Mixtard 30 100IU/ 10 mL injection
Mixtard contain insulin, which is a Peptide hormone that is excreted by the pancreas where its main action is aiding the absorption of glucose required for the energy by the cell and muscles.
• Diabetes mellitus.
Points of interest:
• Be aware of the signs of hypoglycemia (sweating, confusion, rapid heartbeat, blurred vision, shakiness, anxiety, headache, dizziness, weakness).
• Rotate injection sites to prevent damage to the tissue under the skin.
• Avoid re-use of the same injection.
• If you experience hypoglycemia, consume glucose or simple carbohydrate (e.g. candies, soft drinks, sugar, honey), once your blood glucose returns to normal, eat a snack or a meal.
• Insulin is usually injected under the skin; pinch the skin to reduce the chance of injecting a blood vessel.
How to use:
According to the patient's condition, consult a specialist
• Hypoglycemia, weight gain, allergic reactions.
• local reactions including erythema, itching, lipodystrophy, lipoatrophy.
• Adjustment of dose may be necessary if patients undertake increased physical activity or change their usual meal plan.
• MAOI: the concomitant use increases the hypoglycemic effect of insulin
• Fibrates: improve glucose tolerance.
• Beta blockers: signs of hypoglycemia can be masked when beta blockers given with insulin.
• ACEI: the effect of insulin can be enhanced by ACEI.
10 ml injection.
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