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Which type of insulin has the longest duration of action?

Which type of insulin has the longest duration of action?
A) Rapidacting insulin
B) Shortacting insulin
C) Intermediateacting insulin
D) Longacting insulin

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Answer: D) Longacting insulin

Explanation: Longacting insulin (e.g., insulin glargine, insulin detemir) provides a basal level of insulin over an extended period (approximately 24 hours) and does not have a pronounced peak in action.

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