Italian multicentre study of intensive therapy with insulin lispro in 1184 patients with Type 1 diabetes.

@article{Valle2001ItalianMS,
  title={Italian multicentre study of intensive therapy with insulin lispro in 1184 patients with Type 1 diabetes.},
  author={Domenico Valle and Domenico Santoro and Phyllis Bates and L Scarpa},
  journal={Diabetes, nutrition & metabolism},
  year={2001},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={126-32}
}
Insulin lispro is absorbed more rapidly and has a shorter duration of action than regular human insulin. It improves glycaemic control but large-scale studies are required to identify regimens that optimise efficacy and safety with local dietary habits. This study involved 1184 Italian patients with Type 1 diabetes, randomised to insulin lispro (n=586) or regular human insulin (n=598) as pre-meal bolus for 3 months. Optimisation of basal NPH insulin was carried out in both groups. The number of… CONTINUE READING

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