Mixing insulin

by Cathy Parkes October 23, 2018

LevelUpRN Mixing Insulin Tip of the Day
When mixing insulin, remember CLEAR before CLOUDY. Inject air in longer-acting insulin, then inject air in shorter-acting insulin. Without withdrawing needle, draw up shorter-acting insulin, then draw up longer-acting insulin.


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