Savings Card & Patient Support Lantus® (insulin glargine
With commercial insurance: Pay as low as $0 and no more than $99 for a 30-day supply, valid up to 10 packs per fill. With no commercial insurance: Pay $99* for your monthly supply of any Sanofi insulins, valid for up to 10 vials or packs of pens per fill.
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Dosing Lantus® (insulin glargine injection) 100 Units/mL
Patients with T2DM: Lantus ® dosing. The recommended starting dose of Lantus ® in patients with type 2 diabetes who are not currently treated with insulin is 0.2 Units/kg or up to 10 Units once daily, adjusted to patient’s appropriate FPG target. One may need to adjust the amount and timing of short- or rapid-acting insulins and dosages of any oral anti-diabetic drugs
Learn How to Inject Lantus Lantus® (insulin glargine
SUPER: Take off the outer needle cap. Laura: Take off the outer needle cap and keep it to remove the used needle after injection. Take off the inner needle cap and discard it. Hold the pen with the needle pointing upwards. Then tap the insulin reservoir so that any air bubbles rise up towards the needle.
How to use your Lantus SoloStar pen
• After you have attached the needle, take off the outer needle cap and save it (you will need it to remove the needle after your injection). • Remove the inner needle cap and throw it away. Please click here for full Important Safety Information for Lantus. Please click here for full Prescribing Information for Lantus or scan QR code. 5
Diabetes Management Tools and Tips Lantus® (insulin
JIM Is a “gym guy” TED Not a “gym guy” Jim: Hi, I’m Jim. Ted: I’m Ted. Title: Get Fit with Ted. The “ungym” Workout. Jim: Welcome to “Get Fit with Ted,” where we’re going to take the workout out of the gym and into your home. Super: Ted. Taking Lantus ® (insulin glargine injection) 100 Units/mL SoloSTAR ® since 2009.. Super: (next to Ted) Lantus ® Mentor (next to Jim
Long Acting Insulin For Diabetes Lantus® (insulin
ONCE-DAILY LANTUS ® IS THE MOST PRESCRIBED 1 LONG-ACTING INSULIN. TESTED, TRUSTED, TAKEN. Every day, millions of people count on once-daily Lantus to help lower their A1C. And Lantus is only one of the many diabetes medicines made by Sanofi. To help learn which medicine may be right for you, select an option below.
Resources & Samples for Your Patients Lantus® (insulin
Take off the outer needle cap and keep it to remove the used needle after injection. Take off the inner needle cap and discard it. Hold the pen with the needle pointing upwards. Then tap the insulin reservoir so that any air bubbles rise up towards the needle. Press the button all the way in. Check if insulin comes out of the needle tip.