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Nur 265 Diabetes


Regular (humulin-r, novolin-r) Insulin onset, peak & duration: onset 30- 1 hour peak 2-3 hour duration 4-6 hr
Humalog (Lispro) onset, peak & duration: onset 15min peak 1 hour duration 0 hr
Glulisine (Apidra) Insulin type Rapid-acting insulin
LANTUS ( Glargine) insulin: LEVEMIR (Detemir)  Long-acting insulin Onset: 2 hours Peak: Continuous (no defined peak) Duration: 24 hours
Glulisine (Apidra) Insulin onset, peak & duration: onset 15min peak 1 hour duration 3-5 hr
Basal insulin defined (24 hour insulin production)
Prandial insulin defined bolus, nutritional insulin production
HgA1C Test values Normal <5.7% Prediabetic 5.7-6.4% Diabetes 6.5-higher
Metabolic Syndrome defined as When the patient exhibits 3 or more on the list – greater risk of having Diabetes or heart disease
Metabolic Syndrome list of criteria 1. Large waist circumference 2. Triglyceride >150 mg/dl 3. Decrease HDL 4. B/P >120/80 5. fasting Blood Glucose >100
What are the counterregulatory hormones glucagon, epinephrine, norepinephrine and cortisol
What do the counterregulatory hormones, do to the body? causes an increase in blood glucose
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