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Apidra(R) SoloSTAR(R), the Easy-to-Use Insulin Delivery Device from sanofi-aventis, Now Available in the United States
Date:4/20/2009

(R) eliminates the need for the patient to change cartridges.

Apidra(R) SoloSTAR(R) should be kept in cool storage (36 degrees F - 46 degrees F [ 2 degrees C - 8 degrees C ]) until first use. Once in use, it can be kept at room temperature, as long as it remains below 77 degrees F [ 25 degrees C ], away from direct heat and light, and can be used for up to 28 days.

Apidra(R) is from the maker of Lantus(R), the number one prescribed insulin.*

About Lantus(R) and Lantus(R) SoloSTAR(R)

Lantus(R) is the only 24-hour insulin approved exclusively for use once a day. Insulins have a "peak of action," which refers to the time at which insulin reaches its maximum effect in the body. With Lantus(R), the insulin is released into the bloodstream at a relatively constant rate throughout the day and night; therefore, it has no pronounced peak.

Lantus(R) SoloSTAR(R) is easy-to-use and requires six straightforward steps to use it properly. Lantus(R) SoloSTAR(R) eliminates the need for the patient to change cartridges.

Lantus(R) SoloSTAR(R) should be kept in cool storage ( 36 degrees F - 46 degrees F [ 2 degrees C - 8 degrees C ]) until first use. Once in use, it should be kept at room temperature, as long as it remains below 86 degrees F [ 30 degrees C ], away from direct heat or light, and can be used for up to 28 days.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION FOR APIDRA(R)

Prescription Apidra(R) is for adults with type 2 diabetes or adults and children (4 years and older) with type 1 diabetes to improve blood sugar control. Do not use Apidra(R) during a low blood sugar reaction (hypoglycemia) or if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in Apidra(R). Apidra(R) should normally be used with a longer-acting insulin.

Apidra(R) SoloSTAR(R) is a disposable prefilled insulin pen. Needles and the Apidra(R) SoloSTAR<
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