Preliminary Exploration on the Operational Standards of Insulin Pump Installation in Diabetes Clinic in China

Preliminary Exploration on the Operational Standards of Insulin Pump Installation in Diabetes Clinic in China

Sponsors

Lead Sponsor: Peking Union Medical College Hospital

Source Peking Union Medical College Hospital
Brief Summary

Continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion (CSII), known as insulin pump therapy, has been widely used for diabetes patients in recent years. Many clinical studies have proved the priority of CSII to multiple insulin injections including better glycaemic control with lower daily insulin requirement, lower glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) level and reduced risk of severe hypoglycaemia. The best mode of CSII is a kind of programmed and individualized insulin infusion mode. But at present, the applying of insulin pump is mainly during hospitalization period in China, which is not conformed with daily living scenarios of patients. The outpatient insulin pump treatment is much closer to the real living scenarios of patients. However, lack of management experience and widely accepted formative model of insulin pump applying in clinic restricted use of insulin pumps in clinical in China. The investigators aimed to explore a safe and effective management mode of insulin pump operating to enable a wide population to have access to daily use of CSII, and to maximize the rational use of limited medical resources.

Detailed Description

In this study, the investigators plan to enroll patients of different types of diabetes, including type 1 diabetes mellitus, type 2 diabetes mellitus, gestational diabetes mellitus, perioperative diabetes mellitus, pancreatogenic diabetes mellitus (after total pancreatectomy) and diabetes patients in perioperative period,each type of diabetes patients were divided into three groups according to the time (7days, 14days and 28days) reaching the target blood glucose. Those patients are educated to record blood glucose and frequency of hypoglycemia during the study period. After achieving goal blood glucose, follow-up will continue one week to evaluate whether the blood glucose reached our goal and adjust the insulin pump parameter if necessary. The investigators plan to apply continuous glucose monitoring(CGM) for each patient during follow up. The investigators aim to explore the best time to reach goal blood glucose considering frequency of hypoglycemia, economic factors, insulin pump parameters at the end of study and the final insulin pump parameters at the end of follow up. The investigators aim to enroll patients with six different types diabetes because those patients have different insulin secretion pattern, which induced to different mode of CSII. The investigators set the goal fasting blood glucose at 4-6mmol/L and the goal postprandial blood glucose at 6-8mmol/L. The blood glucose of hypoglycemia was lower than 3.9mmol/L.

Overall Status Not yet recruiting
Start Date December 1, 2019
Completion Date December 1, 2020
Primary Completion Date December 1, 2020
Phase N/A
Study Type Interventional
Primary Outcome
Measure Time Frame
The basal insulin dose of insulin pump at the end of the study Day-7 or day-14 or day-28 for different groups
The preprandial insulin dose of insulin pump at the end of the study Day-7 or day-14 or day-28 for different groups
The basal insulin dose of insulin pump at the end of the 6-day follow-up Day-14 or day-28 or day-35 for different groups
The preprandial insulin dose of insulin pump at the end of the 6-day follow-up Day-14 or day-28 or day-35 for different groups
Secondary Outcome
Measure Time Frame
The frequency of hypoglycemia Day-7 or day-14 or day-28 for different groups
The time in range of goal blood glucose during follow-up Day-14 or day-28 or day-35 for different groups
The frequency of pain at puncture site Day-7 or day-14 or day-28 for different groups
The frequency of errors in patency of infusion pipeline connection Day-7 or day-14 or day-28 for different groups
The blood glucose value of hypoglycemia Day-7 or day-14 or day-28 for different groups
The symptoms of hypoglycemia Day-7 or day-14 or day-28 for different groups
The frequency of bleeding at puncture site Day-7 or day-14 or day-28 for different groups
The frequency of infection at puncture site Day-7 or day-14 or day-28 for different groups
The frequency of errors in patency of needle fixation Day-7 or day-14 or day-28 for different groups
Enrollment 180
Condition
Intervention

Intervention Type: Device

Intervention Name: Insulin pump (Microtech, Equil®)

Description: Those patients of different types of diabetes mellitus were assigned to different groups, those groups were classified by the time to reach target blood glucose .

