Shahar Miller

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OBJECTIVE Current state-of-the-art artificial pancreas systems are either based on traditional linear control theory or rely on mathematical models of glucose-insulin dynamics. Blood glucose control using these methods is limited due to the complexity of the biological system. The aim of this study was to describe the principles and clinical performance of(More)
OBJECTIVE An artificial pancreas (AP) that automatically regulates blood glucose would greatly improve the lives of individuals with diabetes. Such a device would prevent hypo- and hyperglycemia along with associated long- and short-term complications as well as ease some of the day-to-day burden of frequent blood glucose measurements and insulin(More)
The following sections describe the main elements of the MDLAP system. i) Pre-Processing The MDLAP's input parameters are derived from the current glucose level (measured by a subcutaneous continuous glucose sensor [CGS]) and a log which includes all of the glucose levels and the insulin treatment history. The input to the MDLAP system is preprocessed in(More)
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