Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019441/001.

Names and composition

"NOVOLIN 70/30" is the commercial name of a drug composed of INSULIN RECOMBINANT PURIFIED HUMAN and INSULIN SUSP ISOPHANE SEMISYNTHETIC PURIFIED HUMAN.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019441/001 NOVOLIN 70/30 INSULIN RECOMBINANT PURIFIED HUMAN; INSULIN SUSP ISOPHANE SEMISYNTHETIC PURIFIED HUMAN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 30 UNITS per ML and 70 UNITS per ML
019991/001 NOVOLIN 70/30 INSULIN RECOMBINANT HUMAN; INSULIN SUSP ISOPHANE RECOMBINANT HUMAN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 30 UNITS per ML and 70 UNITS per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019441/001 NOVOLIN 70/30 INSULIN RECOMBINANT PURIFIED HUMAN; INSULIN SUSP ISOPHANE SEMISYNTHETIC PURIFIED HUMAN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 30 UNITS per ML and 70 UNITS per ML
019585/001 MIXTARD HUMAN 70/30 INSULIN RECOMBINANT PURIFIED HUMAN; INSULIN SUSP ISOPHANE SEMISYNTHETIC PURIFIED HUMAN INJECTABLE/INJECTION 30 UNITS per ML and 70 UNITS per ML

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Answered questions

Novolin 70/30 Dosage?
how much do you take? Asked by Darby Canson 1 year ago.

This is a very serious medication. If your Doctor hasn't prescribed a dosage for you PLEASE don't take anybody's word for it. Answered by Kris Penick 1 year ago.

Strictly follow the instructions on the prescription label. Do not change dosage amounts. Your blood sugar will need to be checked often, and you may need other blood tests at your doctor's office. Ask your doctor if you are planning to inject insulin at home. Rotate injection sites. Do not inject in the same place twice in a row. Make sure that you vigorously shake the vial before use to ensure that mixture is mixed completely. Do not use the mixture if it has clumps or white particles in it after mixing, or if the white substance remains at the bottom of the vial. Do not re-use a disposable needle. Throw away used needles properly. Never share an injection pen or cartridge with another person. Sharing injection pens or cartridges can allow disease such as hepatitis or HIV to pass from one person to another. Answered by Shannon Budesa 1 year ago.


Is Novolog 70/30 and Novolin 70/30 insulin that same?
I was given insulin Novolog 70/30 by my doctor but at work my nurse gave me Novolin 70/30, is it generic insulin brand (same thing) or different insulin? Asked by Darrin Jindra 1 year ago.

I'm not finding good info by doing a web search...the best bet to getting a good quick answer would be to call a 24hr Pharmacy and ask the pharmacist - they can tell you for certain Answered by Frederic Morse 1 year ago.


Novolin 70/30 Dosage?
how much do you take? Asked by Wendie Rhine 1 year ago.

This is a very serious medication. If your Doctor hasn't prescribed a dosage for you PLEASE don't take anybody's word for it. Answered by Charla Dunagan 1 year ago.

Strictly follow the instructions on the prescription label. Do not change dosage amounts. Your blood sugar will need to be checked often, and you may need other blood tests at your doctor's office. Ask your doctor if you are planning to inject insulin at home. Rotate injection sites. Do not inject in the same place twice in a row. Make sure that you vigorously shake the vial before use to ensure that mixture is mixed completely. Do not use the mixture if it has clumps or white particles in it after mixing, or if the white substance remains at the bottom of the vial. Do not re-use a disposable needle. Throw away used needles properly. Never share an injection pen or cartridge with another person. Sharing injection pens or cartridges can allow disease such as hepatitis or HIV to pass from one person to another. Answered by Sharonda Town 1 year ago.


Is Novolog 70/30 and Novolin 70/30 insulin that same?
I was given insulin Novolog 70/30 by my doctor but at work my nurse gave me Novolin 70/30, is it generic insulin brand (same thing) or different insulin? Asked by Kia Raetz 1 year ago.

I'm not finding good info by doing a web search...the best bet to getting a good quick answer would be to call a 24hr Pharmacy and ask the pharmacist - they can tell you for certain Answered by Dean Bourget 1 year ago.


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