It is a wearable device that delivers a continuous preset basal rate of insulin infusion as well as on-demand mealtime (bolus) dosing in 2-unit increments. V-Go is filled with U-100 fast-acting insulin (e.g., insulin aspart or insulin lispro) and is removed and replaced with a new device every 24 hours (9).
What insulin is use with VGO?
V-Go is filled with U-100 fast-acting insulin (insulin lispro, rDNA origin or insulin aspart, rDNA origin have been tested by Valeritas and found safe for use in V-Go)  and is affixed to the skin.
Does VGO come with insulin?
V-Go is a once-daily insulin wearable, patch-like, device that helps provide blood sugar control for everyday lifestyles. Fill: First, fill V-Go with fast-acting insulin, as described in the V-Go Instructions For Use. Insulin is not included with a V-Go prescription.
How many units of insulin does VGO hold?
Total insulin volume is 76 Units. *36 Units of insulin are available for on-demand bolus dosing in all V-Go options.
What is VGO SIM?
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How many units of insulin are in a VGo 40?
V-Go 30 and 40 require three (3) vials of insulin. 36 Units of insulin are available for on-demand bolus dosing in all V-Go options. Bolus doses are delivered in 2-Unit increments. Patients can only click the Bolus Delivery Button 18 times.
How does a VGo work?
VGo connects to the network (internet) using WiFi or Verizon 4G LTE service. VGo is continually monitored by a purpose built cloud-computing network (VGoNet) that keeps track of its availability and initiates telepresence upon request by a remote user.
Who makes VGO?
About Valeritas Holdings, Inc.
V-Go administers a continuous preset basal rate of insulin over 24 hours, and it provides discreet on-demand bolus dosing at mealtimes. It is the only basal-bolus insulin delivery device on the market today specifically designed keeping in mind the needs of type 2 diabetes patients.
Is V-go still in business?
“After a thoughtful and thorough review of strategic alternatives, we determined that a process to sell our business is the best path forward to maximize value for all stakeholders,” said President and CEO John Timberlake.
Is V-Go Disposable?
Wear the V-Go for one (1) 24-hour period. Bolus dose at meals as prescribed by your doctor or healthcare professional. At the end of the 24-hour period, retract the needle and remove the V-Go from your body. Discard the device after use (the V-Go is 100% disposable)
Is V-Go covered by Medicare?
Most Medicare Part D formularies will cover the V-Go system, but it’s always best to double-check your plan’s specific prescription drug formulary. The final cost for the system will depend on where you buy the device and insulin.
How much does VGo cost?
Click the button below and we’ll send you a quote for the purchase of one VGo ($5995 for the VGo and $1195 for the service contract – more pricing detail) and the specific requirements for network connectivity, the remote PC that will be used to connect to the VGo, etc.
What is diabetes omnipod?
Omnipod is a tubeless continuous insulin infusion device that works similarly to an insulin pump. People can use this medical device to help automate their rapid-acting insulin therapy.
How do you use VGO insulin?
Here is how to use the V-Go:
- Fill the V-Go with insulin using the EZ Fill.
- Attach the V-Go to a selected site (skin area)
- Push in the needle button to deliver the preset basal rate.
- Wear the V-Go for one (1) 24-hour period.
- Bolus dose at meals as prescribed by your doctor or healthcare professional.
What does VGO stand for?
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What is a patch insulin pump?
Insulin patch pumps are worn directly on the body and have a reservoir, pumping mechanism, and infusion set inside a small case. Patch pumps are controlled wirelessly by a separate device that allows programming of insulin delivery for meals from the patch.