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Re: Re[IP] Coming down from high and Lispro

About the using insulin within a certain time usually 30 days is Just what
the FDA strongly recommends and that is what is required by them for the
medical institutions in the US..

Brian Carter
ICQ # 27217438
-----Original Message-----
From: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
To: Bcarter <Bcarter>
Date: Wednesday, January 06, 1999 7:54 AM
Subject: Re[IP] Coming down from high and Lispro

>Now Bob, that is really weird!  You mean just popping off  the cap of a new
>bottle makes it degrade faster?  How does the insulin know?  Or is it
>sticking a sterile needle into the rubber?   I think maybe that that
>pharmacist might have been doing some experimenting with some of the stuff
>on his shelves prior to talking with you *S*.  Or maybe he was having a
><<<<<<<From: Bob Burnett <email @ redacted>
>During one of my conversations with Eli Lilly's pharmacists, I was told
>that Lispro (Humalog) has a shelf life of X days at a particular
>temperature if *unopened*, and a different (albeit slightly different)
>shelf life at the same temperature if *opened*. As I recall, further
>mention was made of a higher temperature tolerance / longer shelf life if
>the insulin was unopened, compared to an open bottle. (probably saying the
>same thing in two different ways).
>I simply noted it in my list of things to think about if control gets
>Bob Burnett>>>>>>>>>>>
>Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.insulin-pumpers.org/

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