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GLUCAGON-INJECTION, Glucagon

GENERIC NAME: GLUCAGON - INJECTION (GLUE-kuh-gone)

BRAND NAME(S): Glucagon

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USES: Glucagon is a hormone that causes the liver to release glucose into the blood. It is used to quickly increase blood sugar levels in diabetics with low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). This medication may also be used during certain medical tests.




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