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What is the Glucagon Emergency Kit?

The Glucagon Emergency Kit is a simple, handy tool for managing low blood sugar (severe hypoglycemia) in people with diabetes. It comes in a bright orange case, making it easy to spot and use quickly, whether at home or on the go.

Inside the kit, you will find a vial of Glucagon for injection and a syringe containing sterile water for mixing. Glucagon effectively raises blood sugar levels when they fall to dangerously low levels.

Note that Glucagon should not be used if you have certain medical conditions like adrenal gland tumors or insulinomas in the pancreas, or if you’re allergic to glucagon or its ingredients.

How Does Glucagon Emergency Kit Work?

The Glucagon Emergency Kit uses glucagon to quickly raise your blood sugar during a severe hypoglycemic episode. When injected, glucagon signals your liver to release stored sugar into your bloodstream.

This stored sugar, called glycogen, is converted into glucose, which your body uses for energy. This is important for people with diabetes who may experience very low blood sugar at any time.

Dosage Information and Usage

Dosage Form and Strengths of Glucagon Emergency Kit

  • 1 mg single-dose vial of Glucagon for Injection
  • 1 mL single-dose syringe with Sterile Water for Injection, USP (Glucagon Emergency Kit for Low Blood Sugar)

Steps for Usage

  • Read Instructions:
    • Familiarize yourself with the instructions before an emergency.
    • Show your family and caregivers where the kit is stored and how to use it.
  • Prepare the Kit:
    • Open the kit and take out the vial of Glucagon and the syringe with sterile water.
    • Check that the vial’s orange cap is firmly attached. Do not use if loose or missing.
  • Mix the Solution:
    • Remove the orange cap from the vial.
    • Pull the needle cover off the syringe.
    • Insert the syringe needle into the vial’s rubber stopper.
    • Push the syringe plunger to empty the water into the vial.
    • Gently swirl the vial until the powder dissolves completely. Do not shake.
  • Draw the Solution:
    • Turn the vial and syringe upside down.
    • Draw all the liquid back into the syringe, checking for air bubbles and removing them if necessary.
  • Administer the Injection:
    • Choose an injection site: upper arms, thighs, or buttocks.
    • Pinch the skin at the injection site and insert the needle.
    • Push the plunger until the syringe is empty.
  • After Injection:
    • Remove the needle and press on the injection site with gauze or a cotton ball.
    • Turn the person on their side to prevent choking if they vomit.
    • Call for emergency medical help immediately.
    • If there’s no response after 15 minutes, give another dose if available.
    • Once the person is awake and able to swallow, give them a fast-acting sugar source (like juice) and a long-acting sugar source (like a sandwich).
  • Storage and Disposal:
    • Store Glucagon at room temperature, out of light, and do not freeze.
    • Use mixed Glucagon right away and discard any unused portion.
    • Dispose of used syringes in a puncture-resistant container.
  • Follow-Up:
    • Inform the doctor every time Glucagon is used, as diabetes medication may need adjustment.

How to Dispose the Glucagon Emergency Kit

After using a Glucagon pre-filled syringe, put it immediately in an FDA-cleared sharps disposal container. Do not throw loose needles and syringes in the trash.

If you don’t have a sharps container, use a heavy-duty plastic container with a tight, puncture-resistant lid.

Make sure the container is upright, stable, leak-resistant, and clearly labeled as hazardous waste.

When the container is almost full, follow your community’s guidelines for proper disposal.

Side Effects of Glucagon Emergency Kit

Common Side Effects

  • Swelling at the injection site
  • Redness at the injection site
  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Decreased blood pressure
  • Weakness
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Pale skin
  • Diarrhea
  • Sleepiness or drowsiness

Serious but Rare Side Effects

  • High blood pressure, especially in people with tumors in their adrenal glands
  • Low blood sugar in people with tumors in their pancreas (insulinomas and Glucagonomas) due to excess insulin production
  • Serious allergic reactions
    • rash,
    • difficulty breathing,
    • low blood pressure

