Novolin 70-30 Innolet
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Novolin 70/30 Innolet
A few people with diabetes develop red, swollen and itchy skin where the insulin has been injected. This is called a "local reaction" and it may occur if the injection is not properly made, if the skin is sensitive to the cleansing solution, or if you are allergic to the insulin being used. If you have a local reaction, tell your physician.
Generalized insulin allergy occurs rarely, but when it does it may cause a serious reaction, including skin rash over the body, shortness of breath, fast pulse, sweating, and a drop in blood pressure. If any of these symptoms develop, you should seek emergency medical care. If severe allergic reactions to insulin have occurred (i.e., generalized rash, swelling or breathing difficulties) you should be skin-tested with each new insulin preparation before it is used.
Read the Novolin 70/30 Innolet (70% nph, human insulin isophane suspension and 30% regular, human insulin injection) Side Effects Center for a complete guide to possible side effects
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Last reviewed on RxList: 3/27/2009
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