Introduction to Glaritus 40IU/ml Injection

It is a type of insulin, specifically classified as long-acting insulin, with Insulin Glargine as its active ingredient. It is used to manage and control blood sugar levels in individuals with diabetes.

It works gradually to provide a steady release of insulin over an extended period, helping to maintain consistent blood sugar levels between meals and throughout the night.

Use it in dose and duration as prescribed by your doctor.

How Glaritus 40IU/ml Injection Works?

Glaritus 40IU/ml Injection is a long-acting insulin that provides consistent, all-day sugar control. It works like your bodys natural insulin. Insulin facilitates reuptake of sugar in muscle and fat cells and also suppresses the production of sugar in the liver.

How To Use Glaritus 40IU/ml Injection

  • Your doctor or nurse will give you this medicine. Kindly do not self administer.

Benefits Of Glaritus 40IU/ml Injection

  • It managing diabetes by releasing insulin.

Side Effects Of Glaritus 40IU/ml Injection

  • Hypoglycemia (low blood glucose level)
  • Injection site allergic reaction
  • Lipodystrophy (skin thickening or pits at the injection site)

Safety Advice For Glaritus 40IU/ml Injection

check for risk indication explain below.

  • High risk
  • Moderate risk
  • Safe

Alcohol

Moderate alcohol consumption and closely monitor blood sugar levels.

Pregnancy

Consult your doctor for insulin dose adjustments during pregnancy.

Breast feeding

Discuss insulin management with your healthcare provider if you are breastfeeding.

Driving

Be aware of hypoglycemia symptoms while driving; check blood sugar levels regularly.

Kidney

Inform your doctor about any kidney issues for personalized insulin dosage adjustments.

Liver

Inform your doctor about any liver issues for personalized insulin dosage adjustments.

Alcohol

Moderate alcohol consumption and closely monitor blood sugar levels.

Pregnancy

Consult your doctor for insulin dose adjustments during pregnancy.

Breast feeding

Discuss insulin management with your healthcare provider if you are breastfeeding.

Driving

Be aware of hypoglycemia symptoms while driving; check blood sugar levels regularly.

Kidney

Inform your doctor about any kidney issues for personalized insulin dosage adjustments.

Liver

Inform your doctor about any liver issues for personalized insulin dosage adjustments.