A model-based control protocol for transition from ICU to HDU: Robustness analysis

@article{Razak2013AMC,
  title={A model-based control protocol for transition from ICU to HDU: Robustness analysis},
  author={Normy N. Razak and J. Geoffrey Chase and Fatanah Suhaimi and Geoffrey M. Shaw and Ummu K. Jamaludin},
  journal={2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC)},
  year={2013},
  pages={205-208}
}
The robustness of a model-based control protocol as a less intensive TGC protocol using insulin Glargine for provision of basal insulin is simulated in this study. To quantify the performance and robustness of the protocol to errors, namely physiological variability and sensor errors, an in-silico Monte Carlo analysis is performed. Actual patient data from Christchurch Hospital, New Zealand were used as virtual trial patients. 

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