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Insulin: how to refill the pen
 
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Tutorial on how to put a new dose of insulin in the injector pen.
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Lantus SoloStar ⚠️Warning⚠️Dont use SoloStar Pen for injection untill you watch this
 
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Discover dr kotb best recommendation as Insulin Cooler for Lantus SoloStar HERE =============https://amzn.to/2LydI90 Lantus Usage Follow the instructions given by your doctor about the type or types of insulin you are using. Do not make any changes with your insulin unless you have talked to your doctor. Your insulin needs may change because of illness, stress, other medicines, or changes in diet or activity level. Talk to your doctor about how to adjust your insulin dose. You may take Lantus at any time during the day but you must take it at the same time every day. Only use Lantus that is clear and colorless. If your Lantus is cloudy or slightly colored, return it to your pharmacy for a replacement. Follow your doctor's instructions for testing your blood sugar. Inject Lantus under your skin (subcutaneously) in your upper arm, abdomen (stomach area), or thigh (upper leg). Never inject it into a vein or muscle. Change (rotate) injection sites within the same body area. Lantus 10 mL vial (U-100): The syringe must be new and must not contain any other medicine. Do not mix Lantus with any other type of insulin. Follow these steps to draw insulin into syringe: 1. Wash your hands with soap and water or with alcohol. 2. Check the insulin to make sure it is clear and colorless. Do not use the insulin after the expiration date stamped on the label, if it is colored or cloudy, or if you see particles in the solution. 3. If you are using a new vial, remove the protective cap. Do not remove the stopper. 4. Wipe the top of the vial with an alcohol swab. You do not have to shake the vial of Lantus before use. 5. Use a new needle and a U-100 syringe every time you give an injection. Use disposable syringes and needles only once. Throw them away properly. Never share needles and syringes. 6. Draw air into the syringe equal to your insulin dose. Put the needle through the rubber top of the vial and push the plunger to inject the air into the vial. 7. Leave the syringe in the vial and turn both upside down. Hold the syringe and vial firmly in one hand. 8. Make sure the tip of the needle is in the insulin. With your free hand, pull the plunger to withdraw the correct dose into the syringe. 9. Before you take the needle out of the vial, check the syringe for air bubbles. If bubbles are in the syringe, hold the syringe straight up and tap the side of the syringe until the bubbles float to the top. Push the bubbles out with the plunger and draw insulin back in until you have the correct dose. 10. Remove the needle from the vial. Do not let the needle touch anything. You are now ready to inject. Inject Lantus under your skin. Take Lantus as prescribed by your doctor. Follow these steps to inject Lantus: Decide on an injection area - either upper arm, thigh or abdomen. Injection sites within an injection area must be different from one injection to the next. Use alcohol or soap and water to clean the injection site. The injection site should be dry before you inject. Pinch the skin. Stick the needle in the way your healthcare provider showed you. Release the skin. Slowly push in the plunger of the syringe all the way, making sure you have injected all the insulin. Leave the needle in the skin for about 10 seconds. Pull the needle straight out and gently press on the spot where you injected yourself for several seconds. Do not rub the area. Follow your healthcare providers instructions for throwing away the used needle and syringe. Do not recap the used needle. Used needle and syringe should be placed in sharps containers (such as red biohazard containers), hard plastic containers (such as detergent bottles), or metal containers (such as an empty coffee can). Such containers should be sealed and disposed of properly. Lantus SoloStar It is important to read, understand, and follow the step-by-step instructions before using SoloStar disposable insulin pen. Failure to follow the instructions may result in getting too much or too little insulin. Lantus Dosage Take Lantus exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Follow the directions on your prescription label carefully. The dose of Lantus must be individualized based on several factors including your medical conditions, other insulin doses you are receiving, other medicines you are taking, and how your body responds to Lantus. In people with type 1 diabetes, Lantus must be used along with a short-acting insulin. The recommended starting Lantus dose for people with type 2 diabetes is 10 units (U) once daily, if no other insulin is being used.
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How to use your Insulin Pen (UPDATED )
 
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This is a patient education video for patients who are prescribed an insulin pen. It provides important information so that patients can understand how to correctly administer insulin using an insulin pen
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Diabetics Struggle with Insulin Prescription Costs
 
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Todd Gray has lived with Type 2 diabetes for 20 years. He takes two types of insulin drugs, Lantus and Humalog, to help maintain his blood sugar levels. But purchasing his prescriptions has been a challenge for him this year. Gray's insurance deductible more than doubled this year and the cost of his insulin also increased. There are no generic forms of insulin.
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New Form Of Insulin Approved By FDA
 
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On Friday the Food and Drug Administration approved a product known as Fiasp, or faster acting insulin asparte, developed by Novo Nordisk. Designed to help diabetics control post-meal spikes in blood sugar, Fiasp is already approved in Canada and Europe, and will have the same list price as NovoLog. Fiasp is designed to work faster than existing insulin, such as NovoRapid or NovoLog, Eli Lilly and Co's Humalog. Last year the FDA declined to approve the product and requested additional information. Diabetes affects roughly 30 million people in the US - including 1.25 million people with type-1 - and for many individuals living with diabetes, injecting insulin is part of their daily routine. http://www.businessinsider.com/r-us-fda-approves-novo-nordisk-fast-acting-insulin-fiasp-2017-9 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Help Paying For Insulin- Prescription Assistance For Diabetics- Reviews
 
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Don't Ever Inject More Than 7 Units of Insulin...
 
