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06-08-2022 | ADA 2022 | Conference coverage | News

OpenAPS closed-loop algorithm improves glucose control in formal trial

Closed-loop insulin delivery with the open-source OpenAPS algorithm results in significantly better glucose control than sensor-augmented pump delivery in children and adults in the randomized CREATE trial.

03-11-2022 | Insulin pumps | News

Insulin pump infusion set failures most common in youngest users

Insulin pump infusion set failures that result in prolonged hyperglycemia occur an average of four times per year per user and are more common in children and adolescents than adults, US study findings indicate.

08-20-2021 | Ultra-rapid lispro | News

FDA approves ultra-rapid lispro for use in pumps

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05-13-2021 | Insulin pumps | News

Similar glycemic control with insulin pumps vs MDI in children with type 1 diabetes

Use of an insulin pump is not associated with better glycemic control than multiple daily injections among children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes, indicate real-world study results.

03-31-2021 | Older adults | News

Glargine-300 might be preferable for older people with type 2 diabetes

Analysis of older participants in the BRIGHT trial suggests that this subgroup may do slightly better with insulin glargine-300 than with degludec.

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03-22-2021 | Hypoglycemia | News

Hypoglycemia treatment advice needs modifying for low-glucose suspend systems

The amount of carbohydrate needed to treat mild or moderate hypoglycemia in people with type 1 diabetes using a predictive low-glucose suspend system may be considerably lower than what is currently recommended, report researchers.

12-11-2020 | Ethnic groups | News

Racial minorities have reduced likelihood of receiving diabetes technologies

US researchers have identified racial disparities in the receipt of diabetes technologies among young adults with type 1 diabetes.

Child with insulin pump

12-02-2020 | Insulin pumps | News

Real-world data support early insulin pump initiation in children

Starting children on an insulin pump within 6 months of type 1 diabetes diagnosis is associated with improved outcomes relative to delaying for 2 or 3 years, shows an analysis of data from the DPV registry.

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