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Lente insulin | definition of Lente insulin by Medical . . . Related to Lente insulin: Ultralente insulin in·su·lin zinc sus·pen·sion a sterile buffered suspension with zinc chloride, usually containing 100 units per mL; the solid phase of the suspension consists of a mixture of seven parts of crystalline insulin and three parts of amorphous insulin
Lente insulin Drug Information, Professional - Drugs. com INSULIN ZINC SUSPENSION (LENTE INSULIN) USP Usual adult and adolescent dose Type 1 diabetes Initial: Subcutaneous, a total insulin dose is 0 5 to 0 8 USP Insulin Unit per kg of body weight as a single dose, depending on insulin type, or 0 5 to 1 2 USP Insulin Units per kg of body weight per day in divided doses
lente - Wiktionary lente in Charlton T Lewis and Charles Short (1879) A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press; lente in Charlton T Lewis (1891) An Elementary Latin Dictionary, New York: Harper Brothers; lente in Gaffiot, Félix (1934) Dictionnaire Illustré Latin-Français, Hachette
Lente Medical Definition | Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary Medical definition of lente: a preparation of insulin zinc suspension that contains insulin in both crystalline and amorphous form in the approximate ratio of 7:3 and has a duration of action that is relatively shorter than Ultralente insulin —formerly a U S registered trademark
Lent | Define Lent at Dictionary. com the compound probably refers to the increasing daylight Cf similar form evolution in Dutch lente (Middle Dutch lentin), German Lenz (Old High German lengizin) "spring " Church sense of "period between Ash Wednesday and Easter" is peculiar to English
Lent - Wikipedia The English word Lent is a shortened form of the Old English word lencten, meaning "spring season", as its Dutch language cognate lente (Old Dutch lentin) still does today A dated term in German, Lenz (Old High German lenzo), is also related
Festina lente - Wikipedia Festina lente or speûde bradéōs (σπεῦδε βραδέως) is a classical adage and oxymoron meaning "make haste slowly" (sometimes rendered in English as "more haste, less speed") It has been adopted as a motto numerous times, particularly by the emperors Augustus and Titus, the Medicis and the Onslows