MedSelfEd Patient Education: Care Task Slide 24 of 29 - Types of Insulin and Their Uses
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Sunday, May 24, 2020


Unlike other long-acting insulins, Glargine insulin is:
  • a clear solution of insulin.
  • It begins to work around 1 hour after injection.
  • There is no pronounced peak.
  • Small amounts of Glargine insulin are released slowly to provide a relatively constant amount of insulin in the body over 24 hours.
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