Why it matters

Diabetes occurs when a person’s blood sugar levels are too high. There are several types of diabetes, including gestational diabetes. But the most common are Type 1 diabetes, which is a lifelong condition that develops because a person’s body does not make insulin, and Type 2 diabetes, where a person produces either not enough insulin, or insulin that doesn’t function effectively*.

Globally, one in 11 adults has diabetes. By 2030, almost 650 million people are expected to be living with diabetes. That figure is projected to accelerate to almost 800 million people by 2045**. Diabetes can be a trigger for other serious issues, including cardiovascular disease. It is one of the leading causes of adult blindness, kidney failure, and lower limb amputation***.

What we do

Woodley Trial Solutions is committed to helping to advance the scientific understanding and treatment of diabetes. We are an authorized supplier of CGM devices from Dexcom. Suitable for use in decentralized clinical trials, wearable Dexcom devices can securely transfer rapid patient results data to CROs, guaranteeing easy and accurate blood sugar measurements among trial participants. Furthermore, our Keto-Mojo BGM and BKM device also provides outstanding support for CROs with diabetes studies. We also supply refrigerators, freezers, thermometers, temperature dataloggers, and scales. Wherever your clinical trial is taking place, our global distribution set-up enables fast deliveries of fully calibrated equipment

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* https://www.diabetes.org.uk/diabetes-the-basics

** https://idf.org/aboutdiabetes/what-is-diabetes/facts-figures.html

*** https://www.idf.org/aboutdiabetes/complications.html