Boston-based Beta Bionics said this week that the first patients have begun home use of dasiglucagon in a clinical trial of the company’s iLet bionic pancreas system for people with Type 1 diabetes.
The iLet device features an autonomous, dual-chamber infusion pump that is powered by dosing algorithms. Using machine learning and data from a continuous glucose monitor, the algorithms calculate and dose insulin and/or glucagon as needed. Dasiglucagon is a stable glucagon analog developed by Zealand Pharma.
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