In a report by Sarah Faulkner for Drug Delivery Business, Insulet has announced that its Omnipod insulin management system is available in Europe for use with Novo Nordisk’s Fiasp (fast-acting insulin aspart). This insulin enters the user’s bloodstream two times faster than NovoRapid and is designed to match a non-diabetic’s response to a meal.
DJ Cass, GM of Insulet’s Europe unit, says “The addition of Fiasp for use with the Omnipod System provides another option for both patients and prescribers to support their diabetes management needs.”
Insulet has a team of more than 100 employees to take care of distributing and selling its Omnipod system in Europe.
Stephen Gough, Novo Nordisk’s global CMO, added. “With its ultra-fast acting profile, Fiasp has brought a new option for adults living with diabetes who require insulin to manage their post-meal spikes, and I am confident that they will find in Fiasp and the Omnipod System good allies to best manage their diabetes.”
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