From a medical article:
Insulin regimen was categorized as 1) basal-bolus using the insulin pump, 2) basal-bolus with glargine plus rapid-acting insulin, 3) multiple daily injections (MDI) with ≥3 injections/day, using glargine plus more than/or other than rapid-acting insulin type, 4) MDI with ≥3 injections/day, using any insulin types excluding basal insulin, or 5) 1 to 2 injections/day, excluding glargine .
A translator on a translators' forum asked about this phrase, and I could not make heads or tails of it.
It is at all comprehensible to a native speaker?
I know that diabetics often use one or two shots of long-acting (basal) insulin a day. Glargine requires a single shot a day. On top of that, you inject some short-acting insulin as needed, after meals.
Still I cannot understand this particular tangle of than\or\other than.