Iñaki Martínez-Sarriegui

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MobiGuide is a distributed decision-support system (DSS) that provides decision support for patients and physicians. Patients receive support using a light-weight Smartphone DSS linked to data arriving from wearable monitoring devices and physicians receive support via a web interface connected to a backend DSS that has access to an integrated personal(More)
PURPOSE Advanced information technologies joined to the increasing use of continuous medical devices for monitoring and treatment, have made possible the definition of a new telemedical diabetes care scenario based on a hand-held Personal Assistant (PA). This paper describes the architecture, functionality and implementation of the PA, which communicates(More)
BACKGROUND The use of telemedicine for diabetes care has evolved over time, proving that it contributes to patient self-monitoring, improves glycemic control, and provides analysis tools for decision support. The timely development of a safe and robust ambulatory artificial pancreas should rely on a telemedicine architecture complemented with automatic data(More)
This paper presents the modelling and formal specification of a telemedicine system for diabetes care. In such scenario, the multiagent technology supports the distributed autonomy of several Personal Assistants; the communications between them and the hospital´s agents; the control of the system´s access and multitask functionality; scalability;(More)
This work explores the automatic recognition of physical activity intensity patterns from multi-axial accelerometry and heart rate signals. Data collection was carried out in free-living conditions and in three controlled gymnasium circuits, for a total amount of f 79.80 h of data divided into: sedentary situations (65.5%), light-to-moderate activity(More)
The risks associated with gestational diabetes (GD) can be reduced with an active treatment able to improve glycemic control. Advances in mobile health can provide new patient-centric models for GD to create personalized health care services, increase patient independence and improve patients' self-management capabilities, and potentially improve their(More)
The growing availability of continuous data from medical devices in diabetes management makes it crucial to define novel information technology architectures for efficient data storage, data transmission, and data visualization. The new paradigm of care demands the sharing of information in interoperable systems as the only way to support patient care in a(More)
BACKGROUND The combination of telemedicine systems integrating mobile technologies with the use of continuous glucose monitors improves patients' glycemic control but demands a higher interaction with information technology tools that must be assessed. In this article, we analyze patients' behavior from the use-of-the-system point of view, identifying how(More)
DEBATE — The integration of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion (CSII) (insulin pump therapy) and continuous interstitial glucose monitoring (CGM) appears to be an excellent solution for obtaining the desirable metabolic control for most insulin-treated subjects (1– 4). Several studies have suggested that CGM with readings in real-time (CGMRT) further(More)
BACKGROUND Healthy diet and regular physical activity are powerful tools in reducing diabetes and cardiometabolic risk. Various international scientific and health organizations have advocated the use of new technologies to solve these problems. The PREDIRCAM project explores the contribution that a technological system could offer for the continuous(More)