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Victoza (Liraglutide)

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Brand Name : Victoza pen

Marketing Authorization Holder : Novo Nordisk

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Victoza is given to adults and children over 10 years old with type 2 diabetes as it lowers blood sugar and A1C levels.  Victoza is lowers risk of stroke, heart attack and death.  

Prescription Victoza supports your pancreas to produce more insulin by assisting beta cells work properly.  This helps control your blood sugar as you make and release your own insulin.

Victoza works in many ways.  Victoza slows food from leaving your stomach, thus slowing down the process which helps blood sugar control.  Victoza prevents the liver from producing excess sugar.  Victoza supports the pancreas to make more insulin when blood sugar is too high.

Victoza may also cause weight loss.  Although Victoza is not insulin, it can be taken with insulin as directed by your physician.  Always inject insulin as a separate injection at some distance from the Victoza injection.  You can however inject Victoza at the same time as long acting insulin. 

Victoza may be prescribed along with other diabetes medicines including metformin and certain other medicines.

The standard dose of Victoza is either 1.2mg or 1.8mg as a once daily injection and should be used alongside of good diet and exercise in patients with type 2 diabetes to reduce the risk of cardiovascular events.  Victoza is not used in type 1 diabetes.

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This product requires special packaging to maintain its integrity during the shipping process. DO NOT USE THIS MEDICATION if the attached temperature indicator shows that the medication was exposed to temperatures below 2 degrees or above 8 degrees celsius, and contact the pharmacy immediately.


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