Henry Ford Hospital Medical Journal


An artificial pancreas is now available in selected centers for clinical use in blood glucose control. With information derived from 24-30 hours of "closed-loop" insulin administration by means of the artificial pancreas, subcutaneous insulin doses may be determined for insulin-dependent diabetic patients. Eleven poorly controlled diabetic patients had their insulin doses reevaluated with the artificial pancreas. Ten of 11 patients showed improved glucose control when their insulin doses were modified by this method.



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