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Human mixtard and actrapid
What is the difference between human mixtard and human actrapid? Are they similar? Can i use one or the other as substitutes?
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They are conplcompletely different types of insulin. Actrapid is a short acting insulin whereas Mixtard as the name suggests is a combination of 2 insulins ( actrapid+ intermediate acting insulin). Hence they can not be used as a substitute to each other.
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