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  1. DreaMed Diabetes Management AI Software Gains FDA Approval

    The DreaMed Advisor Pro will help healthcare providers make recommendations for changes in insulin pump therapy, and it will be integrated into Glooko software.   By Craig Idlebrook/GluCraig The FDA has approved new artificial-intelligence-based software that will help healthcare professionals make insulin dosing recommendations for people with type 1 diabetes. On June 18, 2018, Israel-based […]

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  1. FDA-Approved Omnipod DASH System: 13 Facts to Know

    Insulet updates its popular tubeless Pod pump system with a makeover of its PDM. -Craig Idlebrook/GluCraig Insulet’s Omnipod DASH System has received FDA clearance. Here are 13 facts to know about the new pump system: 1) The Pods look the same as with the old system, but the old Pods are not compatible with the […]

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  2. 10 Facts About Lilly’s Proposed Automated Insulin Pump System

    It’s a round insulin pump that looks about the size of a stopwatch. On the first day of the Lilly Diabetes Blogger Summit in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Lilly officials shared information about a proposed automated insulin pump system, and showed the assembled audience the prototype of the pump itself. While no photos of the device were allowed, […]

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  1. 7 Possible New Ways to Detect Diabetes and Diabetes Complications Early

    By Craig Idlebrook, Glu community manager/GluCraig Voting is now open for the People’s Choice Award, which is part of the T1D Exchange Diabetes Innovation Challenge. The Challenge is a prize competition that seeks to identify the most promising innovations in diabetes care and to award the top innovators with cash and in-kind support. For the […]

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  2. 5 Possible Artificial Pancreas Ideas for the Future

    You can vote for your favorite new idea for treating diabetes as part of the T1D Exchange Diabetes Innovation Challenge. By Craig Idlebrook, Glu community manager/GluCraig Voting is now open for the People’s Choice Award, which is part of the T1D Exchange Diabetes Innovation Challenge. The Challenge is a prize competition that seeks to identify […]

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  3. This is How The Glu Community Use CGMs

    We take a look at data from several daily polls to see how people with type 1 diabetes use a CGM, why they choose to use a CGM, and why they don’t. By Colleen Garey, Data Analyst Coordinator at T1D Exchange/GluColleenG In the past year, several new continuous glucose monitors (CGM) have gained FDA approval […]

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  4. FDA Panel Recommends Approval of Implantable CGM

    If FDA regulators accept the panel’s unanimous decision, then Senseonic’s Eversense would be the first implantable CGM approved for the U.S. market. -by Craig Idlebrook, Glu community and content manager/GluCraig An FDA advisory panel voted 8 to 0 to recommend approval for Senseonic’s Eversense, an implantable continuous glucose monitor (CGM). If FDA regulators accept the […]

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  5. “Artificial Pancreas” Clinic CEO Indicted

    Trina Health founder G. Ford Gilbert has been accused by the federal government of conspiring with Alabama lawmakers to get insurance coverage for his company’s unproven treatment. -by Craig Idlebrook, Glu community and content manager/GluCraig The owner of a company that touts a controversial “artificial pancreas” in-clinic treatment has been indicted on charges related to […]

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  6. FDA Approves Dexcom G6, A Fully Integrated CGM

    Compatible insulin pump systems can adjust insulin delivery based on its readings. Big news for CGM users: The FDA announced today that it has approved the Dexcom G6 continuous glucose monitor system (CGM). From the FDA press release, here are 6 facts to know: It’s the first CGM given formal FDA approval to be be […]

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