Diabetes & product development

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Exhibiting at the Diabetes UK Professional Conference was an excellent opportunity for us to meet industry professionals, share ideas and hear about the incredible work that is being done around the UK. In addition we were able to introduce the range of innovative products that we have developed at Triteq for the diabetes market, giving us, through our research and projects, an in-depth understanding of products that meet the users needs.

Networking with healthcare professionals helps us to further develop our understanding and learn more about what is really needed by people with diabetes. At Triteq we are committed to work alongside our clients to design and develop products to help improve the lives of diabetes sufferers worldwide, read about our work with Eykona and the European Funded Framework 7 project to develop an artificial pancreas. The UK is facing a huge increase in the number of people with diabetes and since 1996 the number of people diagnosed has risen from 1.4 million to 2.9 million. The continuing escalation of diabetes worldwide imposes a burden on the individual, society and economy.

  • 366 million people had diabetes in 2011 by 2030 this will have risen to 552 million.
  • The number of people with Type 2 diabetes is increasing in every country.
  • 183 million people with diabetes are undiagnosed.

Our success in product development comes directly from our ability to collaborate and share ideas. Our clients benefit from our multidisciplinary skills and a shared passion for our work. Talk to us today about product design and development, please contactAngela Hobbs.

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