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Apidra is used to treat diabetes in diabetic patients. Apidra costs around $277 for a bottle of 10 ml. You can receive up to 75% off the cost of the medication using the Apidra discount card and Apidra coupon card. If you're going to be paying cash for the medication, our Apidra coupon can be especially beneficial in helping with savings. Currently, there is no generic brand or alternative to Apidra, but the active ingredient is insulin glulisine. Optum Perks can provide the user with a way to enjoy savings. The coupons never expire and provide the user with a way to cash out with a better price on the Apidra cost. Click 'Get Free Coupon' to get the savings today.
Apidra should only be used with a physician's orders. It should be taken according to the packaging instructions, as well as those directed by the prescribing physician.
Apidra should be injected into the proposed site at least 15 minutes before a meal, or 20 minutes into a meal. It should be taken with each meal, as prescribed by your doctor in the dose prescribed.
The injection site may become sore or red after injection Apidra. New injection sites should be chosen when this occurs. Apidra is an insulin glulisine that will provide insulin coverage during and after mealtimes for around 2 to 4 hours.
Apidra dosage depends on the age and weight of the patient, as well as the insulin level and the Type of diabetes the patient has. The correct dose depends on a number of factors and the physician will provide you with an accurate dose based on them.
Apidra is used to treat Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes in adults and children over the age of 4.
Common side effects that come from taking Apidra include, but are not limited too: Reactions at the injection site such as redness, swelling or irritation, low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), sweating, shaking, trouble breathing, fast heartbeat, hunger, blurred vision, dizziness and tingling in the hands or feet
Speak with your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms. Hypoglycemia can become especially dangerous in diabetics taking this medication.
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