- Subcutaneous insulin delivery is:
- Slow compared to normal physiology, resulting in high postprandial glucose levels
- Associated with a high level of variability, depending on site of injection, local blood flow, local temperature and level of physical activity
The Solution ISTS innovation enables controlled and consistent insulin injection site conditions.
- Warms the skin surface of the insulin injection site to 40°C, after the injection
There are three warming cycles of ten minutes each, followed by a ten minutes break in warming
Cycles cause consistent, stronger and longer-lasting increase of blood flow
Increased local blood flow enables consistent and efficient insulin delivery from the subcutaneous site.