Temporal case-based reasoning for type 1 diabetes mellitus bolus insulin decision support.

Abstract

Individuals with type 1 diabetes have to monitor their blood glucose levels, determine the quantity of insulin required to achieve optimal glycaemic control and administer it themselves subcutaneously, multiple times per day. To help with this process bolus calculators have been developed that suggest the appropriate dose. However these calculators do not… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.artmed.2017.09.007

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@article{Brown2017TemporalCR, title={Temporal case-based reasoning for type 1 diabetes mellitus bolus insulin decision support.}, author={Daniel Brown and Arantza Aldea and Rachel Harrison and Clare Martin and Ian Bayley}, journal={Artificial intelligence in medicine}, year={2017} }