Published Studies Related to Novolog Mix 70 / 30 (Insulin Aspart Protamine Suspension / Insulin Aspart Injection)
Efficacy and tolerability of self-titrated biphasic insulin aspart 70/30 in patients aged >65 years with type 2 diabetes: an exploratory post hoc subanalysis of the INITIATEplus trial. [2011.07]
BACKGROUND: The Initiation of Insulin to reach A1C Target (INITIATEplus) trial studied the effect of self-titrating biphasic insulin aspart 70/30 (BiAsp 30) twice daily during 24 weeks in insulin-naive patients with type 2 diabetes who were poorly controlled by oral medication, and originally randomized according to frequency of dietary counseling interventions. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to compare the efficacy and tolerability of biphasic insulin aspart 70/30 (BIAsp 30, NovoLog Mix 70/30) in INITIATEplus patients </=65 versus >65 years old, irrespective of dietary counseling frequency, and to test the hypothesis that self-titrating BIAsp 30 in patients >65 years old could be well-tolerated and effective in this age group... CONCLUSIONS: Self-titrated biphasic insulin aspart 70/30 was found to be well-tolerated and effective in type 2 diabetes patients >65 years old, as well as in patients </=65 years old. HbA(1c) and fasting plasma glucose decreases were significantly (P < 0.05) higher for patients >65 years old versus patients </=65 years old. Tolerability was indicated by major and minor hypoglycemia rates at or below <0.5 episodes ppy in both age groups. Overall rates of AE and serious AEs were higher among patients > 65 years; withdrawals related to AEs were 2% compared with 1.3% in the younger age group. Copyright (c) 2011 Elsevier HS Journals, Inc. All rights reserved.
Prandial inhaled insulin plus basal insulin glargine versus twice daily biaspart insulin for type 2 diabetes: a multicentre randomised trial. [2010.06.26]
BACKGROUND: Insulin therapy is often a delayed strategy in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus because it is associated with weight gain, hypoglycaemia, and the need for subcutaneous injections. We aimed to assess the efficacy and safety of prandial Technosphere inhaled insulin compared with twice daily biaspart insulin... INTERPRETATION: This study is part of a large clinical development programme addressing the efficacy and tolerability of use of Technosphere inhaled insulin in a wide variety of patients. FUNDING: MannKind. Copyright 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
A(1c) control in a primary care setting: self-titrating an insulin analog pre-mix (INITIATEplus trial). [2009.11]
PURPOSE: To study glycemic control and hypoglycemia development upon initiation of insulin through a self-titration schedule in a 24-week trial, conducted with 4875 insulin-naive patients with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes, predominantly in a primary care setting... CONCLUSION: In the primary care setting, self-titration of biphasic insulin aspart 70/30 was effective in achieving recommended HbA(1c) goals even with minimal dietary counseling.
Efficacy and safety of biphasic insulin aspart 70/30 versus exenatide in subjects with type 2 diabetes failing to achieve glycemic control with metformin and a sulfonylurea. [2009.01]
CONCLUSIONS: Significantly more T2DM patients (poorly controlled with combination metformin/sulfonylurea) achieved glycemic goals when treated with BIAsp 30 than with exenatide. The high baseline HbA1c values (approximately 10.2%) and the long duration of diabetes (approximately 9 years) suggests that some subjects may have been in an advanced stage of their diabetes and may not have had sufficient beta-cell function for a GLP-1 mimetic to be effective. The insulin-treated groups had more minor hypoglycemic events and weight gain but less gastrointestinal side-effects. In summary, BIAsp 30 was more efficacious in helping patients with high baseline HbA1c achieve glycemic goals. Clinical trial registration: www.clinicaltrials.gov, NCT00097877.
Postprandial versus preprandial dosing of biphasic insulin aspart in elderly type 2 diabetes patients. [2004.10]
Preprandial dosing (within 5 min before meal) and postprandial dosing (15-20 min after meal onset) of NovoLog Mix 70/30 (BIAsp 30, a biphasic formulation of insulin aspart, 30% soluble and 70% protamine-crystallized) were compared in elderly (> or =65 years) type 2 diabetes patients in this open-label, 12-week, crossover study...