Eligibility

Criteria:

Inclusion Criteria:

1. Patients in clinic of type 1 diabetes mellitus, type 2 diabetes mellitus, gestational/pregestational diabetes mellitus, perioperative diabetes mellitus and patients with diabetes mellitus after pancreatectomy, including those with poor blood glucose control using multiple subcutaneous insulin injections or those are willing to use insulin pump therapy;

2. Age: 18-80 years old;

3. Patients and family members understand the research program and are willing to participate in the study and sign written informed consent.

Exclusion Criteria:

1. allergic to dressings and subcutaneous transfusion tubes;

2. allergic to insulin;

3. Severe diabetic acute complications within 6 months(diabetic ketoacidosis, diabetic hyperglycemia and hyperosmolar state, diabetic lactic acidosis).

4. Severe chronic complications of diabetes mellitus, such as peripheral vascular lesions leading to amputation or chronic foot ulcer, end-stage renal disease, etc. who researchers thought not suitable for this study.

5. Two or more times of severe hypoglycemia occured in the past year (such as consciousness disturbance and coma caused by hypoglycemia), or severe unconscious hypoglycemia.

6. Patients with severe impairment of cardiac function (NYHA grade III or above), liver function (alanine aminotransferase, aspartate aminotransferase or total bilirubin higher than the upper limit of normal value 2 times or more), renal function (serum creatinine higher than the upper limit of normal value) or circulation disorder;

7. Patients with mental illness and self-care ability;

8. Patients or their families could not understand the conditions and objectives of this study.

Gender: All

Minimum Age: 18 Years

Maximum Age: 80 Years

Healthy Volunteers: No

Overall Contact

Last Name: Weigang Zhao, MD

Phone: +86 13910054636

Email: [email protected]

Location
Facility: Contact: Peking Union Medical College Hospital Weigang Zhao, MD +86 13910054636 [email protected]
Location Countries

China

Verification Date

October 2019

Responsible Party

Type: Sponsor

Keywords
Has Expanded Access No
Condition Browse
Number Of Arms 18
Arm Group

Label: Type 1 diabetes mellitus_7-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Type 1 diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 7 days. After 7 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Type 1 diabetes mellitus_14-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Type 1 diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 14 days. After 14 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Type 1 diabetes mellitus_28-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Type 1 diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 28 days. After 28 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Type 2 diabetes mellitus_7-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Type 2 diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 7 days. After 7 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Type 2 diabetes mellitus_14-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Type 2 diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 14 days. After 14 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Type 2 diabetes mellitus_28-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Type 2 diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 28 days. After 28 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Gestational diabetes mellitus_7-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Gestational diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 7 days. After 7 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Gestational diabetes mellitus_14-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Gestational diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 14 days. After 14 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Gestational diabetes mellitus_28-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Gestational diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 28 days. After 28 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Pregestational diabetes mellitus_7-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Pregestational diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 7 days. After 7 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Pregestational diabetes mellitus_14-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Pregestational diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 14 days. After 14 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Pregestational diabetes mellitus_28-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Pregestational diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 28 days. After 28 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Pancreatogenic diabetes mellitus _7-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Pancreatogenic diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 7 days. After 7 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Pancreatogenic diabetes mellitus _14-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Pancreatogenic diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 14 days. After 14 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Pancreatogenic diabetes mellitus _28-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Pancreatogenic diabetes mellitus patients aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 28 days. After 28 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Diabetes patients in perioperative period _7-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Diabetes patients in perioperative period aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 7 days. After 7 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Diabetes patients in perioperative period _14-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Diabetes patients in perioperative period aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 14 days. After 14 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Label: Diabetes patients in perioperative period _28-day group

Type: Experimental

Description: Diabetes patients in perioperative period aimed to reach goal blood glucose in 28 days. After 28 days, CGM was planed to apply for another 6 days to evaluate their blood glucose level and adjust insulin dose if necessary.

Patient Data No
Study Design Info

Allocation: Randomized

Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment

Primary Purpose: Treatment

Masking: None (Open Label)

Source: ClinicalTrials.gov