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Glucagon for Injection is used by adults and pediatric patients who have diabetes to treat severe low blood sugar. It may also be used to temporarily halt the movement of the gastrointestinal tract in adults during radiologic examinations.
The instructions that come with your Glucagon prescription should be followed. Go over the information with your family or caregivers. If you have any questions or concerns, you should talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
Glucagon Kits include a single-use vial of 1 mg Glucagon for Injection and a prefilled syringe of 1 mL of diluent for Glucagon.
Incorporate 1 mL of diluent into the glucagon vial. The vial should be swirled gently until the powder has dissolved and any particles can't be seen. Make sure that there are no particles or discoloration within the vial. The solution should be clear. If the solution appears cloudy or contains particulate matter, you should not use it. Next, the appropriate dose of Glucagon should be drawn up. Inject Glucagon subcutaneously, intramuscularly, or intravenously. Only healthcare professionals should perform intravenous injection. You should dispose of any unused medication after use.
Recommended dosage for the treatment of severe low blood sugar in adults and pediatrics who weigh 20 kg or more: inject 1 mg (1 mL) subcutaneously or intramuscularly into the upper arm, thigh, or buttocks. Another dose may be administered while waiting for emergency care if there is no response to the glucagon after 15 minutes.
Recommended dosage for treatment in pediatrics who weigh under 20 kg: Inject 0.5 mg (0.5 mL) or dose equal to 20 mcg to 30 mcg per kg subcutaneously or intramuscularly into the upper arm, thigh, or buttocks. Another dose may be administered while waiting for emergency care if there is no response to the glucagon after 15 minutes.
Store Glucagon for Injection at temperatures between 68°F-77°F (20°C-25°C).
Each Glucagon Emergency Kit includes 1 mg Glucagon for Injection and a prefilled syringe containing 1 mL of diluent.
If you have pheochromocytoma or insulinoma, you should not use glucagon.
If you have any allergy to glucagon or any of its excipients, you should not use glucagon.
If you have glucagonoma, you should not use glucagon as a diagnostic aid.
Immediately talk to your doctor if you develop side effects that persist or bother you. Some side effects associated with glucagon for Injection include: reactions at the injection site, nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness, weakness, paleness of the skin, diarrhea, drowsiness, and low blood pressure.