Fiasp

Insulin Fiasp Vial

Insulin Fiasp Vial

100u/mL – 1 vial
Insulin Fiasp Cartridge

Insulin Fiasp Cartridge

100u/mL – 5 cartridges
Insulin Fiasp Flex Touch

Insulin Fiasp Flex Touch

100u/mL – 5 pens

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Fiasp differ from other insulins?

Fiasp contains the same insulin as regular insulin but has added ingredients that help it work more rapidly. This allows it to start working within minutes after injection, making it faster than other rapid-acting insulins.

What type of diabetes is Fiasp used for?

Fiasp is intended for adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes to control blood sugar levels after meals.

How is Fiasp administered?

Fiasp is an insulin that is injected under the skin (subcutaneously). It is usually administered right before or soon after starting a meal.

What are the common side effects of Fiasp?

Common side effects of Fiasp may include low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), injection site reactions, itching, rash, or redness at the injection site. Always consult a healthcare professional for guidance on managing these side effects.

How quickly does Fiasp start working, and how long does it last?

Fiasp starts working within minutes after injection, making it a rapid-acting insulin. Its effects can last up to several hours, but the duration can vary from person to person.

Can Fiasp be mixed with other insulins?

Fiasp should not be mixed with other insulins. It should be administered separately using a different injection site.

Is Fiasp suitable for use in children or adolescents?

Fiasp’s safety and effectiveness in children and adolescents have not been established. It is typically approved for use in adults with diabetes.

Can Fiasp be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding?

If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breastfeeding, it’s important to consult a healthcare professional before using Fiasp. They can advise on the best course of action based on individual circumstances.

How should Fiasp be stored?

Fiasp should be stored according to the manufacturer’s instructions, usually in the refrigerator when unopened. Once in use, it can be stored at room temperature for a certain period. Always check the product labeling for specific storage guidelines.