Severe Hypoglycemia in Older Adults with Type 1 Diabetes: A Study to Identify Factors Associated with the Occurrence of Severe Hypoglycemia in Older Adults with T1D.
The T1D Exchange has a registry of more than 25,000 individuals with type 1 diabetes (T1D). Information collected in the registry shows that severe low blood sugars occur more commonly in older adults who have had T1D for a long time. This study is being done to try to find out why that might be. In particular, we want to see if we can find out ways that severe low blood sugars could be prevented.
Type 1 Diabetes in Older Adults
1) Diagnosis of type 1 diabetes (T1D)
2) At least 60 years old
3) Have had T1D for at least 20 years
4) Currently using insulin
5) Have not used a real-time CGM device for the past 2 weeks
6) Fluent in English
60 - 100
Healthy Volunteers Needed
Duration of Participation
Up to 28 days. The study consists of two 2 hour visits. You will be asked to wear a continuous glucose monitor for a total of two weeks at home.
Harold Schnitzer Diabetes Health Center Research Department
Funded by the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, and organized by the Jaeb Center for Health Research
You will receive $125 in gift/merchandise cards for participating in this study. A $25 gift card will be given at visit one to cover any costs you might have for meter test strips needed to calibrate the CGM device twice daily for the two week period of CGM wear. $100 in gift cards will be given at the end of your last visit for completing the study. If you wear a heart activity monitor, you will receive an additional $25 gift card.