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Get your diabetes under control today at http://smartdiabetic.net
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How To Calculate Insulin Doses
 
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Easy explanation of how to calculate your insulin doses, or boluses. Explains why we bolus and how to calculate the amount of insulin to take in each situation. This video is part of a blog post at: http://www.diydiabetic.com/blood-sugars/calculating-your-insulin-dose/ For more blogs and videos for practical ways to deal with Type 1 diabetes, go to http://www.diydiabetic.com
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How to do Day Supply for Lantus?
 
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made with ezvid, free download at http://ezvid.com Basic Day Supply Fundamentals for Lantus
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How to Inject Insulin With Lantus SoloSTAR Pen 😘 Easy and Fast😍
 
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Lantus Usage Follow the instructions given by your doctor about the type or types of insulin you are using. Do not make any changes with your insulin unless you have talked to your doctor. Your insulin needs may change because of illness, stress, other medicines, or changes in diet or activity level. Talk to your doctor about how to adjust your insulin dose. You may take Lantus at any time during the day but you must take it at the same time every day. Only use Lantus that is clear and colorless. If your Lantus is cloudy or slightly colored, return it to your pharmacy for a replacement. Follow your doctor's instructions for testing your blood sugar. Inject Lantus under your skin (subcutaneously) in your upper arm, abdomen (stomach area), or thigh (upper leg). Never inject it into a vein or muscle. Change (rotate) injection sites within the same body area. Lantus 10 mL vial (U-100): The syringe must be new and must not contain any other medicine. Do not mix Lantus with any other type of insulin. Follow these steps to draw insulin into syringe: 1. Wash your hands with soap and water or with alcohol. 2. Check the insulin to make sure it is clear and colorless. Do not use the insulin after the expiration date stamped on the label, if it is colored or cloudy, or if you see particles in the solution. 3. If you are using a new vial, remove the protective cap. Do not remove the stopper. 4. Wipe the top of the vial with an alcohol swab. You do not have to shake the vial of Lantus before use. 5. Use a new needle and a U-100 syringe every time you give an injection. Use disposable syringes and needles only once. Throw them away properly. Never share needles and syringes. 6. Draw air into the syringe equal to your insulin dose. Put the needle through the rubber top of the vial and push the plunger to inject the air into the vial. 7. Leave the syringe in the vial and turn both upside down. Hold the syringe and vial firmly in one hand. 8. Make sure the tip of the needle is in the insulin. With your free hand, pull the plunger to withdraw the correct dose into the syringe. 9. Before you take the needle out of the vial, check the syringe for air bubbles. If bubbles are in the syringe, hold the syringe straight up and tap the side of the syringe until the bubbles float to the top. Push the bubbles out with the plunger and draw insulin back in until you have the correct dose. 10. Remove the needle from the vial. Do not let the needle touch anything. You are now ready to inject. Inject Lantus under your skin. Take Lantus as prescribed by your doctor. Follow these steps to inject Lantus: Decide on an injection area - either upper arm, thigh or abdomen. Injection sites within an injection area must be different from one injection to the next. Use alcohol or soap and water to clean the injection site. The injection site should be dry before you inject. Pinch the skin. Stick the needle in the way your healthcare provider showed you. Release the skin. Slowly push in the plunger of the syringe all the way, making sure you have injected all the insulin. Leave the needle in the skin for about 10 seconds. Pull the needle straight out and gently press on the spot where you injected yourself for several seconds. Do not rub the area. Follow your healthcare providers instructions for throwing away the used needle and syringe. Do not recap the used needle. Used needle and syringe should be placed in sharps containers (such as red biohazard containers), hard plastic containers (such as detergent bottles), or metal containers (such as an empty coffee can). Such containers should be sealed and disposed of properly. Lantus SoloStar It is important to read, understand, and follow the step-by-step instructions before using SoloStar disposable insulin pen. Failure to follow the instructions may result in getting too much or too little insulin. Lantus Dosage Take Lantus exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Follow the directions on your prescription label carefully. The dose of Lantus must be individualized based on several factors including your medical conditions, other insulin doses you are receiving, other medicines you are taking, and how your body responds to Lantus. In people with type 1 diabetes, Lantus must be used along with a short-acting insulin. The recommended starting Lantus dose for people with type 2 diabetes is 10 units (U) once daily if no other insulin is being used.
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Humalog or Lantus - which is  better?
 
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BAYABO, Patricia - Insulin Glargine
 
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Beginning your Insulin Treatment - How to use Lantus SOLOSTAR Pen - Step by Step
 
