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An interoperable artificial pancreas system smartphone app was designed, developed, and tested to make decision-making algorithms while running on an unlocked smartphone. An Artificial Pancreas system closes the loop between a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) and an insulin pump by creating an algorithm that adjusts the insulin dose to control blood glucose …Read More »
I recently received a text message from a type 1 patient who has been wearing a pump for over ten years.
"I need your guidance. My blood sugars have been in the high 200s and 300s since Thursday. I woke up with a 398 blood sugar. I've been eating out a lot and drinking too much. I need to follow a rigorous low carb diet and less alcohol." I called the patient and let her know I was sorry to hear she was feeling overwhelmed....
An oral medication that does not increase risk of low blood sugar could provide an alternative to insulin.Read More »
Less than 20% of children with type 1 diabetes attain the target glycated hemoglobin level of less than 7% recommended by the American Diabetes Association.Read More »
The first study conducted on this device that explores the effectiveness and safety parameters.Read More »
Patients are relieved to know that care continues through the coronavirus pandemic.Read More »