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How long can Tresiba be out of the fridge?

Medically reviewed by Melisa Puckey, BPharm. Last updated on June 24, 2020.

How long can unopened or unused Tresiba last out of the fridge? How long does opened or in-use Tresiba last out of the fridge?

Official Answer

by Drugs.com

How long can Tresiba be out of the fridge?

Tresiba (insulin degludec) can last out of the fridge, at room temperature (below 86°F [30°C]), for 56 days (8 weeks). This includes Tresiba that is in-use (opened) and not in-use (unopened). After this time Tresiba should be discarded.

Storage Conditions and shelf life for Tresiba:

Not in-use (unopened)

In-use (opened)

Refrigerated
(36°F to 46°F

[2°C to 8°C])

Room Temperature
(below 86°F [30°C])

Room Temperature
(below 86°F [30°C])

Refrigerated
(36°F to 46°F

[2°C to 8°C])

3 mL single-patient-use Tresiba
U-100 FlexTouch

Until expiration date

56 days
(8 weeks)

56 days
(8 weeks)

56 days

(8 weeks)

10 mL multiple-dose Tresiba U-100 Vial

Until expiration date

56 days
(8 weeks)

56 days
(8 weeks)

56 days

(8 weeks)

3 mL single-patient-use Tresiba
U-200 FlexTouch

Until expiration date

56 days
(8 weeks)

56 days
(8 weeks)

56 days

(8 weeks)

References

Tresiba Prescribing Information www.drugs.com/pro/tresiba.html

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