Fiasp® is insulin aspart in a formulation with a form of vitamin B3 (niacinamide), which speeds up how fast your body absorbs your Fiasp® dose to keep your insulin level stable.
Enters the bloodstream quickly after dosing
It enters your bloodstream in approximately 2½ minutes. This way, you can take Fiasp® at the start of the meal or 20 minutes after the start of a meal.
Fiasp® enters your bloodstream in about 2.5 minutes, giving more dose time options than NovoLog®.
Here are some questions to ask your health care provider when you discuss Fiasp®.
How would Fiasp® fit into my schedule?
Which Fiasp® delivery option is right for me?
Could taking Fiasp® at mealtimes help me achieve my blood sugar goals?
What can I expect during my first week on Fiasp®?
If you have private or commercial insurance, such as insurance you receive through an employer, you can register for a Fiasp® Savings Card. With the card, you may be eligible to pay as little as $25 per 30-day supply for up to 2 years (maximum savings up to $150 per 30-day supply) when you start Fiasp®.a
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Fiasp® has many delivery options available, including the FlexTouch® pen, PenFill® cartridge, and a vial to use with syringes or a pump. Talk to your doctor about which option may be right for you.