V-Go is a small insulin delivery device that is worn like a patch for 24 hours. V-Go provides continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion over 24 hours at a preset basal rate of 20, 30 or 40 units per 24 hours. V-Go provides on-demand bolus dosing up to 36 units per 24 hours in 2 unit increments. V-Go uses only U100 fast acting insulin (e.g. Humalog, Novolog).
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Fast Acting Insulins
Basal Range: 20, 30 or 40 units per 24 hours Bolus Range: Up to 36 units per 24 hours, on demand doses in 2 unit increments.
76 units, 66 units or 56 units per device over 24 hours
V-Go is indicated for adult patients requiring insulin. V-Go is fully mechanical and uses and provides a continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion over 24 hours at one of three a preset basal rates, and provides on-demand bolus dosing at meal times. Patients using V-Go report preferring to stay on V-Go versus MDI.
Important Safety Information
V-Go is magnetic resonance (MR) unsafe. Remove V-Go before X-ray, MRI or CT scan and replace it with a new V-Go after the test is completed. Do not use other insulin products while on V-Go therapy unless instructed by your healthcare professional.
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