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Discover dr kotb best recommendation as Insulin Cooler for Lantus SoloStar HERE =============https://amzn.to/2LydI90 How to use Lantus : Follow the instructions given by your doctor about the type or types of insulin you are using. Do not make any changes with your insulin unless you have talked to your doctor. Your insulin needs may change because of illness, stress, other medicines, or changes in diet or activity level. Talk to your doctor about how to adjust your insulin dose. You may take Lantus at any time during the day but you must take it at the same time every day. Only use Lantus that is clear and colorless. If your Lantus is cloudy or slightly colored, return it to your pharmacy for a replacement. Follow your doctor's instructions for testing your blood sugar. Inject Lantus under your skin (subcutaneously) in your upper arm, abdomen (stomach area), or thigh (upper leg). Never inject it into a vein or muscle. Change (rotate) injection sites within the same body area. Lantus 10 mL vial (U-100): The syringe must be new and must not contain any other medicine. Do not mix Lantus with any other type of insulin. Follow these steps to draw insulin into syringe: 1. Wash your hands with soap and water or with alcohol. 2. Check the insulin to make sure it is clear and colorless. Do not use the insulin after the expiration date stamped on the label, if it is colored or cloudy, or if you see particles in the solution. 3. If you are using a new vial, remove the protective cap. Do not remove the stopper. 4. Wipe the top of the vial with an alcohol swab. You do not have to shake the vial of Lantus before use. 5. Use a new needle and a U-100 syringe every time you give an injection. Use disposable syringes and needles only once. Throw them away properly. Never share needles and syringes. 6. Draw air into the syringe equal to your insulin dose. Put the needle through the rubber top of the vial and push the plunger to inject the air into the vial. 7. Leave the syringe in the vial and turn both upside down. Hold the syringe and vial firmly in one hand. 8. Make sure the tip of the needle is in the insulin. With your free hand, pull the plunger to withdraw the correct dose into the syringe. 9. Before you take the needle out of the vial, check the syringe for air bubbles. If bubbles are in the syringe, hold the syringe straight up and tap the side of the syringe until the bubbles float to the top. Push the bubbles out with the plunger and draw insulin back in until you have the correct dose. 10. Remove the needle from the vial. Do not let the needle touch anything. You are now ready to inject. Inject Lantus under your skin. Take Lantus as prescribed by your doctor. Follow these steps to inject Lantus: Decide on an injection area - either upper arm, thigh or abdomen. Injection sites within an injection area must be different from one injection to the next. Use alcohol or soap and water to clean the injection site. The injection site should be dry before you inject. Pinch the skin. Stick the needle in the way your healthcare provider showed you. Release the skin. Slowly push in the plunger of the syringe all the way, making sure you have injected all the insulin. Leave the needle in the skin for about 10 seconds. Pull the needle straight out and gently press on the spot where you injected yourself for several seconds. Do not rub the area. Follow your healthcare providers instructions for throwing away the used needle and syringe. Do not recap the used needle. Used needle and syringe should be placed in sharps containers (such as red biohazard containers), hard plastic containers (such as detergent bottles), or metal containers (such as an empty coffee can). Such containers should be sealed and disposed of properly. Lantus SoloStar It is important to read, understand, and follow the step-by-step instructions before using SoloStar disposable insulin pen. Failure to follow the instructions may result in getting too much or too little insulin. Lantus Dosage Take Lantus exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Follow the directions on your prescription label carefully. The dose of Lantus must be individualized based on several factors including your medical conditions, other insulin doses you are receiving, other medicines you are taking, and how your body responds to Lantus. In people with type 1 diabetes, Lantus must be used along with a short-acting insulin. The recommended starting Lantus dose for people with type 2 diabetes is 10 units (U) once daily if no other insulin is being used.
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Novomix 30/50 FlexPen
 
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諾和密斯30/50諾易筆 影片由NovoNordisk提供
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How to use SoloStar Pen for Injecting Lantus (Glargine) and Apidra (Glulisine) Insulin
 
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How to use SoloStar Pen for injecting Lantus (Glargine) and Apidra Insulin
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Lantus SoloStar pens/cartridges
 
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Lantus vials, Lantus SoloStar pre-filled pens and Lantus penfill cartridges contain the active ingredient insulin glargine. They are used to treat diabetes.
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How to Inject Yourself with a Prefilled Insulin Pen
 
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Arcely Pharmacy does not endorse or represent any drug manufacturer. This video is for demonstration purposes only. A tomato was used for injection technique but if you require insulin, it must be injected directly into your skin. For questions, ask your pharmacist or call us at (212) 923 - 2412. Thank you for watching.
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FPA SoloSTAR Pen demo
 
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Video demonstration of how to use the SoloSTAR Pen. This pen is used to inject two medications marketed in the USA as Lantus and Apridra.
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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU FORGET YOUR LANTUS?!?
 
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How to Use an Insulin Toujeo® - Clinic Patient Education
 
