Which insulins do you or your child use?
Vote for all that apply
Short acting insulins
Long acting insulins
Premixed (70/30, etc.)
Don't use insulin
Which insulins do you or your child use?Poll dates: January 6 - 13, 2002
Total Votes: 1,200
Insulin users today have a great variety of products from which to choose. In the past few years, two fast-acting analogs (Humalog and NovoLog) and one long-acting analog (Lantus) have been introduced and have changed the way many people use insulin.
Compared with a similar poll we ran in March 2000, this poll shows a decline in the use of regular and NPH insulin, in favor of Humalog and NovoLog and Lantus. This table compares the results of this poll the previous poll:
Insulin 2002 2000 Short acting insulins Humalog 37% 35% NovoLog 3% -- Regular 4% 12% Long acting insulins NPH 28% 32% Lente 3% 4% Ultralente 5% 7% Lantus 11% -- Other Premixed 2% 5% Other insulin 2% 2%
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