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insulin pen

n.
A reusable or disposable penlike device to which a disposable needle is attached, used for injecting a desired dose of insulin to regulate blood sugar levels in people with diabetes.

insulin pen

An injector filled with insulin, used to administer specific doses of insulin subcutaneously.
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Healthcare company Novo Nordisk (NYSE:NVO) reported on Friday the receipt of Health Canada's approval for Levemir FlexTouch, a disposable prefilled insulin pen with Levemir (insulin detemir).
The American Diabetes Association's Resource Guide recommends that insulin pen needles should always be removed immediately after use.
Humalog Junior KwikPen, which is lighter and shorter than other half-unit insulin pens, provides an option for people who prefer a prefilled pen and need the precision of half-unit dosing, such as those with insulin sensitivity and some older adults for whom rounding to the nearest whole-unit dose is not adequate.
KwikPen is the third new insulin pen Lilly has launched in the last 12 months to help improve the daily management of diabetes.
Contract notice: insulin pens, insulin pens, and diabetes sampling devices
court Man tagged after incident in shop A man has been tagged after he brandished an insulin pen after he was caught shoplifting in aWishaw supermarket.
Grant Embleton held an insulin pen to his pal's neck, cut his ear with pliers and threatened to chop off his penis, after Mark asked him for PS15 he owed him.
A violent thug has been locked-up after he held an insulin pen to his pal's neck, cut his ear with pliers and threatened to chop off his penis.
"An insulin pen offers more accuracy, convenience and confidence to diabetes sufferers and we look forward to launching these high-tech devices here in the very near future," he added.
M2 PHARMA-July 20, 2018-Companion Medical wins CE Mark for InPen smart insulin pen
This will be the highest-capacity long-acting insulin pen to be available commercially, according to a company press release.
Sanofi said Admelog (insulin lispro injection, 100 units/ml) will be available in both vials and the SoloStar pen, which is the most-used disposable insulin pen platform in the United States.