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Tamborlane, "Comparison of human regular and lispro insulins after interruption of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion and in the treatment of acutely decompensated IDDM," Diabetes Care, vol.
Variables Category n (%) Age (years)* 55 (49-63) Sex Male 19 (44.2) Female 24 (55.8) Regional area Pahada 7 (16.3) Tarai 36 (83.7) Residential area Suburban 24 (55.8) Rural 19 (44.2) Educational status Literate/educated 18 (41.9) Illiterate/uneducated 25 (58.1) Employment status Employed 14 (32.6) Unemployed 29 (67.4) Diabetes type Type I 2 (4.7) Type II 41 (95.3) Duration of diabetes 7 (3-10) (years) * Duration of Insulin 0.91 (0.80-3) therapy (years) * Type of insulin used One 38 (88.4) Two 5 (11.6) Administration of insulin Self 25 (58.1) By others 18 (41.9) Premix insulin 26 (60.5) Basal insulin 12 (27.9) Currently used insulin Premix and basal insulin 4 (9.3) Basal and lispro insulin 1 (2.3) Do you feel your IIT is Yes 17 (39.5) correct?
Addition of neutral protamine lispro insulin or insulin glargine to oral type 2 diabetes regimens for patients with suboptimal glycemic control: a randomized trial.
Combinations of regular insulin, aspart insulin or lispro insulin, in the same preparation with NPH insulin, in ratios of 25:75, 30:70, or 50:50, are available for use as well.
Baseline characteristics of the treatment groups Insulin Lispro Insulin Aspart p-value Premix 50/50 Premix 70/30 Gender (F/M) 28/32 28/34 0.886 Age (years) * 60 (24-84) 65 (39-90) 0.005 Duration of diabetes (years) * 8.0 (0-36) 9.5 (0-37) 0.04 BMI (kg/[m.sup.2]) * 30 (27-36) 29 (26-36) 0.814 Complications (%) Any microvascular 10 12 0,871 Any macrovascular 5 6 0.869 Co-existing disease (%) Hypertension 40 58 0.201 Hyperlipidemia 68 76 0.334 Table 2.
Aspart and lispro insulin have an onset of about 10 to 15 minutes, peak action at about one hour and duration of action of about four hours (2,7).