Automated detection of hypoglycemia-induced EEG changes recorded by subcutaneous electrodes in subjects with type 1 diabetes--the brain as a biosensor.

@article{Juhl2010AutomatedDO,
  title={Automated detection of hypoglycemia-induced EEG changes recorded by subcutaneous electrodes in subjects with type 1 diabetes--the brain as a biosensor.},
  author={C. B. Juhl and Kurt H\ojlund and Rasmus Elsborg and Mikael Kjaer Poulsen and Peter E Selmar and Jens Juul Holst and Claus Christiansen and Henning Beck-Nielsen},
  journal={Diabetes research and clinical practice},
  year={2010},
  volume={88 1},
  pages={22-8}
}
AIMS Hypoglycemia unawareness is a common condition associated with increased risk of severe hypoglycemia. We test the hypothesis that specific changes in the electroencephalogram (EEG) during hypoglycemia can be recorded by subcutaneous electrodes and processed by a general mathematical algorithm, and that hypoglycemia associated EEG changes appear before the development of severe hypoglycemia. METHODS Fifteen patients with type 1 diabetes were exposed to insulin-induced hypoglycemia and EEG… CONTINUE READING

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