The prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled study evaluated the safety and impact of ORMD-0801 given before meals on the exogenous insulin requirements in 25 established type 1 diabetic patients. The primary endpoint of the study was the change from baseline in exogenous insulin requirements (basal, bolus and total) in patients treated with ORMD-0801, compared to the change from baseline for patients treated with placebo. The secondary endpoint of the study was the change from baseline in mean nighttime, daytime and fasting glucose levels (by continuous glucose monitoring) in patients treated with ORMD-0801, compared to the change from baseline for patients treated with placebo.
The results showed that ORMD-0801 oral insulin given before meals appeared to be safe and well-tolerated for the dosing regimen in this study. Although the study was not powered to show statistical significance, there were internally consistent trends observed. Consistent with the timing of administration, the data showed a decrease in rapid acting insulin, a decrease in post-prandial glucose, a decrease in daytime glucose by continual glucose monitoring and an increase in post-prandial hypoglycemia in the active group.
“We are very pleased with the outcome of this study and look forward to sharing it with the scientific community,” commented
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About Type 1 Diabetes
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which the pancreatic beta cells responsible for insulin secretion are attacked by the immune system. In the absence of self-produced insulin and the concomitant glycemic control, there is a need to supply extraneous insulin in order to regain glycemic control and prevent future disease complications that include heart disease, blood vessels disease, nerve and eye disease, infections, hypoglycemic events and many more ailments. According to the
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