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The field of neuroimaging has made great progress in the mapping of human brain function. In this article, we present a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study on the hypothalamic regulation of satiety and its relationship with obesity. The fMRI techniques have been proven invaluable...
In previous "Diabetes Information Technology & WebWatch" columns, various user experiences with an interactive educational virtual diabetes patient simulator, called AIDA, have been documented. The simulator is available free of charge from www.2aida.org on the Web. In the 5+ years since the...
Existing standards of the management of the diabetic patients are not efficient enough, and further improvement is needed. The major objective of this paper is to present and discuss the therapeutic effectiveness of an intensive care telematic system designed and applied for intensive treatment...
Several studies have reported inconsistent results between HemoCue ® (HC) whole blood glucose measurements compared to plasma glucose. We selected a large patient population with diverse pathologies and healthy volunteers to evaluate HC. For this comparison, whole blood glucose concentration was...
Teachers are expected to respond quickly and accurately to any diabetes incident that may occur to children in the school setting. Access to diabetes information is crucial for student safety, health, academic achievement, and social competence. This paper describes a technique to provide...
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