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If you take insulin or sulfonylureas, your blood sugar could drop too low. Low blood sugar emergencies can happen unexpectedly, and demand quick action. You need a safety net when it matters most. Be ready with Gvoke HypoPen® (glucagon injection), a ready-to-use rescue pen for very low blood sugar in people with diabetes ages 2 and above. Gvoke® shouldn’t be used if you have a tumor in the gland on top of your kidneys, called pheochromocytoma, or if you have a tumor in your pancreas called insulinoma- visit gvokeglucagon.com for more safety information.

INFORMATIVE ARTICLES

Hypoglycemia Treatment Plan
“Do You Have a Hypoglycemia Treatment Plan? Be Ready, Just in Case!”
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Holiday Blood Sugars: Planning for the Unplanned
“The Holidays and Blood Sugars: Planning for the Unplanned”
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“Educate Your Inner Circle on Hypoglycemia: It Could Save Your Life!”
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“Expect the Unexpected When It Comes to Severe Hypoglycemia in T2D”
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“Treating a Low: When to Consume Sugar & When to Use Glucagon”
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“A Renaissance in Glucagon: Ready to Use, Ready to Have!”
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