V-Go® Insulin Patch Pump for Type 2 Diabetes – AMSL Diabetes
Always read the label and use only as directed. Read the warnings available on www.amsldiabetes.com.au/resources before purchasing. Consult your healthcare professional to see if this product is right for you.

V-Go® Insulin Patch Pump for Type 2 Diabetes

V-Go is a simple, all-in-one insulin delivery system that is worn like a patch. It is designed to fit easily into your life to help you manage Type 2 Diabetes without multiple daily injections.

V-Go is worn for 24 hours and is changed daily, giving you the freedom to go about your day.

For more information or to purchase, please contact AMSL Diabetes on 1300 851 056 or at diabetes@amsl.com.au

Our new no-obligation trial of the V-Go Insulin Patch Pump is now available!

Contact us or your healthcare professional for more information!

Just Fill, Wear & Go with V-Go

Apply one V-Go patch pump, once per day. A steady rate of insulin is released over 24 hours (basal) for all day and all night glucose control. Then just ‘click’ to deliver mealtime insulin (bolus) when needed.1 No batteries, tubing or programming required.

So Discreet

Nobody will know you’re using it – even at mealtimes. There’s no need for a device strapped onto clothing or tucked into a pocket. It can be worn on the back of your arm, abdomen, back or thigh.1

Helps you Manage your Diabetes

Managing multiple injections of insulin each day can be hard. With insulin injections, remembering all of the supplies when leaving the house or removing yourself from the moment to take an injection can be frustrating. V-Go can help to simplify your life and help provide even greater blood sugar control than multiple insulin injections each day.2,3

How V-Go works

V-Go works by releasing small amounts of fast acting insulin continuously all day and night. With just a click of a button you can get additional insulin such as at mealtimes, without the need for additional injections.

  1. 1. Simply apply a filled V-Go on your skin like a patch, press a button to insert a small needle, and you are ready for your day.
  2. 2. Just click a button to deliver insulin at mealtimes. With each click for mealtime insulin, V-Go delivers 2 units of insulin. You can click as many times as you need for your mealtime dose for up to 36 units a day.
  3. 3. Wear V-Go for a full 24 hours, then remove and replace it with a new filled V-Go.

V-Go Insulin Patch Pump Specifications

General Specifications
Size 6.1 cm x 3.3 cm x 1.3 cm
Weight 20g - 50g (depending on size)
Basal Delivery 20 Units/24 hr (0.83U/hr), 30 Units/24 hr (1.25 U/hr), 40 Units/24 hr (1.67U/hr)
Needle 4.6mm, 30-gauge needle with sharps injury prevention features and floating needle technology

Frequently Asked Questions

For additional resources, please visit our resources page or contact AMSL Diabetes on 1300 851 056.

What about the needle?

When you use V-Go, you never actually see the needle. The V-Go needle in the device is very small (30 gauge, 4.6 mm) and its floating technology helps ensure V-Go is comfortable to wear 24 hours a day. The adhesive and floating needle technology were designed to allow you to move without feeling the needle. Most people do find V-Go comfortable to wear.

Will anyone see it and what if I knock it off?

V-Go has a slim design and low profile, so people shouldn’t see it unless you are wearing very tight clothes. You change V-Go every 24 hours, so you can find the appropriate spot that is right for you for that day, depending on your activities and clothing.


With proper application, the adhesive helps ensure V-Go stays attached to your body day and night. Plus, its low profile means V-Go is unlikely to be knocked off. The floating needle technology also limits any sensation of the needle, even if it’s bumped.

Can I shower with it on and wear it while I am sleeping?

Yes! V-Go is designed to give you insulin for 24 hours and should be worn during all your normal daily activities and while you are sleeping. V-Go has been tested in water to a depth of 1 metre.

Do I have to wear it in the same spot?

No. You should apply V-Go in a new spot at least an inch away from where you inserted the needle the previous day. Because you change the spot every 24 hours, you can choose the place that works for your clothing and activities for that day.

What type of insulin should I use with V-Go?

A U-100 fast-acting insulin* should be used with V-Go. Please refer to the V-Go user guide for more information or contact us on 1300 851 056.


*Consult your healthcare professional to see which product is right for you.

Will I get support from AMSL Diabetes?

Yes, AMSL Diabetes will provide 24/7 Australian based technical support on 1300 851 056 for your V-Go.


Using V-Go is as easy as fill, wear and go. Watch the video to learn more!

References and Important Risk Information

*A U-100 fast-acting insulin should be used with V-Go. Please consult your healthcare professional to see which product is right for you. Always read the label and use only as directed.

This product may not be right for you, read the warnings before purchase. Always read the label and use only as directed. Consult with your healthcare professional if you have any questions regarding the functions and operation of V-Go. If regular adjustments or modifications to the basal rate of insulin are required in a 24-hour period, or if the amount of insulin used at mealtimes requires adjustments of less than 2-Unit increments, use of the V-Go Insulin Patch Pump may result in hypoglycaemia. The following conditions may occur during insulin therapy with V-Go: hypoglycaemia (low blood glucose) or hyperglycemia (high blood glucose). Other adverse reactions associated with V-Go use may include skin irritation from the adhesive pad or infections at the infusion site. If symptoms persist, please contact your healthcare professional. V-Go should be removed before any magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) testing.

1. V-Go Instructions for Patient Use. Valeritas, Inc. 2011. 2. Lajara R, Nikkel C. Poster: Evaluating the effect of V-Go® therapy in sub-optimally controlled patients with diabetes: a retrospective cohort analysis on a large specialized diabetes system. Presented at AACE. May 2015. 3. Rosenfeld CR, et al. TheV-Go insulin delivery device used in clinical practice: patient perception and retrospective analysis of glycemic control. Endocr Pract. 2012;18(5):660-667.

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