Pharmacodynamic Response to Small Doses of Insulin Clinical Trial
A Physician-Initiated Randomised, Multiple-Dose, Single Period, Phase II Dose Ranging Study to Examine HYpoSpray(R) Transdermal Human Insulin In Adult Healthy Volunteer Patients
Bio-fermentation produced Human insulin is available without prescription in the U.S. This study is a physician-initated trial of a formula enabling transdermal delivery of human insulin.
The primary objective of the study is to determine the amount of lowering serum glucose as a function of dose of a topically applied formulation of Human Insulin administered by syringe measurement to adult Healthy Volunteer subjects as compared to no treatment. A 5-day period of daily blood sugar monitoring by means of wearable Continuous Glucose Monitor and insulin dosing for 3 days then monitoring for at least 3 days following will form the baseline and experiemental data for each subject. The secondary objective is to evaluate the tolerability and local and systemic effects of transdermal Human Insulin if any. ;