Insulet has launched its Omnipod 5 automated insulin delivery system (Omnipod 5) in the UK.

Omnipod 5 is indicated for use in type 1 diabetes patients aged two years and above.

It can integrate with a continuous glucose monitor to manage blood sugar without multiple daily injections and zero finger sticks.

The device is claimed to be the first CE-marked tubeless hybrid closed loop system that can be integrated with the Dexcom G6 Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) System for adjusting insulin delivery automatically, offering protection against high and low levels of glucose.

It includes a tubeless pod that is enhanced with SmartAdjust technology along with the Omnipod 5 Controller with its integrated SmartBolus Calculator.

The SmartAdjust technology receives a CGM value and trend every five minutes and predicts where the glucose level of the user will be in the next 60 minutes.

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Using this information, the Omnipod 5 system increases, decreases or pauses the delivery of insulin based on the patient’s desired and customised glucose target.

The company stated that the device simplifies the daily management of diabetes.

Insulet president and CEO Jim Hollingshead said: “Since its commercial launch in the United States, Omnipod 5 has had a remarkable impact on people with diabetes.

“Every day, we hear how this revolutionary experience of Omnipod 5 reduces the burden and improves the quality of life for people with diabetes and we are excited to make a difference in other parts of the world, beginning with the UK.

“We are committed to making Omnipod 5 an option for as many people as possible, as quickly as we can and working hard to secure broad access globally.”

Furthermore, the company intends to launch Omnipod 5 in Germany later this year.

In April this year, it received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration for the Omnipod GO basal-only insulin pod for use in individuals with type 2 diabetes aged 18 and above.