Clinical Trials Related to Novolog Mix 70 / 30 (Insulin Aspart Protamine Suspension / Insulin Aspart Injection)
A Study to Evaluate the Effect of Nasal Insulin on Postprandial Glycemic Control in Type 2 Diabetic Patients [Completed]
Insulin is a hormone which is produced by the human pancreas for the lowering of blood
sugar. In patients who don't produce enough insulin, additional insulin must be given
several times per day by injections. Nastech Pharmaceutical Company Inc. has developed a new
insulin nasal spray, as a possible way to improve patient compliance with intensive insulin
treatment plans. This study is being conducted to see how Nastech's insulin nasal spray
affects post-meal glucose levels compared with rapid acting insulin (i. e., insulin aspart)
in Type 2 diabetics who are already taking oral antidiabetic medications and/or insulin
therapy. Insulin aspart is marketed as NovoLog┬« in the United States. The safety of
insulin nasal spray and how well it is tolerated as compared to NovoLog will also be
Comparison of Premixed Insulins Aspart 30, Aspart 70 and Aspart on Postprandial Lipids [Completed]
The aim of the study is to investigate meal-related treatment with either premixed Insulin
Aspart 30, Aspart 70 and Aspart with regard to postprandial glucose, triglyceride and free
fatty acids excursions after a standard breakfast and lunch.
Investigation of the Impact of Different Application Volumes of Insulin Aspart in Subjects With Type 1 Diabetes [Completed]
Rationale: For the development of a closed loop system, faster insulin absorption after
bolus administration could help to reduce the system's delay and thus increase patient
safety. It has been shown that regular insulin absorption is faster when injecting insulin
with a sprinkler needle (containing holes in the walls and being sealed at the tip). The
current study will evaluate the impact of different application volumes on pharmacokinetic
and pharmacodynamic properties of rapid acting insulin analogue (insulin aspart).
Objective: To compare the pharmacokinetic response (based on the time to maximum observed
serum insulin concentration) and pharmacodynamic properties of rapid acting insulin aspart
after subcutaneous injection of a defined dose (volume) at 1 versus 9 injection sites in
patients with type 1 diabetes.
Study design: Monocentric, randomised, controlled, two-arm cross-over intervention study.
Population: Twelve type 1 diabetic subjects
Intervention: The investigational treatment is the subcutaneous administration of insulin
aspart either as one bolus of 18 IU at one injection site or as 9 separately and
simultaneously applied bolus of 2 IU each at 9 separate injection sites. Serum and plasma
samples to assess pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties will be taken during an
8-hour clamp experiment. Patients will undergo both investigational treatments in a
randomized order; between the two clamp visits there will be a wash-out period of 5-21 days.
Main study endpoint: Time to maximum observed serum insulin aspart concentration.
Bioequivalence of Two NovoLog´┐Ż Formulations in Subjects With Type 1 Diabetes [Completed]
This trial is conducted in the United States of America (USA). The aim of this trial is to
evaluate the clinical performance of two formulations of insulin aspart (NovoLog«) in
subjects with type 1 diabetes.
The Effect of Insulin Glulisine Compared With Insulin Aspart on Breakfast Post Prandial Glucose Levels in Prepubertal Children [Completed]
To determine whether insulin glulisine decreases the breakfast post prandial glycemic
excursion in comparison to insulin aspart.
Reports of Suspected Novolog Mix 70 / 30 (Insulin Aspart Protamine Suspension / Insulin Aspart Injection) Side Effects
Blood Glucose Increased (15),
Diabetes Mellitus Inadequate Control (7),
Blood Glucose Decreased (7),
Hypoglycaemic Unconsciousness (4),
Medication Error (3),
Cardiac Failure Congestive (3), more >>