Saxenda 6mg/ml & CarePoint Needles 31G 5mm Bundle

£5.19£99.99

  • Weight Loss Solution
  • Active Ingredient: Liraglutide
  • Universal Fit Needles

Saxenda works by acting on receptors in the brain that control your appetite, causing you to feel fuller and less hungry. This may help you eat less food and reduce your body weight. Each Glucorx Needle is electropolished with high grade siliconisation for enhanced ease of injection.

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Saxenda Weight Loss Pen

Saxenda Weight Loss Pen is used to aid weight loss in those who are already dieting and exercising and can be used by both men and women over 18 years of age.

To be able to use Saxenda Weight Loss Pen you should have a BMI of:

  • 30 kg/m² or greater
  • 27 kg/m² and less than 30 kg/m² and weight-related health problems

See more information on BMI (Body Mass Index) here in the NHS Website.

 

CarePoint Needles

CarePoint Needles are universal fit on all insulin pen delivery devices including Eli Lilly, Novo Nordisk AS, Becton Dickinson, Owen Mumford and Sanofi.

Each of the CarePoint Needles are electropolished with high grade siliconisation for enhanced ease of injection. They use Maxflow technology (extra thin wall allows maximum flow rate and reduced injection time) and so are anti-coring (no fragmentation).

CarePoint Needles use 5 bevel needle tip Quintapoint technology (except 10mm and 12mm) which provides a higher level of comfortable injection to patients. The CarePoint Needles range is 3 bevel.

Saxenda Patient Support Documents

Below is a list of documents designed to help you get started on your weight loss journey using Saxenda Injections.

Welcome to Saxenda
Patient Journal
Patient Support Leaflet
How to use video guide

Weight Loss

Healthy weight loss

Top tips for healthy weight loss:

To help you find out if you have a healthy body weight, measure your body mass index and waist circumference
To lose weight, the energy you take in from food must be less than the energy you use – eat less, move more!

Set yourself realistic goals to achieve a healthy weight. Even small amounts of weight loss can have significant health benefits and can help to set you on a path to a healthier future.
Guidelines recommend that you should try to lose weight gradually, about 1-2 lbs (approximately 0.5-1.0 kg) a week

Weight loss can reduce your risk of: heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and some cancers.

It can also reduce the risk of:

High blood pressure
Angina (heart condition causing chest pain)
High blood cholesterol levels
Lower back and joint pain
Fertility problems
BMI and waist circumference

For most adults:

A BMI between 18.5 and 25 is defined as healthy.
A BMI of over 25 is defined as overweight.
A BMI of over 30 is defined as obese.

Waist-circumferences for which there is an increased risk and high risk of obesity-related health problems:

Increased risk High risk
Men ≥94 cm (37 in) ≥102 cm (40 in)
Women ≥80 cm (31.5 in) ≥88 cm (34.5 in)

Sensible weight loss should be seen as an overall lifestyle change which involves eating a healthy balanced diet and doing plenty of physical activity.

Guidelines recommend that you should try to lose weight gradually, about 1-2 lbs (approximately 0.5-1.0 kg) a week. This way, the weight is more likely to stay off. This rate of weight loss is based on using up 600 kcal per day more than you take in. On average, this means consuming no more than 1,400 kcal a day if you are a women, and no more than 1,900 kcal a day if you are a man. The amount of weight you lose will depend on how much weight you need to lose and how active you are.

Start the NHS weight loss plan