This is one of my drug name pronunciation episodes. Today, we’re talking about Insulin Icodec. It’s a once weekly injectable insulin.
In my pronunciation episodes, I break drug names down into syllables, explain which syllable(s) have the emphasis, reveal the source(s) of the information, and put the written pronunciation(s) in the show notes so that you see them and use them right away.
If you’re new to my pronunciation episodes, welcome! The purpose of these pronunciation episodes is to provide the intended pronunciations of drug names from reliable sources so that you feel more confident saying them and less frustrated learning them. I hope this episode helps you!
[In SUL in] EYE koe dek
The first syllable, EYE, gets the emphasis.
EYE, like an eyeball
koe, like co-pilot
dek, like a deck of cards
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Links from this episode
Insulin Icodec once weekly insulin
USP Dictionary Online (USAN)
United States Adopted Name (USAN) Drug Finder (Source: American Medical Association’s website)
USP Dictionary’s (USAN) pronunciation guide (Source: American Medical Association’s
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