Clearly there is a lot of work going on and lots more to come. PWD are not going to see these at there next endo visit. It does get me wondering, how would you feel about using a closed loop?
NEW ORLEANS, June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- UC Santa Barbara and SansumDiabetes Research Institute scientists have demonstrated for the firsttime that an automated artificial pancreas system (APS) can safely andeffectively maintain desired blood glucose levels in patients with type1 diabetes. The clinical study results will be presented today in alate-breaking poster session(1) at the American Diabetes Association's69th Scientific Sessions in New Orleans.
The UCSB and Sansum researchers, working with the Schneider Children'sMedical Center of Israel, tested an automated insulin delivery systemcomprising the OmniPod(R) System and the DexCom STS7(R) continuousglucose monitor, linked and controlled through UCSB's artificialpancreas software. The software's insulin delivery algorithm, optimizedfor each patient, includes a unique safety feature, based on clinicalparameters, which prevents insulin-induced low blood glucose levels(hypoglycemia).
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There are so many non-insulin delivery variables in the YDMV equation that I am kinda sceptical. (I know me being skeptical who would have thought it?) How does it know there is exercise coming up? How does it account for stress?