Without a Prescription
Insulin is one of the hormones that are naturally produced by the organism (by the pancreas). Insulin is the only hormone
that enables the organism to use sugar (the one that is found in various foods) as an energy source. Diabetes mellitus is
a medical condition that is caused by a pancreas that is unable to produce enough insulin. A patient who is suffering from
Insulin has very high blood sugar levels and needs to take in artificial insulin, or insulin that is produced by a pig's
pancreas (this hormone has proven itself to be highly similar to the one that is produced by a human's pancreas) to lower
his or her blood sugar levels. Insulin is usually prescribed in the treatment of diabetes mellitus.
Insulin is a popular drug that is usually prescribed in the treatment of patients who are suffering from diabetes mellitus.
However, Insulin can also be prescribed to treat some other disorders that have not been mentioned in this guide.
Alert your personal physician if you experience anything bothersome during your treatment with Insulin-Insulin.
In some countries Insulin may also be known as:
- Actraphane 10 20 30 40 50;
- Humaject M1 M2;
- Humalog Mix 25;
- Humulin 20/80 30/70 and 50/50;
- Humulin L;
- Humulin NPH;
- Humulin R;
- Humulin UL;
- Hypurin Isophane;
- Hypurin Neutral;
- Iletin II Pork Lente;
- Iletin II Pork NPH;
- Iletin II Pork Regular;
- Insuman Basal;
- Insuman Comb;
- Mixtard 20/80;
- NovoMix 30;
- Regular Iletin II;