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Human insulins commonly used in young people: unmodified (clear) insulins

        HUMAN INSULINS COMMONLY USED IN YOUNG PEOPLE: UNMODIFIED (CLEAR) INSULINS

Actrapid HM insulin (neutral insulin)
Actrapid acts quickly.
This is an unmodified human insulin. It is soluble insulin so it is a clear insulin solution. Actrapid works quickly - it may start its effect within half an hour, its strongest effect is from one to four hours but its activity fades after about six or seven hours.
Hypoglycemic reactions due to Actrapid tend to occur about one to five hours after the injection.

Velosulin insulin (neutral insulin)
Velosulin acts quickly.
Velosulin is an unmodified human insulin and is very similar to Actrapid. It is a soluble insulin so that it is a clear insulin solution.
Velosulin works quickly - it may start its effect within half an hour, its strongest effect is from one to four hours but activity fades after six to seven hours.
Hypoglycemic reactions due to Velosulin tend to occur from one to five hours after it is given.

Humulin R insulin (neutral insulin)
Humulin R acts quickly.
Humulin R is an unmodified human insulin and is very similar to Actrapid and Velosulin. It is a soluble insulin so that it is a clear insulin solution. It works quickly and may start its effect within half an hour, its strongest effect is from one to four hours, but its activity fades after about six or seven hours.
Hypoglycemic reactions due to Humulin R tend to occur about one to five hours after the injection.

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