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Dasiglucagon (Zegalogue) for Severe Hypoglycemia
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The FDA has approved dasiglucagon (Zegalogue – Zealand) for subcutaneous (SC) treatment of severe hypoglycemia in patients ≥6 years old with diabetes. Dasiglucagon is the third glucagon product to be marketed in the US that does not require reconstitution before administration; Gvoke, a SC formulation approved for use in patients ≥2 years old, and Baqsimi, an intranasal powder approved for use in patients ≥4 years old, have been available since 2019. Injectable glucagon emergency kits (GlucaGen HypoKit, and generics) have been available for years, but they require reconstitution of the lyophilized powder immediately before administration. ... more
     
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