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Background: Early detection of sensory impairment and loss of protective pain sensation is of major importance for the prevention of neuropathic foot ulceration. The aim of our study was to evaluate a new handheld device (SET, a prototype developed by Dr. W. Henniges, Zülpich, Germany) for...
Background: The Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (CGMS®, Medtronic MiniMed, Northridge, CA) allows close monitoring of glucose patterns and might be helpful in explaining the persistence of high complication rates in pregnancies of women with type 1 diabetes. It was the aim of this study to...
Background: The junction of telemedicine home monitoring with multifaceted disease management programs seems nowadays a promising direction to combine the need for an intensive approach to deal with diabetes and the pressure to contain the costs of the interventions. Several projects in the...
Background: Continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion using an insulin pump (IP) more closely mimics the normal pancreas than multiple insulin injections. It is an effective, and often a preferred, means of maintaining normal blood glucose levels, but IPs were not designed to be fully accessible...
Insulin resistance and β-cell dysfunction are fundamental defects that contribute to the development of type 2 diabetes, and as such are targets for primary prevention of disease progression. The two parameters are linked by several factors, including glucotoxicity and lipotoxicity, and recent...
Background: Currently there are major efforts to develop strategies for the in vivo imaging of pancreatic beta cell mass as a clinical and investigational tool for detecting and tracking the loss of beta cells that underlies the progression of Type I diabetes. However, beta cells constitute only...
Background: In order to reduce the overall size and power consumption of ambulatory drug infusion systems, and to provide higher delivery accuracy, faster start-up, and more rapid occlusion detection, a non-contacting, low-power thermal time-of-flight technology has been used to provide a...
There are three main issues in non-invasive (NI) glucose measurements: namely, specificity, compartmentalization of glucose values, and calibration. There has been progress in the use of near-infrared and mid-infrared spectroscopy. Recently new glucose measurement methods have been developed,...
Weight control is an important early intervention in diabetes, but the nature of the association between weight and disordered metabolism has been confused because fat mass and its distribution are only partly associated with increasing body size. Weight, fat, and regional fat placement,...
Background: Lag between blood and interstitial fluid (ISF) glucose levels can contribute significantly to accuracy error in current and anticipated continuous glucose monitoring systems. Mitigating this physiological lag can be an important and useful means for improving the accuracy, and hence...
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