... What about us with not enough oral absorption time or glucose/ dextrose available? Before unconsciousness, and at familiar warning of severe hypoglycemic episodes /reactions, when from prior experiences and history has proven time is of critical importance and immediate absorption is necessary .? Am I the only one that feels it important to cover this type occurrence? Could more info be provided on behalf of the rarer of population with this occurance?
The instructions do cover self injection, although not very well and it's not a long statement as in most cases it is used by another person injecting the diabetic that is unconscious. Also it is to be used in a emergency situation, the idea is to save life, not just because you get low and don't have the forethought to carry fast acting glucose with you at all times. And with the cost at over $130 per shot, I think that $1.50 for 40 carbs of fast acting glucose is a bit less expensive and safer to use.
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