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(subcutaneous interstitial glucose level)
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  • A Novel Three-Compartmental Model for Artificial Pancreas: Development and Validation. [Journal Article]
    Artif Organs 2017; 41(12):E326-E336Piemonte V, Capocelli M, … Pozzilli P
  • Closed-loop insulin delivery system, also known as artificial pancreas (AP), provides the blood glucose control in diabetic patients, enabling the automatic blood-sugar management and reducing the risks and improving the lives of people with diabetes. A new three-compartmental model of glucose-insulin interaction for AP is presented and tested in this paper. The glucose and insulin "spaces" are s…
  • Microdialysis-Assessed Adipose Tissue Metabolism in Critically Ill Patients. [Review]
    Recent Pat Endocr Metab Immune Drug Discov 2017; 11(1):32-38Ilias I, Nikitas N, … Dimopoulou I
  • CONCLUSIONS: Microneedle arrays have been already used to assess interstitial fluid glucose. Possibly, the implementation of microneedle and lab-on-a-chip technology, might complement the current use of microdialysis in the study of the interstitial space/adipose tissue metabolism in health and disease.
  • Blood glucose level reconstruction as a function of transcapillary glucose transport. [Journal Article]
    Comput Biol Med 2014; 53:171-8Koutny T
  • A diabetic patient occasionally undergoes a detailed monitoring of their glucose levels. Over the course of a few days, a monitoring system provides a detailed track of their interstitial fluid glucose levels measured in their subcutaneous tissue. A discrepancy in the blood and interstitial fluid glucose levels is unimportant because the blood glucose levels are not measured continuously. Approxi…
  • Can glucose be monitored accurately at the site of subcutaneous insulin delivery? [Review]
    J Diabetes Sci Technol 2014; 8(3):568-74Ward WK, Castle JR, … Cargill RS
  • Because insulin promotes glucose uptake into adipocytes, it has been assumed that during measurement of glucose at the site of insulin delivery, the local glucose level would be much lower than systemic glucose. However, recent investigations challenge this notion. What explanations could account for a reduced local effect of insulin in the subcutaneous space? One explanation is that, in humans, …
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