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What is Toujeo® (insulin glargine injection) 300 Units/mL? Prescription Toujeo® is a long-acting insulin used to control blood sugar in adults with diabetes mellitus. Toujeo® contains 3 times as much insulin in 1 mL as standard insulin (100 Units/mL) Toujeo® is not for use to treat diabetic ketoacidosis Toujeo® should not be used in children Important Safety Information for Toujeo® (insulin glargine injection) 300 Units/mL Do not take Toujeo® if you have low blood sugar or if you are allergic to insulin or any of the ingredients in Toujeo®. Do NOT share your pen(s) with other people, even if the needle has been changed. You may give other people a serious infection, or get a serious infection from them. Before starting Toujeo®, tell your doctor about all your medical conditions, including if you have liver or kidney problems, if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, or if you are breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed. Heart failure can occur if you are taking insulin together with pills called TZDs (thiazolidinediones), even if you have never had heart failure or other heart problems. If you have heart failure, it may get worse while you take TZDs with Toujeo®. Your treatment with TZDs and Toujeo® may need to be changed or stopped by your doctor if you have new or worsening heart failure. Tell your doctor if you have any new or worsening symptoms, including: Shortness of breath Sudden weight gain Swelling of your ankles or feet Tell your doctor about all the medications you take, including OTC medicines, vitamins, supplements, and herbal supplements. Toujeo® should be taken at the same time once a day. Test your blood sugar levels daily while using any insulin. Do not change your dose or type of insulin without talking to your doctor. Verify that you have the correct insulin before each injection. Do NOT use a syringe to remove Toujeo® from your pen. Your dose for Toujeo® may be different from other insulins you have taken. Any change of insulin should be made cautiously and only under medical supervision. Do NOT dilute or mix Toujeo® with any other insulin or solution. It will not work as intended and you may lose blood sugar control, which could be serious. Use Toujeo® only if the solution is clear and colorless with no particles visible. While using Toujeo®, do not drive or operate heavy machinery until you know how Toujeo® affects you. Don’t drink alcohol or use other medicines that contain alcohol. The most common side effect of any insulin, including Toujeo®, is low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), which may be serious and life-threatening. Severe hypoglycemia may cause harm to your heart or brain. Symptoms of serious low blood sugar may include shaking, sweating, fast heartbeat, and blurred vision. Toujeo® may cause severe allergic reactions that can lead to death. Get medical help right away if you have: A rash over your whole body Shortness of breath Swelling of your face, tongue, or throat Extreme drowsiness, dizziness, or confusion Trouble breathing Fast heartbeat Sweating Toujeo® may have additional side effects including swelling, weight gain, low potassium, and injection site reactions, which may include change in fat tissue, skin thickening, redness, swelling, and itching. Toujeo® SoloStar® and Toujeo® Max SoloStar® are disposable prefilled insulin pens. It is important to perform a safety test when using a new pen for the first time. Talk to your doctor about proper injection technique and follow instructions in the Instruction Leaflet that comes with the pen. Is the Toujeo SoloStar pen easy to use? People said "yes" At the end of a 4-week study, 95% of first-time insulin users with type 2 diabetes (n=40) rated the Toujeo SoloStar pen as easy to use. All patients in the study were trained how to use the pen by healthcare providers. It is important to ask your healthcare provider how to use the pen before using it. The Toujeo SoloStar prefilled pen is based on the award-winning design of the Lantus® (insulin glargine injection) 100 Units/mL SoloStar pen. Once a day, every day Toujeo is a long-acting insulin that should be taken once daily at the same time each day. It releases gradually with no pronounced peak or wear-off between doses. Dial in your recommended dose Insulin first-timers: Everybody's diabetes is different. Your doctor will decide what is the right dose for you. Already long-acting insulin users: Expect to start at the same dose as your other long-acting insulin. Adjusting your dose: Whether you’re new to insulin or already on insulin, your starting dose may be adjusted over time. You’ll need to work with your doctor to find the dose that may be right for you. In fact, it can take a few adjustments. This is called titration. You may need to adjust your dose every 3-4 days until you reach the amount that’s right for you. Your doctor will adjust your dose based on: Your needs Your blood sugar testing results Your blood sugar goal number
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Tresiba® FlexTouch® (insulin degludec injection) 100 U/mL: How to use
 
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Learn how to use the Tresiba® FlexTouch® (insulin degludec injection) U-100 Pen. This video will help familiarize you with the Tresiba® FlexTouch® 100 Units/mL pen, and provides step-by-step instructions on how to take your appropriate Tresiba® dose. See Important Safety Information below. Please click here to see the Prescribing Information for Tresiba®— http://www.novo-pi.com/tresiba.pdf. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Do not share your Tresiba® FlexTouch® with other people, even if the needle has been changed. You may give other people a serious infection, or get a serious infection from them. Who should not take Tresiba®? Do not take Tresiba® if you: • are having an episode of low blood sugar • are allergic to Tresiba® or any of the ingredients in Tresiba® Before taking Tresiba®, tell your health care provider about all your medical conditions, including if you are: • pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding • taking new prescription or over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, or herbal supplements Talk to your health care provider about low blood sugar and how to manage it. How should I take Tresiba®? • Read the Instructions for Use and take Tresiba® exactly as your health care provider tells you to • Do not do any conversion of your dose. The dose counter always shows the selected dose in units • Know the type and strength of insulin you take. Do not change the type of insulin you take unless your health care provider tells you to • Adults - If you miss or are delayed in taking your dose of Tresiba®: - Take your dose as soon as you remember, then continue with your regular dosing schedule - Make sure there are at least 8 hours between doses • If children miss a dose of Tresiba®: - Call the healthcare provider for information and instructions about checking blood sugar levels more often until the next scheduled dose of Tresiba® • Check your blood sugar levels. Ask your health care provider what your blood sugar levels should be and when you should check them • Do not reuse or share your needles with other people. You may give them a serious infection, or get a serious infection from them • Never inject Tresiba® into a vein or muscle • Never use a syringe to remove Tresiba® from the FlexTouch® pen What should I avoid while taking Tresiba®? • Do not drive or operate heavy machinery, until you know how Tresiba® affects you • Do not drink alcohol or use prescription or over-the-counter medicines that contain alcohol What are the possible side effects of Tresiba®? Tresiba® may cause serious side effects that can be life-threatening, including: • Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). Signs and symptoms that may indicate low blood sugar include anxiety, irritability, mood changes, dizziness, sweating, confusion, and headache • Low potassium in your blood (hypokalemia) • Heart failure in some people if taken with thiazolidinediones (TZDs). This can happen even if you have never had heart failure or heart problems. If you already have heart failure, it may get worse while you take TZDs with Tresiba®. Tell your health care provider if you have any new or worse symptoms of heart failure including shortness of breath, tiredness, swelling of your ankles or feet, and sudden weight gain Your insulin dose may need to change because of change in level of physical activity or exercise, increased stress, change in diet, weight gain or loss, or illness. Common side effects may include reactions at the injection site, itching, rash, serious allergic reactions (whole body reactions), skin thickening or pits at the injection site (lipodystrophy), weight gain, and swelling of your hands and feet. Get emergency medical help if you have trouble breathing, shortness of breath, fast heartbeat, swelling of your face, tongue, or throat, sweating, extreme drowsiness, dizziness, or confusion.
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Lecture 16 - PAP Inhaler Medication Dose Calculations
 
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How to Mix Insulin NPH and Regular Insulin Nursing | Mixing Insulin Clear to Cloudy
 
