Gvoke is ready‑to‑use1

Use Gvoke when you experience any of the following:1

Have tried correcting with food or drink and it isn't working

Are unable to swallow safely

Feel like passing out

Pass out or have a seizure


You can even give Gvoke to yourself, in certain situations.

Show those around you how to use Gvoke before an emergency happens. They may need to administer Gvoke if you have severe low blood sugar.


Anyone can use Gvoke with 2 simple steps1,2

Pull red cap off of the Gvoke HypoPen®.
1

Pull red

cap off

Push yellow end into upper arm, lower stomach, or outer thigh; wait 5 seconds for the window to turn red.
2

Push yellow

end down on skin and hold 5 seconds. Window will turn red.

Administer into upper arm, stomach, or thigh.

911

Remember

After using Gvoke HypoPen, turn person on their side if they have passed out or are seizing. Call for emergency help.1

Gvoke HypoPen
Introduction Video

Reliable Administration: In studies, 99% of people were able to give Gvoke correctly2,3*

*

Usability study with simulated emergency conditions.

Gvoke® (glucagon injection) Copay Card

Gvoke, now with
$0 copay offer

Eligible commercially insured patients may
pay as little as $0 for Gvoke. Ask your doctor
about $0 copay.

Eligible commercially insured patients may pay as little as $0 for Gvoke. Ask your doctor about $0 copay.

Patient Support
Through myGvokeTM

Offer not valid for prescriptions reimbursed under Medicaid,
a Medicare drug benefit plan, TRICARE, or other federal or state
health programs (such as medical assistance programs).

Gvoke HypoPen comes in an individually
packaged, sealed foil pouch. Make sure you keep
Gvoke in the original sealed pouch until use.

Gvoke HypoPen® (glucagon injection) two-pack product packaging
References: 1. Gvoke [prescribing information]. Chicago, IL: Xeris Pharmaceuticals, Inc; 2021. 2. Valentine V, Newswanger B, Prestrelski S, Andre AD, Garibaldi M. Human factors usability and validation studies of a glucagon autoinjector in a simulated severe hypoglycemia rescue situation. Diabetes Technol Ther. 2019;21(9):522-530. 3. Newswanger B, Prestreleski S, Andre AD. Human factor studies of a prefilled syringe with stable liquid glucagon in a simulated severe hypoglycemia rescue situation. Expert Opin Drug Deliv. 2019;16(9):1015-1025.
Pull cap straight off the syringe.
1

Prepare

Pull cap straight off the syringe.

Pinch the skin of the upper arm, lower stomach, or outer thigh and insert the needle at a 90-degree angle. Push the plunger down as far as it will go.
2

Inject

Pinch the skin and insert the needle at a 90‑degree angle. Push the plunger down as far as it will go.

Inject into upper arm, stomach, or thigh.

911

Remember

After using Gvoke PFS, turn person on their side if they have passed out or are seizing. Call for emergency help.1

Reliable Administration: In studies, 99% of people were able to give Gvoke correctly2,3*

*Usability study with simulated emergency conditions.

Download the simple 2‑step instructions to share with others.

Gvoke PFS Guide

Gvoke Pre-Filled Syringe (PFS) comes in an individually packaged, sealed foil pouch. Make sure you keep Gvoke in the original sealed pouch until use.

Gvoke® PFS (glucagon injection) two-pack product packaging
References: 1. Gvoke [prescribing information]. Chicago, IL: Xeris Pharmaceuticals, Inc; 2021. 2. Valentine V, Newswanger B, Prestrelski S, Andre AD, Garibaldi M. Human factors usability and validation studies of a glucagon autoinjector in a simulated severe hypoglycemia rescue situation. Diabetes Technol Ther. 2019;21(9):522-530. 3. Newswanger B, Prestreleski S, Andre AD. Human factor studies of a prefilled syringe with stable liquid glucagon in a simulated severe hypoglycemia rescue situation. Expert Opin Drug Deliv. 2019;16(9):1015-1025.