INHALE-1: A 26-week Primary Treatment Phase with 26-week Extension Open-label Randomized Clinical Trial Evaluating the Efficacy and Safety of Afrezza Versus Rapid-acting Insulin Analog Injections Both in Combination with a Basal Insulin in Pediatric

Brief description of study

The purpose of this study is to find out whether an inhaled, ultra-rapid-acting insulin (Afrezza) works as well as rapid-acting injections. The possible benefits of Afrezza are that it works very fast and lasts for less time than injected insulin. That means you can take it with your first bite of food and there is less of a chance for having low blood sugar between meals. The Afrezza inhaler is small and does not require cleaning. It is small enough to hold in your hand and is easy to use.

Clinical Study Identifier: s22-00359 Identifier: NCT04974528
Principal Investigator: Mary Patricia Gallagher.

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