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Hybrid Closed-loop therapy: Where are we in 2021?

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posted on 08.01.2021, 09:22 by Lalantha Leelarathna, Pratik Choudhary, Emma G Wilmot, Alistair Lumb, Tim Street, Partha Kar, Sze May Ng
Hybrid closed‐loop systems are characterized by the coexistence of algorithm‐driven automated insulin delivery combined with manual mealtime boluses. Used correctly, these insulin delivery systems offer better glucose control and reduced risk of hypoglycaemia and represent the most advanced form of insulin delivery available for people with type 1 diabetes. The aim of this paper was to compare the currently available commercial hybrid closed‐loop systems in the UK: the Medtronic 670G/780G, Tandem t:slim X2 Control IQ and CamAPS FX systems. The Medtronic 670G/780G systems use Guardian 3 sensor (7‐day use, two to four calibrations per day), while Tandem and CamAPS systems use the calibration‐free Dexcom G6 sensor (10 days). The CamAPS system is available as an android app, whereas the other two systems have the algorithm embedded in the insulin pump. During pivotal studies, depending on the study population and baseline glycated haemoglobin level, these systems achieve a time spent in the target range 3.9 to 10 mmol/L (70 to 180 mg/dL) of 65% to 76% with low burden of hypoglycaemia. All three systems allow a higher glucose target for announced exercise, while the Tandem system offers an additional night‐time tighter target. The CamAPS system offers fully customizable glucose targets and is the only system licensed for use during pregnancy. Additional education is required for both users and healthcare professionals to harness the best performance from these systems as well as to troubleshoot when “automode exits” occur. We provide consensus recommendations to develop pragmatic pathways to guide patients, clinicians and commissioners in making informed decisions on the appropriate use of the diabetes technology.

History

Author affiliation

Diabetes Research Centre, College of Life Sciences

Version

AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Published in

Diabetes, obesity & metabolism

Publisher

Wiley

issn

1462-8902

eissn

1463-1326

Acceptance date

26/11/2020

Copyright date

2020

Available date

02/12/2021

Spatial coverage

England

Language

eng