Physiology-Invariant Meal Detection for Type 1 Diabetes.

  title={Physiology-Invariant Meal Detection for Type 1 Diabetes.},
  author={James Weimer and Sanjian Chen and Amy Peleckis and Michael R. Rickels and Insup Lee},
  journal={Diabetes technology & therapeutics},
BACKGROUND Fully automated artificial pancreas systems require meal detectors to supplement blood glucose level regulation, where false meal detections can cause unnecessary insulin delivery with potentially fatal consequences, and missed detections may cause the patient to experience extreme hyperglycemia. Most existing meal detectors monitor various measures of glucose rate-of-change to detect meals where varying physiology and meal content complicate balancing detector sensitivity versus… CONTINUE READING


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