Insuman combo OPTIPEN 25 300IU
Insuman combo OPTIPEN 25 300IU
WHAT INSUMAN COMB 25 AND WHAT IT IS USED FOR?
INSUMAN COMB fluid 25 is injected under the skin. Insulin, which is contained in INSUMAN COMB 25 is produced by biotechnology process and is identical to the body's own insulin.
INSUMAN COMB 25 is an insulin preparation with a gradual onset and long duration of action. It is available in cartridges designed for use with an injection products series OptiPen.
INSUMAN COMB 25 is used for lowering high blood sugar in patients with diabetes mellitus. Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce enough insulin to control blood sugar.
BEFORE YOU USE INSUMAN COMB
Do not use INSUMAN COMB
If you are allergic to insulin or any of the other ingredients of INSUMAN COMB 25.
Do not inject INSUMAN COMB 25 vein. Do not use INSUMAN COMB 25 with insulin pumps - for these devices have special insulin preparations.
Take special care with INSUMAN COMB 25
Strictly follow the instructions for dosage, monitoring, diet and exercise as discussed with your doctor.
If you have liver or kidney problems or are elderly, speak to your doctor as you may need a lower dose of insulin.
Before traveling consult your doctor. You may need to talk about:
The availability of your insulin in the country you are visiting
Supplies of insulin, syringes,
Correct storage of your insulin while traveling
Timing of meals and insulin administration while traveling
The possible effects of changing time zones
Possible new health risks in the countries to be visited
Use of INSUMAN COMB 25 with food and drink
Your blood sugar can rise or fall if you drink alcohol.
Pregnancy and lactation
Tell your doctor if you become pregnant or are already pregnant. During pregnancy and postpartum insulin requirements may change. Careful control of your diabetes, and prevention of hypoglycaemia, is essential for the health of your baby. But no experience with the use of INSUMAN COMB 25 in pregnant women.
If you are breastfeeding, consult your doctor as you may require adjustments in insulin doses and your diet.
HOW TO USE INSUMAN COMB 25
Based on your lifestyle and the results of your blood sugar, your doctor will:
Determine how much is needed INSUMAN COMB day
Tell you when you can explore your blood sugar if required urine tests.
Tell you when you may need to inject a higher or lower dose INSUMAN COMB 25
Fruency of use
INSUMAN COMB 25 is injected under the skin 30 to 45 minutes before meals.
Method of application:
Do not inject INSUMAN COMB 25 vein. Your doctor will show you in which area of the skin to inject insulin. With each injection, change the puncture site within the particular area of skin where you inject insulin.
How to work with patrons?
Cartridges should be used in conjunction with an insulin pen OptiPen and other pens suitable for INSUMAN cartridges as recommended by the manufacturer of the product.
Leave the cartridge at room temperature for 1-2 hours before you put it in the pen. Insulin Mix well and check it before you put it in the pen. Later, you re good to mix it immediately before each injection.
Mixing is best done slowly turn cartridge or pen up and down at least 10 times. For ease of shuffling in the cartridge has three small metal balls.
After mixing the suspension should be milky evenly. It should not be used if you stay clear or if, for example, has lumps, particles or clumps of material in the insulin or stick it on the walls and bottom of the cartridge. In such cases it is necessary to use a new cartridge even suspension.
Always use a new cartridge if you notice that control your blood sugar deteriorates unexpectedly. This is because insulin may have lost some of its effectiveness. If you think you may have a problem with your insulin, check it with your doctor.
Before injection remove air bubbles, if any.
Do not mix insulin with any other medicines. Do not re-fill and re-use empty cartridges. Do not add other insulin cartridge.
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS
As with any insulin therapy, the most common side effect is hypoglycemia. Severe hypoglycemia can cause brain damage and may be life-threatening.
May lead to serious allergic reactions to insulin, which can become life-threatening. Such reactions to insulin or to the excipients can cause large-scale skin reactions, severe swelling of skin or mucous membranes, shortness of breath, a fall in blood pressure with rapid heart beat and sweating.
Frequent: edema, injection site reactions
Uncommon: severe allergic reactions with hypotension, urticaria, injection site
Other side effects:
Systemic allergic reactions - Associated symptoms may include large-scale skin reactions, severe swelling of skin or mucous membranes, shortness of breath, a fall in blood pressure with rapid heart beat and sweating
Ocular effects - marked change in control of your blood sugar can disturb your vision temporarily
Skin changes at the injection site
Skin and allergic reactions
HOW TO STORE INSUMAN COMB 25
Do not use INSUMAN COMB 25 after the expiration date
Store in refrigerator. Do not freeze. Do not put INSUMAN COMB 25 the freezer compartment or a freezer bag. Keep the cartridge in the outer carton to protect from light.
Cartridges in use:
Can be stored up to 4 weeks at 25 degrees, away from direct heat or light. Cartridge in use must be stored in the refrigerator.
What INSUMAN COMB 25?
Active ingredient is human insulin.
Other ingredients are protamine sulphate, m-cresol, phenol, zinc chloride, sodium dihydrogen phosphate dihydrate, glizerol, sodium hydroxide hlorodovorodna acid, water for injections.