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Re: [IP] The Abbreviations



Would someone like to volunteer to write an insulin FAQ.

Describe how it is made, how it acts, why it's needed, what all the 
various versions are, and who makes them.

Drop me a note if you are willing
Michael
> 
> Humulin R in the US is Humulin S in Britain. Confused? Me too. The same
> bottle of insulin is called Huminsulin in Germany.
> 
> The 3 that you mention translate as follows:
> 
> Actrapid = Regular
> Protophane = NPH (Neutral Protamine Hagedorn)
> Ultratard = Ultralente
> 
> That help?
> 
> John
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