Hi everyone,Just wondering if anyone uses the Novolog Flexpen. Our hospital does, but when I was oriented (a year ago) I was told by my preceptor that a lot of people don't trust that they give the correct dose, so they draw it up in an insulin syringe. I have been doing that I was talking to our manager today and she said that doing that jams the pen, plus potentially throwing off the dosing for those who would use the pen with the adaptive needle. I also brought up the points of - pts in isolation (do we leave the insulin in the room, or break isolation) and patients who get other insulins that could be mixed with Novolog (go ahead and stick them twice because it is the pen?). It appears that the entire hospital needs to do one or the other though because those of us who are drawing it up to verify dose are screwing up the pens for those who use them with the adapter needle. Just wondering what you all think of this. Do you think the pen is accurate in dosing? Do you leave the insulin in isolation patient's rooms? Stick them twice if the insulin could be mixed?