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After More Than Six Years, Back to Novolog

Caleb started using Apidra when he was seven years old after about four years of pumping Novolog. I noticed immediate change in Caleb’s blood glucose control with Apidra. There was less of a need to prebolus. Seemingly never ending insulin tails were eliminated. We could safely be more aggressive with corrections and get him into range quicker. […]
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