Study backs automated insulin delivery system from Diabeloop

The DBLG1 automated insulin delivery system [Image from Diabeloop]Diabeloop today announced 12-month data supporting its hybrid closed-loop DBLG1 automated insulin delivery system.

Paris-based Diabeloop evaluated DBLG1 in a large, multi-country patient cohort. Results demonstrated constant improvement in time in range and time in hypoglycemia remaining significantly low.

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Diabeloop, SOOIL partner on automated insulin delivery technology

[Images from Diabeloop and SOOIL]Diabeloop announced today that it entered into global development and commercial agreements with insulin delivery technology developer SOOIL.

Paris-based Diabeloop, which develops therapeutic artificial intelligence (AI) applied to insulin delivery, and SOOIL will pursue and expand upon technical integration between their platforms, building on cooperation that was initiated in February 2020.

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Diabeloop raises $74.9M Series C

Diabeloop announced today that it raised approximately $74.9 million (€70 million) in a Series C financing round.

LBO France, a private equity player, led the financing round, while Terumo — with which Diabeloop has partnered since 2020 — also participated in the round.

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Diabeloop raises $74.9M Series C

Diabeloop announced today that it raised approximately $74.9 million (€70 million) in a Series C financing round.

LBO France, a private equity player, led the financing round, while Terumo — with which Diabeloop has partnered since 2020 — also participated in the round.

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CGMs, insulin pumps and more: the biggest diabetes news to come out of ATTD 2022

All kinds of technologies were on display at the Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes (ATTD) conference in Barcelona last week.

From continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) to automated insulin delivery, with plenty in between, a number of companies shared positive data for their diabetes offerings.

Here are five of the biggest stories to come out of ATTD 2022:

 

Dexcom’s G7 is accurate in pediatric T1D patients

Dexcom (Nasdaq:DXCM) published new data highlighting the accuracy of the next-generation G7 continuous glucose monitor in children.

The study, published in the Journal of Diabetes and Scientific Technology, evaluated the G7 CGM in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes. G7, which last month won CE mark approval, remains under FDA 510(k) review.

 

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Study results show improved time in range with Diabeloop automated insulin delivery system

Diabeloop announced today that study data support the use of its DBLG1 hybrid closed-loop automated insulin delivery system.

Paris-based Diabeloop’s real-life German cohort data, presented at the Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes (ATTD) Conference in Barcelona, show a constant improvement in time in range (70-180 mg/dL) combined with a significant reduction of hypoglycemia.

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Diabeloop, Terumo partner to bring automated insulin delivery to Europe

Diabeloop announced that it entered into an agreement with Terumo with eyes on bringing automated insulin delivery solutions to Europe.

Paris-based Diabeloop’s automated insulin delivery (AID) system automates and personalizes the treatment of insulin-dependent diabetes and contributes to reducing the mental burden associated with the metabolic disease.

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7 diabetes treatment innovations to look out for on World Diabetes Day

World Diabetes Day — Nov. 14 — centers around raising awareness for those with diabetes.

This year, that aim remains the same, and medical technology companies continue to look for ways to continue improving the management of the metabolic disease.

Some of those treatments involve insulin, which was discovered as a treatment for diabetes in 1922 and remains a vital part of the standard of care. World Diabetes Day falls on Nov. 14 because it is the birthday of Frederick Banting, one of the scientists involved in discovering insulin as a treatment for diabetes.

However, while many medtech companies look for ways to make insulin accessible and efficient in treating diabetes, others are innovating treatment avenues outside of insulin. Regardless of the path chosen, all have created intriguing options for managing and treating diabetes. Here are seven innovations in diabetes treatment that are worth keeping an eye on:

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7 diabetes treatment innovations to look out for on World Diabetes Day

World Diabetes Day — Nov. 14 — centers around raising awareness for those with diabetes.

This year, that aim remains the same, and medical technology companies continue to look for ways to continue improving the management of the metabolic disease.

Some of those treatments involve insulin, which was discovered as a treatment for diabetes in 1922 and remains a vital part of the standard of care. World Diabetes Day falls on Nov. 14 because it is the birthday of Frederick Banting, one of the scientists involved in discovering insulin as a treatment for diabetes.

However, while many medtech companies look for ways to make insulin accessible and efficient in treating diabetes, others are innovating treatment avenues outside of insulin. Regardless of the path chosen, all have created intriguing options for managing and treating diabetes. Here are seven innovations in diabetes treatment that are worth keeping an eye on:

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7 diabetes treatment innovations to look out for on World Diabetes Day

World Diabetes Day — Nov. 14 — centers around raising awareness for those who live every day with diabetes.

This year, that aim remains the same, and medical technology companies all over the world continue to look for ways to help manage the metabolic disease.

Some of those treatments involve insulin, which was discovered as a treatment for diabetes in 1922 and remains the standard of care. World Diabetes Day falls on Nov. 14 because it is the birthday of Frederick Banting, one of the scientists who helped to discover insulin as a treatment for diabetes.

However, while many medtech companies look for ways to make insulin accessible and efficient in treating diabetes, others are innovating treatment avenues outside of insulin. Regardless of the path chosen, all have created intriguing options for helping to manage and treat diabetes. Here are seven innovations in diabetes treatment that are worth keeping an eye on:

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Diabeloop joins corporate advisory partnership, seeks to develop business in U.S.

Diabeloop announced today that it set up a local and dedicated team to support its pursuit of entry into the U.S. market.

Paris-based Diabeloop develops an automated insulin delivery (AID) system that deployed throughout Europe this past year, making it commercially available in Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and Switzerland, with more countries to come. The interoperable controller can be used recombination with the Dexcom G6 CGM and Accu-Chek Insight insulin pump and will soon be available with ViCentra’s patch-like Kaleido pump.

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