Differentiating Basal Insulin Preparations.
A new article published in Advances in Therapy discussed that prandial insulins are designed to have quick time-action profiles that minimize postprandial glucose excursions, whereas basal insulins are designed to have a protracted time-action profile to facilitate basal glucose control over 24 hours. The authors explained that since all insulins have the same mechanism of action at the target tissue level, the differences in time-action profiles are achieved through different mechanisms of protract
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