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In a pilot study, the metabolic effects of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion (CSII) versus intensive subcutaneous insulin therapy (ISIT) started at diagnosis in patients with Type 1 diabetes and continued for a 2-year period were evaluated and compared. Twenty-three patients (between 12...
The aim of this study was to compare glucose measurements between fingertip and forearm using the blood glucose (BG) monitoring system One Touch® Ultra™ (LifeScan), an electrochemical sensor that requires only a very small drop of blood (1 μ L). Patients with type 1 or type 2 diabetes were...
It has been demonstrated that electronic patient registries combined with a clinical decision support system have a significant positive impact on the documentation and delivery of services provided by health care professionals. While implementation of available commercial systems has not always...
The Bergman Minimal Model enables estimation of two key indices of glucose/insulin dynamics: glucose effectiveness and insulin sensitivity. In this paper we describe MINMOD Millennium, the latest Windows-based version of minimal model software. Extensive beta testing of MINMOD Millennium has...
Glucose sensing and insulin delivery technology can potentially be linked to form a closed-loop insulin delivery system. Ideally, such a system would establish normal physiologic glucose profiles. To this end, a model of β -cell secretion can potentially provide insight into the preferred...
Although continuous electrochemical glucose monitoring holds promise in the management of diabetes, its utility is limited in part because of error of unclear origin. The use of redundant glucose sensors in an array might reduce such error. We hypothesized that in a subcutaneously implanted...
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