MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF GLUCOSE-INSULIN SYSTEM BEHAVIOUR IN HOSPITAL TENGKU AMPUAN AFZAN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT PATIENTS

@inproceedings{Jamaludin2015MATHEMATICALMO,
  title={MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF GLUCOSE-INSULIN SYSTEM BEHAVIOUR IN HOSPITAL TENGKU AMPUAN AFZAN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT PATIENTS},
  author={Ummu K. Jamaludin and Fatanah Mohamad Suhaimi and Normy N. Razak and Fatimah Dzaharudin and Azrina Md Ralib and Mohd Basri Mat Nor},
  year={2015}
}
Mathematical modelling of glucose-insulin system is significantly important to understand the body regulation control, to analyze experimental data based on clinical trials, to identify and quantify relevant physiological parameters, to design proper clinical trials and to assess diabetes therapies. In general, critically ill patients with blood glucose concentrations between 10.0 to 12.2 mmol/l is identified to develop an acute hyperglycaemia or high blood glucose (BG). Thus, to monitor… CONTINUE READING

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