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How to mix insulin NPH (cloudy) and regular (clear) in nursing. In this video, I demonstrate mixing two insulins in one syringe (mixing NPH and regular insulin). I also talk about the purpose of mixing insulin, the do's and don'ts when mixing insulin clear to cloudy, and give you a mnemonic on how to remember the way how to mix NPH and regular insulin. Insulin Mnemonics for peak, onset, duration times: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAhHxt663pU Written steps on how to mix insulin: http://www.registerednursern.com/how-to-draw-up-insulin-steps-on-how-to-mix-insulin-clinical-nursing-skills/ Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=registerednursern Nursing School Supplies: http://www.registerednursern.com/the-ultimate-list-of-nursing-medical-supplies-and-items-a-new-nurse-student-nurse-needs-to-buy/ Nursing Job Search: http://www.registerednursern.com/nursing-career-help/ Visit our website RegisteredNurseRN.com for free quizzes, nursing care plans, salary information, job search, and much more: http://www.registerednursern.com Check out other Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/RegisteredNurseRN/videos Popular Playlists: NCLEX Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWtwCDmLHyX2UeHofCIcgo0 Fluid & Electrolytes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWJSZ9pL8L3Q1dzdlxUzeKv Nursing Skills: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUhd_qQYEbp0Eab3uUKhgKb Nursing School Study Tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWBO40qeDmmaMwMHJEWc9Ms Nursing School Tips & Questions" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVQok-t1X5ZMGgQr3IMBY9M Teaching Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUkW_DpJekN_Y0lFkVNFyVF Types of Nursing Specialties: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfW8dRD72gUFa5W7XdfoxArp Healthcare Salary Information: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVN0vmEP59Tx2bIaB_3Qhdh New Nurse Tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVTqH6LIoAD2zROuzX9GXZy Nursing Career Help: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVXjptWyvj2sx1k1587B_pj EKG Teaching Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfU-A9UTclI0tOYrNJ1N5SNt Personality Types: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfU0qHnOjj2jf4Hw8aJaxbtm Dosage & Calculations for Nurses: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUYdl0TZQ0Tc2-hLlXlHNXq Diabetes Health Managment: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfXtEx17D7zC1efmWIX-iIs9
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Insulin Glargine information burst
 
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Dropping Drugs presents an information burst covering Insulin Glargine which is branded as; Lantus from the manufacturer Sanofi and that’s the main one Comments are active, but are not actively monitored. If you wish to contact us please use the email address attached to this account. A pharmacist has reviewed and released this episode. Information is intended for a United Kingdom audience and supports common travel requirements. All technical definitions are those defined by European Medical agency (ema) but where possible or where it is the norm those relevant to best practice have been used as defined by the federal drug administration (FDA). Common and less common adverse effects are listed to highlight the health professionals opinion of the most commonly observed side effects. Not all documented adverse effects are reported. Where legal status for a medicine varies, the most common treatments legal status is often used to indicate the need for a prescription. Where national differences apply national flags may be used to indicate such a region All rights to Brand names are retained by the respective companies. Carefree Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ The royal pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain owns rights to a registered service mark – ‘Pharmacy Green Cross’. Dropping drugs was produced on behalf of AJI Technology who reserve all rights 2016. Patients are advised to seek individual medical advise and read the patient information leaflet prior to initiation of any treatment Consider translating into your language, because we would like this to be as useful as possible… a big thank you. http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCyI20Gz0SECekkmBWOyL8Ag Episode 19
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Lantus Side Effects! With Better Options!
 
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Click on the link below for a free video guide to dietary supplements and herbal medicine! http://utahtexans.com/ In this video I want to share some of the worst side effects of the drug Lantus, as well as give you a few other options. Today, diabetes takes more lives than AIDS and breast cancer combined. Diabetes to put it simply is when the body has a hard time creating enough insulin to deal with blood sugar. The drug Lantus is used to treat people with diabetes by physically injecting insulin into their body. But there is a big catch. What do you think this catch is? Yep it's not the same insulin that your body creates, it's different, it's foreign. So, the million dollar question is does that matter? Take a step back from the information overload of the internet and think about this. What do you think? For example Trans fats are man made fat. Instead of normal fats being used in cells trans fats get used and this makes cells weaker and causes all kinds of problems. I would say their is some similarities. We all know trans fats are unhealthy. Know back to Lantus. One of the nasty side effects someone can experience with this drug is cancer. The journal of Diabetologia recently published 4 studies. 3 of those studies showed an increase risk for cancer when taking this drug. Another common side effect is having too low of blood sugar, this could cause trouble concentrating, irritability, trouble breathing and even fainting or possibly seizures. Also, your body being the smart machine it is may reject the drug and an allergic reaction could take place. Lastly it is an expensive drug and it will create a bunch of free radicals as it breaks down in the body. You might be wondering, well is their a better options. 1 idea you could look into would be a plant called Purslane in a 12 week placebo controlled study people with type 2 diabetes who added 180 mg of this herb had a 44% improvement in their blood sugar levels. Of course I have to talk about changing your diet, which I'm sure you already know to help with diabetes. Maybe cut back on the food that tastes really, really good. Exercise is another thing. Generally it lowers blood pressure, as well as blood sugar levels. Usually it stays lower for the next 24 to 48 hours. There are many other ideas when it comes to alternative medicine. It's less expensive, healthier no cancer or nasty side effects. Click on the link below for a free video guide to dietary supplements and herbal medicine! http://utahtexans.com/
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Refill Follistim Cartridge
 
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Humalog Prescription Assistance at The RX Helper
 
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Humalog is used to treat type 1 diabetes. If you are having trouble affording this medication, The RX Helper can assist. Read more here: www.therxhelper.com/medication/humalog-assistance/
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Is Toujeo Better Than Lantus?
 
