With Child? Humalog Provides Better Control of BGs

| Aug 1, 2001

Pregnant women who use lispro (Humalog) have better blood-sugar control and few incidents of hypoglycemia during pregnancy, say researchers in both Germany and Colorado. In addition, German researchers say babies born to mothers who use Humalog have a better outcome and those in Colorado say the need for caesarian section is reduced in women who use Humalog.

Both groups of researchers, who presented their findings at the ADA's scientific sessions in June, compared Humalog use with Regular insulin.

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