100% treatment success* with a single dose in kids1

child blood cell character indicating raised blood sugar levels

Gvoke consistently raised blood sugar levels†1

In a clinical study, Gvoke brought every kid out of their low blood sugar event.


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The average increase in blood sugar for kids 2-5 years old half an hour after using Gvoke (0.5 mg/0.1 mL dose)1

Kids in this age group saw an average peak blood sugar increase of 134 mg/dL after using Gvoke

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The average increase in blood sugar for kids 6-11 years old half an hour after using Gvoke (0.5 mg/0.1 mL dose)1

Kids in this age group saw an average peak blood sugar increase of 145 mg/dL after using Gvoke

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The average increase in blood sugar for kids 12-17 years old half an hour after using Gvoke (53 mg/dL for kids who took the 0.5 mg/0.1 mL dose; 55 mg/dL for kids who took the 1.0 mg/0.2 mL dose)1

Kids in this age group saw an average peak blood sugar increase of 123 mg/dL after using Gvoke

It's important to remember that not every situation is the same and results may vary based on certain factors such as how low the blood sugar gets, how much insulin has been taken, and how many carbohydrates are in the body.

*Treatment success was achieved if a person experienced a plasma glucose increase of at least 25 mg/dL.
Gvoke was shown to sufficiently increase blood sugar levels in 3 different age ranges.
Low blood sugar was defined as <80 mg/dL.
Reference: 1. Gvoke [prescribing information]. Chicago, IL: Xeris Pharmaceuticals, Inc.