Anyone here have pictures of the truly old-timey glucagon kits? I remember my first came in a wooden box (to be kept in the fridge?), but can’t find any pictures.
All I have to offer in trade is a picture of a cardboard case and glass insulin syringe they gave me when I was diagnosed. I only ever used U-100 plastic syringes after discharge from initial diagnosis, but for some reason in the week-long hospital stay they had to train me on how to use glass U-40 syringes with removable needles, to shoot oranges full of saline, as part of my “diabetic education”. BTW the other parts of my diabetic education included showing me pictures of gangrenous limbs in medical textbooks, and warnings to never mix up U-40 (red) with U-80 (green) or U-100 (orange)… it still bothers me that many modern insulins don’t have orange stoppers!