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How I put my Follistim Pen together
 
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Hope you guys like this! This is just how I do it, if your doctor gives you different instructions please follow them.
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Zotide Demonstration Video
 
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How To: Use Pen adapter for Comfort-in Needle-free injection
 
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The pen adapter is designed to transfer insulin or any other medication which is supplied in needle pen injectors, directly from the pen into the needle free syringe/nozzle. It fits most of the available pens, and is screwed on the pen instead of the needle. To use it, the needle free syringe should be attached to the pen adapter, and then the syringe is filled by activating the pen trigger and pressing the trigger firmly for a few seconds to allow all of the desired dose to be transferred, and the needle-free syringe will be filled automatically. It will require practice. It is recommended to transfer large doses in multiple actions. https://www.injectneedlefree.com/product/insulin-pen-adapter-for-comfort-in/
Comparing Patient Assistance Programs for Insulin Medication
 
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Contrasting Patient Assistance Programs for Insulin Medication. Overseeing diabetes care can require a lifetime responsibility. Past eating regimen changes and exercise, numerous individuals with diabetes need to take insulin to help control their glucose. Day by day measurements of insulin can include, and a few people can't take care of the expenses without anyone else. Luckily, certain projects can help cover this cost. A patient help program (PAP) is a cash sparing project frequently sponsored by medicate organizations, charities, and medicinal foundations. Most PAPs give low-or no-cost insulin drug and supplies. Every PAP has distinctive necessities and criteria for their projects. In the event that you don't meet the criteria for one program, don't expect you won't meet the criteria for another. The time you spend rounding out applications may bring about a major cost investment funds. Not every person will qualify. A PAP may not cover the specific insulin you utilize. In any case, on the off chance that you utilize insulin and need budgetary help, these sites and associations are an incredible place to start your pursuit. Organization for Prescription Assistance: Applying for many PAPs can be tedious. Be that as it may, the Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA) may enable you to spare time. You can apply for many private and open help programs on the double through PPA, instead of applying to every individual organization. PPA is intended to help individuals who don't have any doctor prescribed medication scope. You may not fit the bill for any plans on the off chance that you have drug store or medicine protection. Process steps: *Receive an underlying qualification status by rounding out a basic survey on the PPA site. *Enter the name of the pharmaceutical you're taking, your age, where you live, and in the event that you fit the bill for any protection scope. *PPA will supply you with a rundown of potential help programs. RxAssist: RxAssist has a huge database of solution help programs. It's controlled by the Center for Primary Care and Prevention at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island. Process steps: 1.Identify potential help programs via hunting down your insulin and prescription name. You can look for a brand name. On the off chance that you don't know how to spell it, enter the letters you do know. 2.RxAssist can enable you to discover what you're hunting down. Or on the other hand you can look through a bland name like "insulin." 3.That will return 16 insulin alternatives that you can browse. For instance, on the off chance that you look through a mainstream insulin like Lantus, you'll discover two choices: Lantus (SoloStar pen) and Lantus. In the event that you pick the Lantus pen, you'll discover data on a program financed by Sanofi, makers of Lantus. The RxAssist posting reveals to you an assortment of insights about the program, including money related structure, prerequisites, and contact data. NeedyMeds: NeedyMeds is a charitable association devoted to helping individuals find money related help for their restorative medications. NeedyMeds works with low-wage individuals and doesn't charge for their help. NeedyMeds keeps up a rundown of projects that give insulin and solutions at low to no cost. On the off chance that your insulin has a program, read the program's criteria. In the event that you trust you may qualify, download the applications from NeedyMeds' site or from the program's webpage. Take after the guidelines gave to see whether you'll get any help. Process steps: 1.People who take Humalog can look for it on the site. It will return one arrangement gave by the drug's creator, Lilly. 2.You can read the necessities for the program on the NeedyMeds site. On the off chance that you figure you would be qualified for the program, you can download the Lilly Cares application. 3.Link to the arrangement's site from the NeedyMeds site on the off chance that you have any inquiries. All Photos Licensed Under CC Source : www.pexels.com www.pixabay.com www.commons.wikimedia.org
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How to use a humalog pen
 
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Prevent Air Bubbles When Filling a Syringe
 
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Don't Share Insulin Pens Between Patients
 
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FDA is reminding health care professionals not to use a single insulin pen and cartridge on more than one patient. Even if needles are changed between patients, reusing these products on multiple patients may transmit blood-borne pathogens such as hepatitis or HIV between patients. Insulin pens are injector devices that contain either an insulin reservoir or an insulin cartridge, usually with enough insulin for several doses. More than 2,000 diabetic patients in two hospitals may have recently been put at risk of infection when insulin pens were used for more than one patient. Although staff changed the pen's disposable needle between patients, the pen itself was reused. Patients who were exposed to the shared insulin pens are being contacted and offered testing for hepatitis and HIV. Some of the patients have reportedly tested positive for hepatitis C, although it is not known whether the pens were responsible for transmitting the virus. The Institute for Safe Medication Practices points out that air bubbles and pathogenic contaminants can enter the cartridge after injection while the needle is still attached to the pen. ISMP cites studies showing that up to half of all insulin pen cartridges are contaminated after being re-used, and warns that facilities shouldn't assume that everyone understands the importance of following the "one pen, one patient" practice. Here are some of FDA's recommendations for the safe use of insulin pens. • Remember that insulin pens containing multiple doses are meant for only one patient, and should not be shared between patients. • Label the insulin pen with the patient's name and other identifiers, but be sure that this doesn't obstruct the dosing window or other product information. • Eject and discard the needle after each use and attach a new needle for each new injection. • Tell patients to never share their insulin pens with another person, because this could result in transmission of hepatitis or other blood-borne diseases. • Remember that the same risk may exist with any multiple-dose injector device, not just insulin pens. FDA Patient Safety News: May 2009 For more information, please see our website: http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/psn/transcript.cfm?show=86#9 [vpmedicaldevices]
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Toujeo (insulin glargine) Solostar
 
