>Wash your hands.
>Check the medication name to make certain it is the thing that your specialist recommended. Check the close date on the pen. Try not to utilize a medication that is past the termination date. Likewise don't utilize if unfathomable of days recorded in table at end of this report once opened and being used.
>Expel pen top.
>Take a gander at the insulin.
>Short or fast acting insulin (Regular, Humalog, NovoLog, and Apidra) and Lantus or Levemir ought to seem clear. Try not to utilize it if the medication seems to have pieces in it or is stained.
>Middle of the road or blended insulin (NPH, 75/25, 70/30, or 50/50) will seem overcast and white. This kind of insulin ought to be delicately blended before utilize. To do this, roll the pen between your hands. You should likewise turn the pen here and there ten times as appeared in picture (Fig. 2).
>Take a gander at the insulin to make certain it is equitably blended (shady white) with no clustering of particles.
>Wipe the tip of the pen where the needle will connect with a liquor swab or a cotton ball saturated with liquor.
>Expel the defensive force tab frame the needle and screw it onto the pen until cozy (yet not very tight).
>Expel both the plastic external top and inward needle top.
>Take a gander at the measurement window and turn the dose handle to "2" units.
>Holding the pen with the needle indicating upwards, press the catch until no less than a drop of insulin shows up. This is the 'air shot' or wellbeing shot. Rehash this progression if necessary until a drop shows up (see figure at right).
>Dial the quantity of units you have to take.