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Glucogel Bottle 80g

Glucogel 80g is a glucose gel specifically tailored for the prompt treatment of hypoglycaemia, the condition of low blood sugar frequently encountered by those with diabetes. The gel’s application is straightforward, making it ideal for individuals aware of their declining sugar levels and seeking a swift remedy to elevate it.

Original price was: £11.95.Current price is: £10.99.

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Description

  • Fast-acting glucose: It helps raise blood sugar levels rapidly.
  • Easy to use, swallow, and carry: Convenient for managing low blood sugar events.
  • Recyclable packaging: Both the tube and bottle are recyclable.
  • Contains no artificial coloring.
  • Made in England.

Instructions for use:

  • Tube: Take 1 tube to manage a hypoglycaemic attack. Twist the cap off the tube, squeeze the contents into the mouth, and gently massage it into the cheek. Each tube is single-use and should be discarded once the required amount is administered.
  • Bottle: Take approximately 1/3 of the bottle to manage a hypoglycaemic attack. Twist the cap off the bottle, squeeze the required amount (1/3) into the mouth, and gently massage it into the cheek (1/3 bottle is marked on the label). Glucogel remaining in the bottle can be kept until the best before end date printed on the bottle.

Dose:

  • NICE guidelines recommend taking between 10 and 20g of carbohydrate (glucose) for treatment of a hypoglycaemic attack.
  • 1 tube = 10g glucose
  • 1/3 bottle = approximately 10g glucose

Warnings:

  • For oral use only (not to be given to unconscious individuals as it may present a choking hazard).
  • Do not use after the best before end date.
  • Do not exceed the recommended dosage.
  • Store at room temperature (refrigeration does not change the composition but makes it thicker and harder to administer).
  • Not recommended for children under 5 years of age (choking hazard).

Remember to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice related to managing hypoglycaemia. 🌟