just wanted to understand whether we have some better/upgrades or more
>>> refined> > insulin's available in the market which is better than Novo  
>> Rapid?
>>> Thanks,> > Rupesh
> .
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