Lantus Vial (Insulin Glargine)

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Lantus Vial
Insulin Glargine


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Lantus Vial Drug Info (Pack with 1 x 10 mL Vial)


    Lantus vial contains Lantus insulin, which is a scientific name for insulin glargine, a long-acting insulin solution. Its absorption, distribution and metabolism in the body is very similar to naturally occurring human produced insulin that is found in people who do not have diabetes.


    Lantus works by simulating the action of naturally occurring insulin, which regulates the control of blood sugar levels in the body. The primary function of insulin (including insulin glargine, the kind used in Lantus) is the regulation of sugar metabolism. It lowers blood sugar levels by stimulating blood sugar absorption from the blood into skeletal muscle and fat cells, and by blocking sugar production by the liver.


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Lantus (Insulin Glargine)

Lantus is a long-acting insulin that helps control blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. It contains insulin glargine, a man-made form of insulin that works slowly and consistently over time to keep blood sugar levels stable.

Why Choose Lantus?

  1. Long-Acting Insulin – Lantus provides a steady release of insulin over 24 hours, helping to maintain consistent blood sugar levels throughout the day and night.
  2. Flexibility – Lantus can be taken once daily, at any time, as long as it is taken at the same time each day.
  3. Compatibility – Lantus can be used in combination with other fast-acting or short-acting insulin injections for optimal blood sugar control.
  4. Simple to use – Lantus is available in a pre-filled pen (Lantus SoloSTAR) and vials, offering convenience and ease of use.

How to use Lantus?

Using Lantus correctly is crucial for effective blood sugar management. Please follow these steps and consult your healthcare provider for personalized instructions.

  1. Check the label – Before each use, ensure that you have the correct insulin type and concentration.
  2. Prepare the injection site – Clean the skin at the injection site with an alcohol swab, and allow it to dry completely.
  3. Dose Preparation – If using a Lantus vial, draw the prescribed dose into an insulin syringe. If using a Lantus SoloStar pen, attach a new needle and prime the pen according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Dial the prescribed dose.
  4. Dispose of the needle – Safely discard the used needle or pen in a sharps container.
  5. Record your dose – Keep track of your insulin doses, blood sugar levels, and any reactions to help your healthcare provider make adjustments to your diabetes management plan as needed.

Important Safety Information about Lantus

Before using Lantus, inform your healthcare provider about any allergies, medical conditions, or medications you are taking. Lantus should be used with caution in pregnant and breastfeeding women, and only if the potential benefits outweigh the risks.

Fact Table for Lantus

Fact Category Fact Details
Product Name Lantus
Generic Name Insulin Glargine
Type Long-Acting Insulin
Indications Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, and Gestational Diabetes
Suitable Age Range Adults and Children Aged 6 Years and Older
Dosage Individualized; Taken Once Daily at the Same Time Each Day
Key Features Long-Acting Insulin, Flexibility, Compatibility, Simplicity
Administration Subcutaneous Injection
Storage Refrigerate Until Expiration Date; Store at Room Temperature (Below 86°F/30°C) for Up to 28 Days Once in Use

Common Side Effects of Lantus

As with all insulin, Lantus can cause side effects. The most common side effect is low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), which can be managed by monitoring blood sugar levels regularly and adjusting insulin doses accordingly. Other possible side effects include

  • Injection site reactions (redness, swelling, itching)
  • Weight gains
  • Swelling of hands, feet, or ankles

How Can You Buy Lantus?

You can order Lantus using these methods on our website:

  1. Order Online
  2. Order by Phone
  3. Order by Fax
  4. Order your refills

Visit our How to order page.

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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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