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Diabetes Management: Devices, ICT Technologies and Future Perspectives


Abstract. Diabetes, a metabolic disorder, has reached epidemic proportions in western countries. Contextualized continuous glucose monitoring measurements to control directly the insulin delivery can provide optimum management of the disease and could provide diabetes patients with insulin profiles close to that of the normal patient, however problems related to delivery systems, control algorithms and safety of the system have to be properly solved for realizing a long term accurate continuous monitoring systems. In this paper we describe the current status of diabetes management and insulin administration and the future perspectives and aspects to support long term management of diabetes based on wearable continuous blood glucose monitoring sensors.
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