Question of the Week | July 14, 2020

RJ is 15 years old and starting on basal-bolus insulin. The diabetes specialist reviews the signs of hypoglycemia and provides information on glucagon rescue medications.

Which of the following statements is most accurate?

  1. A glucagon is an injectable form of glucose.
  2. Injectable glucagon rescue medications are to be injected subcutaneously only.
  3. Nasal glucagon must be inhaled to increase glucose levels.
  4. Premixed glucagon liquid solution is approved for children two years and older.

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