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Toujeo® is a long-acting human insulin analog indicated to improve glycemic control in adults with diabetes mellitus.
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Tresiba® FlexTouch® (insulin degludec injection) 200 U/mL: How to use
 
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Learn how to use the Tresiba® FlexTouch® (insulin degludec injection) U-200 pen. This video will help familiarize you with the Tresiba® FlexTouch® 200 Units/mL pen, and provides step-by-step instructions on how to take your appropriate Tresiba® dose. See Important Safety Information below. Please click here to see the Prescribing Information for Tresiba®— http://www.novo-pi.com/tresiba.pdf. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Do not share your Tresiba® FlexTouch® with other people, even if the needle has been changed. You may give other people a serious infection, or get a serious infection from them. Who should not take Tresiba®? Do not take Tresiba® if you: • are having an episode of low blood sugar • are allergic to Tresiba® or any of the ingredients in Tresiba® Before taking Tresiba®, tell your health care provider about all your medical conditions, including if you are: • pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding • taking new prescription or over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, or herbal supplements Talk to your health care provider about low blood sugar and how to manage it. How should I take Tresiba®? • Read the Instructions for Use and take Tresiba® exactly as your health care provider tells you to • Do not do any conversion of your dose. The dose counter always shows the selected dose in units • Know the type and strength of insulin you take. Do not change the type of insulin you take unless your health care provider tells you to • Adults - If you miss or are delayed in taking your dose of Tresiba®: - Take your dose as soon as you remember, then continue with your regular dosing schedule - Make sure there are at least 8 hours between doses • If children miss a dose of Tresiba®: - Call the healthcare provider for information and instructions about checking blood sugar levels more often until the next scheduled dose of Tresiba® • Check your blood sugar levels. Ask your health care provider what your blood sugar levels should be and when you should check them • Do not reuse or share your needles with other people. You may give them a serious infection, or get a serious infection from them • Never inject Tresiba® into a vein or muscle • Never use a syringe to remove Tresiba® from the FlexTouch® pen What should I avoid while taking Tresiba®? • Do not drive or operate heavy machinery, until you know how Tresiba® affects you • Do not drink alcohol or use prescription or over-the-counter medicines that contain alcohol What are the possible side effects of Tresiba®? Tresiba® may cause serious side effects that can be life-threatening, including: • Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). Signs and symptoms that may indicate low blood sugar include anxiety, irritability, mood changes, dizziness, sweating, confusion, and headache • Low potassium in your blood (hypokalemia) • Heart failure in some people if taken with thiazolidinediones (TZDs). This can happen even if you have never had heart failure or heart problems. If you already have heart failure, it may get worse while you take TZDs with Tresiba®. Tell your health care provider if you have any new or worse symptoms of heart failure including shortness of breath, tiredness, swelling of your ankles or feet, and sudden weight gain Your insulin dose may need to change because of change in level of physical activity or exercise, increased stress, change in diet, weight gain or loss, or illness. Common side effects may include reactions at the injection site, itching, rash, serious allergic reactions (whole body reactions), skin thickening or pits at the injection site (lipodystrophy), weight gain, and swelling of your hands and feet. Get emergency medical help if you have trouble breathing, shortness of breath, fast heartbeat, swelling of your face, tongue, or throat, sweating, extreme drowsiness, dizziness, or confusion.
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Group 3 New Patient Counseling: HUMALOG MIX 75/25
 
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This video shows a counseling and drug consultation session between a pharmacist and a patient who just received a new medication, Humalog Mix 72/25.Miss X is a female patient who is 37 years old. She has been diagnosed with having Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus for the past 5 years. She was on a treatment with oral antidiabetic agent which is Metformin 500mg twice daily. However, lately, her HbA1c level has been recorded to be at 8.0%. Thus, her physician has placed her on a new antidiabetic therapy which is a dual combination therapy. She is currently taking Metformin 500mg and has been newly prescribed with Insulin Mix 75/25 Insulin Lispro Protamine Pen injection to control her blood glucose level. Miss X has come to the pharmacy for counseling on her new insulin device. The counseling session is aimed to educate the patient on the purpose of the new medication, symptoms it can help and the correct technique to use the new device as well as extra essential information on proper storage and common side effects that can be expected from the new treatment regimen.
Group 2: Video 1 (Prime-Levemir FlexTouch Pen)
 
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This video shows the counselling of a diabetic patient on her new medication: Levemir FlexTouch Pen by a pharmacist. The dose prescribed is 11units on every morning and evening. Patient was being told about the use of the medication, the ways to take the medication, sites to be injected, some major side effects and the ways to overcome it. Patient was also being taught how to handle the medication. After the counselling session, patient was asked to repeat what the pharmacist said to ensure that the information is being conveyed to the patient.
How to inject Bydureon with the pen 2017 2018
 
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How to inject Bydureon with the pen 2017. SavedSinner71 teaches you how to use the 2017 2018 Bydureon injector pen.
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Humulin M3
 
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Humulin M3 cartridges, Humulin M3 vials and Humulin M3 KwikPen pre-filled pens all contain biphasic isophane insulin. They are used to treat diabetes.
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Fiasp® FlexTouch® (insulin aspart injection) 100 U/mL: How to use
 
