I created my own personalized, illustrated guide, similar to the insert in the Glucagon kit. It lives on a laminated, two sided, color 8.5 x 11 sized information sheet attached to the Glucagon itself. It has nice pictures like on the insert, however they are much larger and I've included text too. I have it mounted at home in an obvious spot visible to visitors and rescue personnel. I'm also going to get one of the bright red Medic-Alert 'sleeves' to go on the strap of my bag, and put one in there too.
On it I have the following statement at the very top:
If patient is found disorientated, unconsciousness, or is suffering seizures or convulsions:
Followed by instructions to suspend my pump, then how to mix and inject the Glucagon. I also have the 24 hour Medtronic phone number there, my Medic Alert ID & phone number, plus my emergency contact list. Just in case a responder needs help.
Then at the end, I have this statement:
Turn the patient on his side. When an unconscious person awakens he will most likely vomit. Transport to a hospital as soon as possible.
Oh and just because I'm slightly anal retentive, I've also got a Medic-Alert screen saver on my PC and on the lock screen of my phone. Oh and I've got my phone's "Safety Assistance" feature set up to take photos (front and back), record audio and send all of this to my emergency contacts along with my precise GPS location. Hopefully, I'll be able to manage three little clicks on on the phone's power button to activate.
Yes, I was a boy scout at one point in my life. :-)