Warnings and Precautions

  • Catecholamine Release in Pheochromocytoma Patients: Glucagon can cause the release of hormones from certain tumors (pheochromocytomas), leading to dangerous spikes in blood pressure. Do not use Glucagon if you have this type of tumor.
  • Hypoglycemia in Patients with Insulinoma: In people with insulin-producing tumors (insulinomas), Glucagon might cause a quick rise in blood sugar followed by a dangerous drop. If low blood sugar symptoms appear, take glucose orally or intravenously.
  • Hypersensitivity and Allergic Reactions: Some people may have severe allergic reactions to Glucagon, such as rashes or trouble breathing. Seek medical help immediately if you experience these symptoms.
  • Lack of Efficacy in Patients with Decreased Hepatic Glycogen: Glucagon needs liver sugar stores to work. If you are starving or have certain conditions, Glucagon may not be effective. Use glucose treatment instead.
  • Necrolytic Migratory Erythema (NME): Continuous use of Glucagon might cause a specific skin rash (NME) that goes away when you stop using it. Discuss with your doctor if the benefits of continuous use outweigh the risks.
  • Hyperglycemia in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus when Used as a Diagnostic Aid: Using Glucagon in diabetics for diagnostic purposes can raise blood sugar levels. Monitor blood sugar levels and treat if necessary.
  • Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Rise in Patients with Cardiac Disease when Utilized for Diagnosis: Glucagon can raise heart rate and blood pressure, increasing heart workload. Monitor heart function and blood pressure during use if you have heart disease.
  • Hypoglycemia in Patients with Glucagonoma when Used as a Diagnostic Aid: In people with certain pancreatic tumors (glucagonomas), Glucagon might cause low blood sugar. Test for glucagon levels before treatment and monitor blood sugar during treatment. Use glucose if low blood sugar symptoms appear.

Overdosage of Glucagon Emergency Kit

If you take too much Glucagon, you might feel sick, vomit, or have stomach problems. Your blood pressure and heart rate might go up. It’s important to check your blood potassium levels, as these might drop and need correction.

If your blood pressure rises too much, a medicine called phentolamine mesylate can help lower it quickly for a short time. If you suspect an overdose, seek medical help right away.

Drug Interactions With Other Medications

  • Beta-blockers: People taking beta-blockers might experience a temporary rise in heart rate and blood pressure. Monitor heart rate and blood pressure.
  • Indomethacin: Glucagon might not raise blood sugar or could cause low blood sugar in people taking indomethacin. Indomethacin is a type of pain reliever called an NSAID.
  • Anticholinergic drugs: Using anticholinergic drugs with Glucagon for diagnostic purposes is not recommended. Anticholinergic drugs block a chemical in the body called acetylcholine. This stops nerve signals that control involuntary muscle movements and some other body functions.
  • Warfarin: Glucagon can increase the blood-thinning effects of warfarin.
  • Insulin: Blood sugar levels should be monitored when using Glucagon for diagnostic purposes in people taking insulin.

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We know that managing your health can be financially challenging, which is why we offer a cost-effective solution for your emergency glucagon needs. Our Glucagon Emergency Kit, priced at $441.00 (1mg/vial – 1 kit), is a life-saving medication designed to quickly raise blood sugar levels during severe hypoglycemic episodes.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

To use the Glucagon Emergency Kit, first prepare the kit by removing the vial of Glucagon and the syringe with sterile water.

Mix the sterile water into the vial of Glucagon and swirl gently until it dissolves. Draw the mixed Glucagon solution back into the syringe.

Administer the injection into a muscle such as the thigh, arm, or buttock. After giving the injection, seek medical help immediately. It’s important to read the detailed instructions provided with the kit and practice using it before an emergency occurs.

You should use the Glucagon Emergency Kit when you have severe low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and cannot eat or drink to raise your blood sugar levels. It’s meant for emergencies to help quickly increase your blood sugar.

No, the Glucagon Emergency Kit does not need to be refrigerated. Store it at room temperature between 68° to 77°F (20° to 25°C). Make sure to check the expiration date on the vial and do not use it if it has expired. Avoid freezing the Glucagon as well.

Yes, you can use the Glucagon Emergency Kit at home. This injection is given under the skin to rapidly treat individuals with diabetes who unexpectedly experience severe hypoglycemia.

Glucagon is typically given as a single dose of 1 milligram (mg) or 0.2 milliliters (mL) injected under the skin. If there is no response after 15 minutes, another dose of 1 mg or 0.2 mL can be given while waiting for emergency help.

No, you cannot buy Glucagon over the counter. Glucagon is only available with a prescription from your doctor.

The Glucagon Emergency Kit can last up to 24 months when stored at room temperature. Be sure to check the expiration date on the vial and do not use the kit if it is past that date.

You can inject Glucagon in the upper arm, thigh, or stomach. Do not inject Glucagon into a vein or muscle. Use the prefilled syringe or autoinjector for the injection.

Yes, Glucagon is approved by the FDA. The Glucagon Emergency Kit offers a cost-effective alternative to other emergency solutions, providing flexibility and choice for treating severe low blood sugar.

If you overdose, your blood sugar may remain high as your cells do not store sugar, resulting in symptoms such as high blood sugar, thirst, and hunger. Monitoring blood sugar levels is crucial, and seek medical assistance if an overdose is suspected.