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Learn how to use the Fiasp® FlexTouch® (insulin aspart injection) 100 U/mL pen. This video will help familiarize you with the FlexTouch® pen, and provides step-by-step instructions on how to take your appropriate Fiasp® dose. See Important Safety Information below. Please click here to see the Prescribing Information for Fiasp®— http://www.novo-pi.com/fiasp.pdf. What is Fiasp® (insulin aspart injection) 100 U/mL?  • Fiasp® is a man-made insulin used to control high blood sugar in adults with diabetes mellitus. It is not known if Fiasp® is safe and effective in children.  Important Safety Information  Do not share your Fiasp® with other people, even if the needle has been changed. You may give other people a serious infection, or get a serious infection from them.  Who should not take Fiasp®?  Do not take Fiasp® if:  • your blood sugar is too low (hypoglycemia) or you are allergic to any of its ingredients.  Before taking Fiasp® tell your health care provider about all your medical conditions including, if you:  • have kidney or liver problems  • are pregnant or breastfeeding or plan to become pregnant or breastfeed. It is not known if Fiasp® passes into your breast milk.  • are taking new prescription or over-the-counter medicines, including supplements.  Talk to your health care provider about low blood sugar and how to manage it.  How should I take Fiasp®?  • Read the Instructions for Use and take Fiasp® exactly as your health care provider tells you to.  • Fiasp® starts acting fast. You should take your dose of Fiasp® at the beginning of the meal or within 20 minutes after starting a meal.  • Know the type and strength of your insulin. Do not change your insulin type unless your health care provider tells you to.  • If you miss a dose of Fiasp® monitor your blood sugar levels to decide if an insulin dose is needed. Continue with your regular dosing schedule at the next meal.  • Check your blood sugar levels. Ask your health care provider what your blood sugar levels should be and when you should check them.  • Do not reuse or share your needles with other people. You may give other people a serious infection or get a serious infection from them. What should I avoid while taking Fiasp®?  • Do not drive or operate heavy machinery, until you know how Fiasp® affects you.  • Do not drink alcohol or use medicines that contain alcohol.  What are the possible side effects of Fiasp®?  Serious side effects can lead to death, including:  Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). Some signs and symptoms include:  • anxiety, irritability, mood changes, dizziness or light-headedness, sweating, confusion, and headache.  Your insulin dose may need to change because of:  • weight gain or loss, increased stress, illness, or change in diet or level of physical activity.  • low potassium in your blood (hypokalemia).  • serious allergic reactions (whole body reactions). Get emergency medical help right away if you have a rash over your whole body; trouble breathing; a fast heartbeat; swelling of your face, tongue or throat; sweating; extreme drowsiness; dizziness, or confusion.  • heart failure. Taking certain diabetes pills called TZDs (thiazolidinediones) with Fiasp® may cause heart failure in some people. This can happen even if you have never had heart failure or heart problems before. If you already have heart failure it may get worse while you take TZDs with Fiasp®. Your health care provider should monitor you closely while you are taking TZDs with Fiasp®. Tell your health care provider if you have any new or worse symptoms of heart failure including shortness of breath, swelling of your ankles or feet, or sudden weight gain.  Common side effects of Fiasp® may include:  • skin problems such as eczema, rash, itching, redness and swelling of your skin (dermatitis), reactions at the injection site such as itching, rash, skin thickening or pits at the injection site (lipodystrophy), or weight gain.
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Toujeo Approved by the FDA
 
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The FDA just approved Toujeo a once-daily long-acting basal insulin, to improve glycemic control in adults living with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Toujeo is injected once a day under the skin. Toujeo is designed to to release insulin more gradually therefore can regulate blood sugars more consistently throughout the day. For more information on this medication, visit http://www.rxwiki.com/
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Tresiba (insulin degludec)
 
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TRESIBA DAY 2: CHANGING INSULIN DOSES | Diabetes Daily Vlog 273
 
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Adjustments will be made of course and I expected my blood sugar levels to not be predictable. There should be no reason to judge how tresiba works (in terms of thinking it is working well for me or not) so early in the process. It'll take time my friends! Why I split my basal insulin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lrbxITXAVA&t=59s Why I follow Doctor Bernstein https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxX_Lh1E6pY My name is Ali ABDUL-Kareem, I am 21 years old, I do daily vlogs on my journey towards achieving great health with diabetes. I've had type 1 diabetes for about 3 years now. Comment and say hi! I wanna get to know YOU and how you live with this disease. Be sure to SUBCRIBE to stay updated on DAILY vlogs! SUBSCRIBE HERE! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOgPM9FFVTOX5gN_qnVHRNA? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Catch me hanging here with my Diabuddies! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ali.abdlkareem/ Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/alawey96 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Diabetes Hustle Podcast! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/diabetes-hustle-podcast/id1313087483?mt=2 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/alawey-abdulkareem Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/diabetes-daily-hustle --------------------------------- The Diabetes Daily Hustle Facebook Support Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/153556628691697/ Music: J Dilla-1nce Again instrumental Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gYcuRLjQa4 **Disclaimer: While we share our experiences with diabetes, nothing we discuss should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor or medical professional for your health and diabetes management!!**
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Making of Sanofi "diabetes"
 
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Healthy Steps - How to use an insulin pen
 
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Diabetes Educator Kristy Covey walks you through the steps of using an insulin pen correctly. http://uticaparkclinic.com
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Injection with insulin pen
 
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I mostly use my insulin pump but I just wanted to demonstrate how I give myself an injection.
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