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Multiple Daily Injections

Introduction: Multiple Daily Injections

In reference to the treatment of Type 1 diabetes: Generally, Type 1 diabetics require an MDI regimen for tight diabetes control. A common regimen for Type 1 diabetics wanting strict control is the use of a longer-acting insulin once or twice a day ( to establish a "basal" level of insulin in the body), and a short-acting insulin as a "bolus" before every meal. Type 2 diabetics may start on fewer injections of insulin, sometimes in combination with pills, but may eventually require multiple daily injections.

Basic Information: Multiple Daily Injections

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