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Humalog - Insulin Lispro
Managing your blood sugar levels is a delicate balancing act. And when it comes to mealtime insulin, you want a treatment that is both effective and fast-acting. That's where Humalog comes in.
Humalog is a fast-acting mealtime insulin that starts working in as little as 15 minutes after injection. And because it has a shorter duration of action than regular human insulin, it's perfect for treating the sudden spikes in blood sugar that can occur after meals.
If you're looking for an insulin treatment that can help you manage your diabetes effectively and keep your blood sugar levels in check, ask your doctor about Insulin Lispro today.
Benefits of using rapid-acting insulin
Per the Cleveland Clinic, the main benefit is that your body maintains appropriate blood glucose levels. This may help you avoid complications of diabetes, which include:
- Eye problems
- Gum disease
- Heart attack
- Kidney failure
- Nerve damage (neuropathic pain)
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US MED is America's primary choice for home delivery of quality medical supplies. Since 1996, over 500,000 satisfied patients have received disease state education and medical supplies from our highly trained customer service specialists. US MED, the largest provider of Diabetic Supplies to the Medicare community, is licensed and accredited by Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) and maintains an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. We provide all products necessary to treat the Diabetes disease state, including therapies for its associated comorbidities. Our product portfolio includes, but is not limited to, the following: Diabetic testing strips, Continuous Glucose Monitors or CGMs, Insulin Pumps, Sleep Apnea and CPAP supplies, and Nebulizers.