Hi everybody,In the Netherlands is a break true in the development of a closed loop delivery system. In 2014 there will be a test for 100 people in 3 different countries and in 2015 it will go in…Continue
"From the German website http://idw-online.de/pages/de/news575045 and translated by google :
Therapy of type 1 diabetes by transplanted islet cells : DGE Congress 2014 Medicine - Communications Medical Communications
"Not in the near future because they don't believe in trowing away good tech products. And this product is a combination of 2 pumps. One for the insulin and one for the glucagon. So tubeless will be to big and not done."
"Here in Holland there is a company that is funded by the EU and they will have a unit ready in less then 2 years.
They have now a unit a little bigger than a Veo 754 pump and they are testing it now to get it working like there predecessor unit that…"
"by watching at it and reading it (i speak german, so i kinda understood what it was about, but only the basics) it looked like a bionic pancreas (not sure though if i am right) 2 weeks ago emily hosted two developers of a bionic pancreas in the us…"
Hi everybody,In the Netherlands is a break true in the development of a closed loop delivery system. In 2014 there will be a test for 100 people in 3 different countries and in 2015 it will go in production.It was big news here but I did not here anything in the USA so I will bring it to you.If you don't read Dutch you need google translate.http://www.inredadiabetic.nl/See More
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