Experimental: T1D Cell Pouch Recipients
Eligible Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1D) subjects with hypoglycemia unawareness and a history of severe hypoglycemic episodes undergoing Sernova Cell Pouch intervention
Combination Product: Sernova Cell Pouch
The Sernova Cell Pouch will be implanted against the rectus abdominis. The patient will receive either an 8-plug or 10-plug Cell Pouch configuration depending on Cohort assignment. A minimum of three weeks after Cell Pouch implantation, immunosuppression will be initiated and optimized for another 3 weeks. This will allow for proper vascularization of the Cell Pouch chambers and the patient to be stabilized on immunosuppression prior to islet transplantation. A mass, >3,000 islet equivalent (IEQ) numbers per kg of patient body weight (IEQ/kg), of highly purified islets will be transplanted in the Cell Pouch.
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