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Adlyxin

Adlyxin – supplements to the diet and exercise routine for patients with diabetes mellitus type 2. Contains lixisenatide in its base. It cannot be a replacement of the insulin or a substitute for the main treatment and shouldn’t be prescribed to people with diabetes type 1.

Apidra

Apidra – an insulin medication for people with diabetes mellitus type 1 and type 2 for controlling blood glucose levels. Active substance – insulin glulisine. It belongs to short-acting insulins and is prescribed in combination with a long-acting one. Pens and vials are available on our website.

Byetta

Byetta is a medication brand of injectable solutions for patients with type 2 diabetes. Active substance – exenatide. It was created as a supplement to diets and exercises and can’t be a replacement for the actual insulin treatment.

Humalog

Humalog is an insulin brand by Eli Lilly and Company manufacturer for patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Active substance – insulin lispro. Depending on the composition, it may be an intermediate-acting or short-acting type of insulins. Vials, pens, and cartridges are available at Insulin.Store.

Humulin

Humulin – an insulin brand by Eli Lilly and Company manufacturer. The active substance is regular human insulin (human genetically engineered). This short-acting insulin may be prescribed to patients with diabetes type 1 and type 2 in combination with long-acting insulin. Vials, pens, and cartridges are available.

Lantus

Lantus – a brand of long-acting insulins for controlling blood glucose levels in people with diabetes mellitus type 1 and 2. It contains insulin glargine as an active substance and should be applied once per day. The medications come in the form of vials, pens, and cartridges.

Trulicity

Trulicity by Eli Lilly and Company – injectable insulin solution for patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. It is prescribed by the doctor in addition to the healthy diet and training program. This medication can be used together with other hypoglycemic drugs.

Victoza

Victoza – Novo Nordisk insulin medication for people with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Active substance – liraglutide. It is created for patients to use with a diet and training to improve blood sugar levels, as well as glycemic control.

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About Insulin pens

People with diabetes mellitus type 1 and type 2 have got a variety of available forms of release of insulin drugs available on the market:

  • insulin prefilled syringe
  • insulin vial
  • insulin pen
  • insulin cartridge
  • insulin pump

Most modern insulin brands like Adlyxin, Apidra, Basaglar, Bydureon, Byetta, Fiasp, Humalog, Humulin, Lantus, Levemir, Lucentis, Novolin, Novomix, NovoRapid, Saxenda, Tresiba, Trulicity, Victoza, and others are available in 2 and more forms of release for the patients’ convenience.

What Are Insulin Pens?

Insulin pens are gaining more and more popularity among patients with diabetes mellitus type 1 and type 2. These are injectable devices with inbuilt cartridges that contain insulin medication to reduce high blood sugar. The main reason for their increased popularity is the convenience and ease of usage and insulin administration.

The device is called an insulin pen because its body is in the shape of a pen. The device also consists of a fine needle to do the injections and a dial to set the needed dose of insulin preparation.

What Types of Insulin Pens Are Present on the Market?

In general, insulin pens can be divided into 2 types: disposable pens and reusable pens.

A disposable or prefilled pen contains a prefilled cartridge with insulin. When the drug is completely used, the pen should be discarded.

A reusable pen is a multi-usage device with cartridges that can be replaced. It means that you buy a pen once, and then you buy only cartridges with insulin.

This is the list of currently available brands of pens for insulin administration in our online pharmacy Insulin Store:

  • Apidra Solostar
  • Adlyxin Injection
  • Byetta 5mcg
  • Bydureon 4pack
  • Byetta 10mcg
  • Humalog Kwikpen 200 units
  • Humulin N KwikPens 100 units
  • Lantus Solostar
  • Levemir FlexTouch
  • Tresiba Flextouch 100 units
  • Tresiba Flextouch 200 units
  • NovoRapid (Novolog) FlexTouch
  • Trulicity
  • Victoza
  • Fiasp Flextouch

Please be aware that pharmaceutical companies, including Insulin Store, require a valid prescription from the doctor for purchasing insulin and insulin-like medications in any form of release.

How to Use Insulin Pen?

Whatever insulin manufacturer you are prescribed with, you should strictly follow the usage instructions, the injectable technique, and the dosage recommended by your doctor. These are basic recommendations for using the pens with injectable insulin:

  1. If using a new pen, remove it from the refrigerator 30 minutes before the usage.
  2. Check the expiration date and that the insulin is the correct type and strength.
  3. If necessary, insert a new cartridge into a reusable pen.
  4. Mix the insulin by gently rolling the pen between the palms of the hands.
  5. Tilt the pen up and down until the insulin is clear and smooth.
  6. Wash hands thoroughly.
  7. Remove the pen cap, and clean the top with alcohol.
  8. Firmly attach a new needle to the pen.
  9. Remove the needle caps while retaining the outer cap.
  10. Turn the dial to the correct dose.
  11. Double-check the dose before injecting.
  12. Clean the chosen injection site with alcohol, and allow the area to dry.
  13. Do not inject into areas that have wounds or bruising.
  14. If possible, vary the injection site to avoid lumps or swelling.
  15. Hold the pen to the injection site, being sure to follow any instructions on the packaging.
  16. Press the injection button.
  17. Wait for 10 seconds before removing the needle from the skin.
  18. Press on the injection site for 5 to 10 seconds, but do not rub the skin.
  19. Remove and safely dispose of the needle.
  20. Replace the cap on the pen.

How to Store Insulin Pen?

It is always important to get acquainted with professional medical advice from the manufacturer on how to store this or that brand of insulin, you may also ask your doctor.

In general, unopened preparations with insulin should be kept in the refrigerator at the temperature 2-5°C. You should not freeze the drug in any case. If frozen, the insulin drug cannot be used and should be discarded.

Once opened, the insulin pen should be kept at room temperature that does not exceed 25 °C in a dark and dry place far from the direct sunlight and out of reach of children. Different brands may require special conditions, so once again, check the instructions or ask the doctor for medical advice.

How to Buy Insulin Pens from Canada?

Insulin Store is one of the most reliable online pharmaceutical companies in Canada that ship treatment for diabetes mellitus to the USA. On our website, you will find a variety of medications for adult and adolescent patients, and even pets at one of the best insulin drug prices on the market.

How to place an order on Insulin Store? This is quite easy. First of all, you need to register on our website, indicating your name and home address. The next step is to attach a valid prescription for the drug for the doctor that will be manually checked by our managers. Upon successful verification of the document, you will be able to place an order on our site.

If you need any additional information, you may check the “How to Order” page or contact one of our customer support representatives. Our contact information: info@insulin.store, +1(833)-212-9289. We are always happy to help you out with any of your concerns.

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