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Rapid acting insulin
a) Lispro
b) Regular
c) NPH
d) Glargine

Intermediate acting insulin
a) NPH
b) Regular
c) Glargine
d) Lispro

Onset for rapid acting insulin
a) 10 minutes
b) 30 minutes
c) 1 hour
d) 4 hours

Onset for long acting
a) 1 hour
b) 4 hours
c) 30 min
d) 10 minutes

Onset for short acting
a) 30 minutes
b) 10 minutes
c) 1 hour
d) 4 Hours

Peak for short acting insulin
a) 2.5-5 hours
b) 1-4 hours
c) 10 minutes
d) 30 minutes

Action of biguinides
a) Decrease hepatic glucose production
b) Stimulate beta cells to release insulin
c) Delay glucose absorbtion
d) Help transport glucose into cells

Action of Sulfonylurea's
a) Stimulate beta cells to release insulin
b) Help transport glucose into cells
c) Decrease hepatic glucose production
d) Delay glucose absorbtion

The test for checking glucose levels over 8-10 weeks is
a) Hemoglobin A1c
b) Impaired glucose tolerance (IGT)
c) Fasting blood glucose
d) Fructosamine test

Tests that measure glucose bonded to a protien, shows glucose levels over 1-3 weeks
a) Fructosamine test
b) Hemoglobin A1c
c) Impaired glucose tolerance (IGT)
d) Fasting blood glucose

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