Insulin allergy in clinical practice.

Abstract

Insulin allergy, either localized or systemic, is a clinical problem that may be encountered by nurse practitioners. Studies have shown that 10 to 37 percent of patients started on animal-source insulin developed an allergic reaction to the agent. With the advent of purified animal-source insulins and of human insulin, this number has decreased, but the… (More)

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