Take a baking tray and line with tin foil. Take another and do the same. Fill a bowl with rubbing alcohol snd soak the vials and rubbers for a bit. Clean some tongs with the alcohol, and wipe over the tin foil with cotton wool and alcohol, using the tongs shake off the excess alcohol from the vials place them upright on the tray, cover lightly with more cleaned tin foil and place in a hot oven for 45 mins. Take them out to cool (still covered) turn off oven and with the door open put in a tray with the rubbers on, be careful to not melt them. Remove when dry. Pour in sterile oils and using a surgical sterile glove place the rubbers on the visls. Cap and crimp.
The relative differences in pharmacokinetic properties between insulin aspart and soluble human insulin in elderly patients (65-83 years, mean age 70 years) with type 2 diabetes were similar to those observed in healthy subjects and in younger patients with diabetes. A decreased absorption rate was observed in elderly patients, resulting in a later t max (82 (interquartile range: 60-120) minutes), whereas C max was similar to that observed in younger patients with type 2 diabetes and slightly lower than in patients with type 1 diabetes.