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Insulin Therapy: Analogues, Concentrated Insulins and Inhaled Insulins

July 21, 2020

Session Description: Recent innovations in insulin therapy include the use of bioequivalent formulations, ultra-long and ultra-rapid acting insulins, as well as the availability of more concentrated formulations. These enable more flexibility for clinicians tailoring regimens to individual patient needs. This presentation will use an interactive case-based approach to illustrate the differences among the available insulins and provide practical strategies for prescribing.

Faculty: M. Sue Kirkman, MD
University of North Carolina

Learning Objectives:

  1. Summarize the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic differences among the available insulins.
  2. Describe an approach to individualizing selection of insulin analogue therapy using cases.
  3. Evaluate the need for use of concentrated insulin therapy using cases.

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