Artificial Pancreas Used at Home For the First Time

Five adults in the UK with type 1 diabetes have used an artificial pancreas in their homes without medical supervision. This step offers real hope for a future where people with type 1 diabetes no longer have to monitor blood glucose levels, and where they have a better chance of living a long and healthy life. Read more

Biodel Receives NIH Grant to Develop Glucagon Formulations For Artificial Pancreas

The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded Biodel Inc. a grant for the development of novel and stable glucagon formulations for use in an artificial pancreas, also known as a closed loop pump system.
The SBIR program is a highly competitive program that encourages domestic small businesses to engage in Federal Research/Research and Development that has the potential for commercialization. Read more

Positive Results for First-Generation Artificial Pancreas System

Positive results from the first feasibility study of an advanced first-generation artificial pancreas system were presented at the 72nd Annual American Diabetes Association Meeting in Philadelphia. Findings from the study indicated that the Hypoglycemia-Hyperglycemia Minimizer (HHM) System… Read more

First US Artificial Pancreas Outpatient Trial Approved by FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first outpatient artificial pancreas trial in the United States, marking a critical development in the effort by JDRF and its allies to bring this innovative and lifesaving diabetes technology to people with type 1 diabetes… Read more

The Loop Has Closed: The Artificial Pancreas Program Comes to Life in Israel

Diabetes technology has vastly improved in the last decade, and most people with diabetes who have the opportunity to wear an insulin pump or a continuous glucose monitor are grateful for the assistance they provide. But even with these advanced tools, the biggest burdens of diabetes – the insulin dosing and blood sugar testing – still lie on the person with diabetes or a caregiver. Read more

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