The original process of giving or receiving glucagon required mixing a powder with a liquid, which could then be administered using a large syringe and needle. As you can imagine, when you are in an emergency and need to administer glucagon into yourself or a loved one quickly, handling a syringe with a large needle, coupled with the mixing process for the medication itself, is extremely difficult. Learn more about the glucagon options that are available for people with diabetes in this week's article. Read more.
Do you have a glucagon in case of an emergency low?
Yes, but it’s expired.
No, but I have a prescription.
I do not keep a glucagon on hand.
I do not know what this is.