Humulin 30 / 70 Cartridge (Human Insulin)

Humulin 30 / 70 Cartridge
Insulin Injection Human Biosynthetic, Insulin Isophane Human Biosynthetic


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This is a refrigerated product.  A default $29.99 Express shipping fee is applied.  It will be shipped out in a insulated styrofoam container with gel and ice packs inside.  Parcels are shipped via Canada Post Express.

Humulin 30 / 70 Cartridge Drug Info (Pack with 5 cartridges x 3 mL)


    Humulin 30/70 cartridge is a combination of 70% Human Insulin Isophane Suspension (Humulin N) and 30% Human Insulin Injection (Humulin R). It is an intermediate-acting insulin combining the short action of Humulin R and the intermediate action of Humulin N. Humulin 30/70 is prepared as a sterile solution and should only be used via injection. It must not be used intravenously or intramuscularly. Humulin 30/70 cartridge is supplied in a package of five 3ml cartridges at a concentration of 100 units each.

    This product includes cartridges with 30% Humulin R and 70% Humulin N, the same formula included in Humulin 30/70 Vials. Cartridges are meant to be used for injections to help you regulate your sugar levels and manage your diabetes.


    Humulin 30/70 mix has a method of action similar to that of naturally occurring insulin. It begins to work approximately 30 to 60 minutes after administration, has its maximum effect between 2 and 8 hours after injection, and it stops working in the ranges of 18 to 24 hours later.

    The onset and duration of action comes from the mix of both Regular insulin (Humulin R) and isophane insulin (Humulin N). Regular insulin is a short acting insulin that begins working within 30 minutes and is active for about 5 to 8 hours, while insulin isophane (NPH) is an intermediate–acting insulin that starts to work within 90 minutes, peaks around about 6 to 10 hours and lasts approximately 24 hours.


    Always follow the health advice of your doctor or other healthcare professional.

    When taking Humulin 30/70, you may be required to modify your dosage from what you used to take with other insulins. If you need a dose modification, it may occur with the first dose or during the first few weeks or months.


    • Taking too much insulin

    • Skipping or delaying meals

    • An infection or illness (especially with diarrhea or vomiting)

    • Exercising or working strenuously prior a meal

    • Changes in your body’s insulin needs

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Dr. Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS is a practicing clinical pharmacist that works in primary care. He supports other members of the healthcare team including physicians, mid-level providers, nurses, and other clinical staff. He also likes to use his drug knowledge to inform his patients and the public about the benefits and risks they can expect from their medications. His clinical specialties include: anticoagulation, diabetes management, and psychiatric care.
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