Could the creation of an insulin spray herald an end to insulin needles
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Could The Creation Of An Insulin Spray Herald An End To Insulin Needles?

Could The Creation Of An Insulin Spray Herald An End To Insulin Needles? Hello everyone, I hope you are well. In today’s post, I will be sharing a press release on the topic Could The Creation Of An Insulin Spray Herald An End To Insulin Needles? Max Bio+, a UK-based research and development company co-founded by Professor Sunil Shah, has announced a breakthrough in diabetes management. The company has developed a novel insulin spray that can potentially eliminate needles. This is a revolutionary advancement for patients who require frequent insulin injections. This non-invasive insulin delivery system utilises buccal methods, which have several benefits over current invasive insulin delivery systems.

Could The Creation Of An Insulin Spray Herald An End To Insulin Needles?

With the incidence of diabetes increasing rapidly, there is a pressing need for alternative insulin delivery methods. Max Bio+ has conducted all its research and development in the UK, where it has investigated using water-soluble nanoparticles to improve drug absorption. This technology has been applied to developing an insulin spray for buccal/sublingual administration, which has shown promising results as a controllable, portable and pain-free insulin delivery system.

Over recent years, advances have been made in how insulin is delivered to people with diabetes. We now have insulin pens which combine the insulin dose and syringe in a single device. There are also intelligent insulin pens which can track doses and report through an app on your smartphone. This is an excellent use of MedTech.

Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGM) are small coin-sized devices with a sensor that sits underneath the skin to monitor glucose levels throughout the day. Some more advanced CGMs can be linked with a Closed Loop Insulin Pump that, like the monitor, is attached to the patient to deliver insulin without additional syringes.

However, despite advancements in diabetes management, the devices on the market are still invasive, inconvenient and challenging to use, especially for children or when delivering insulin to diabetic pets.

Could The Creation Of An Insulin Spray Herald An End To Insulin Needles?

Max Bio+

The team at Max Bio+ has been researching and developing novel delivery systems for various beneficial drugs and supplements, with diabetes a priority.

One of the innovations is a technology that can create water-soluble composite nanoparticles that improve how the body absorbs medicines. Combining this research with the challenges in diabetes management, MaxBio+ prioritised investigating the development of an injection-free insulin delivery device.

Because the MaxBio+ technique uses water as a carrier for beneficial drugs, the team looked at ways to deliver the drug without needles. Insulin taken by mouth has numerous challenges in being a helpful treatment. It, therefore, became clear that a spray, which could be used for buccal administration, was the ideal solution.

The new delivery system has been developed and tested with promising results.

Insulin Spray

An insulin spray’s simplicity, portability and non-invasiveness means it has less chance of creating adverse health effects. The buccal insulin delivery method eliminates the need for needles, which can be a significant source of pain, discomfort and anxiety for patients. It also makes it easier for patients to adhere to their insulin regimen, leading to better overall health outcomes.

In addition to being non-invasive, the insulin spray is also controllable. Patients can adjust their dosage as needed to achieve optimal blood sugar control. The spray can be used discreetly and quickly, making it a more convenient option for patients constantly on the go. Since insulin spray is a discreet and pain-free option, it could reduce the stigma associated with diabetes management. This benefit is significant for children with diabetes, who may feel embarrassed or stigmatised when administering insulin in public.

Another significant benefit of the insulin spray is its portability. The spray is small and easy to carry, so that patients can take it anywhere. This portability makes it easier for patients to maintain their insulin regimen even when travelling or away from home.

Max Bio+ is now seeking partnerships to bring this innovative, proven product to market. If you are interested, please visit the website for more information on how you can get involved.

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Prof Sunil ShahAbout Max Bio+

Founded in 2020 by Professor Sunil Shah, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Professor Aston University, and philanthropist Sean Ngu, Max Bio+ has created revolutionary patent-pending technology to solve the perennial problem of how to mix oil and water and develop pain-free drug delivery.






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