Janusz Krzymień

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Existing standards of the management of the diabetic patients are not efficient enough, and further improvement is needed. The major objective of this paper is to present and discuss the therapeutic effectiveness of an intensive care telematic system designed and applied for intensive treatment of pregnant type 1 diabetic women. The developed system(More)
Glycated hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) concentration in blood is an index of the glycemic control widely used in diabetology. The aim of the work was to validate two mathematical models of HbA1c formation (assuming irreversible or reversible glycation, respectively) and select a model, which was able to predict changes of HbA1c concentration in response to varying(More)
INTRODUCTION Lactic acidosis is a relatively rare complication diagnosed in patients with diabetes. OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to identify causes of lactic acidosis in patients with diabetes and to measure the extent of metabolic disturbances based on the available laboratory test results. PATIENTS AND METHODS A total of 29 diabetic patients(More)
INTRODUCTION Basal-bolus insulin therapy is a standard method of intensifying diabetes treatment. A common adverse effect of such treatment is hypoglycemia. Data on frequency of hypoglycemia when fast-acting insulin analogue is used in everyday clinical practice is scarce. OBJECTIVES The aim of the study was to investigate the risk of hypoglycemia after(More)
A telematic system supporting intensive insulin treatment of pregnant type 1 diabetic out-clinic patients was implemented and technical efficiency of the system was evaluated over long-term ambulatory application. The system consists of a patient teletransmission module (PTM) and a central clinical control unit (CCU). The PTM contains a one-box blood(More)
The objectives were as follows: (1) estimating mean value of the overall hemoglobin glycation rate constant (k); (2) analyzing inter-individual variability of k; (3) verifying ability of the hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) formation model to predict changes of HbA1c during red blood cells cultivation in vitro and to reproduce the clinical data. The mean k estimated(More)
Diabetic foot syndrome (DFS) is one of the major complications of diabetes, and it can lead to foot amputations. It is very important to assure good medical care for diabetic patients not only during their stay at hospital but also at home. Telecare can be one good solution for extending medical care to patients' homes. There are some reports regarding the(More)
The objective of the study was to establish the quasi-continuous courses, using microdialysis technique, of glucose, lactate, and glycerol concentrations in interstitial fluid of abdominal adipose tissue during the standard treatment of acute diabetes complications. Clinical studies were carried out on 31 diabetic patients during the initial 48 h of the(More)
The aim of the work was to develop and to evaluate the clinical efficiency of a mobile telecare system implementing teleconsultations based on the continuous transmission of patient-collected data directly to the physician and to the clinic. The developed TeleMed system consists of the patients' and the diabetologist's mobile units, the diabetologist's(More)