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Artifical pancreas

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October 1957: Zeitschrift Für Biologie
M Buysschaert, L Lambotte, A E Lambert
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May 1980: Journées Annuelles de Diabétologie de L'Hôtel-Dieu
K A Wilson, M Laskowski
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June 10, 1971: Journal of Biological Chemistry
W L Chick, A A Like, V Lauris, P M Galletti, P D Richardson, G Panol, T W Mix, C K Colton
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1975: Transactions—American Society for Artificial Internal Organs
A M Shevchenko
The author describes a family (48 year old mother and 15 year old son) with the muscular variant of glycogenosis-McArde's metabolic myopathy. The mother has been ill since 22 years old, the son--since 7. The disease had a slowly progressive development. The clinical picture was characterized by convulsions of the type of cramps following physical loadings on muscles of the body and extremities. Convulsions were accompanied by pain, an induration and enlargment of the muscles, muscle fatigue and increased significantly in an artifical ischemia of the extremities...
1976: Zhurnal Nevropatologii i Psikhiatrii Imeni S.S. Korsakova
G Slama, J C Klein, M C Tardieu, G Tchobroutsky
Seven insulin-dependent diabetic were treated for 24 to 36 hours by intravenous injections of insulin adapted to variations in blood glucose using a fairly voluminous automatic regulation device. This artificial pancreas consists of a modified Technicon blood sugar apparatus which provides continuous estimation of blood glucose using non-haemolysed whole blood by a glucose oxidase method with an inertia time of 6 minutes, a table calculator and a newly developed interpretation and command electronic unit (GlucostatR)...
June 25, 1977: La Nouvelle Presse Médicale
G F Klomp, M Womack, W H Dobelle
Neuroprostheses research provides on application of percutaneous access. We have investigated a number of clinical situations requiring chronic percutaneous transmission of either fluid or electricity in man to explore other uses. Selection criteria for new models include the following considerations: 1) it should allow use of a skull mounted pedestal; 2) it should offer the potential of benefit to the patient with minimal extra risks; 3) it should be a common enough problem to provide sufficient clinical material; and 4) it should not require major new developments of technology...
1979: Transactions—American Society for Artificial Internal Organs
A E Lambert, M Buysschaert, L Lambotte
The present study was undertaken to examine the feasibility of determining the most appropriate subcutaneous insulin treatment in unstable diabetes on the basis of the circadian hormonal profile delivered by an artificial pancreas. The metabolic control of 11 brittle diabetic subjects, as assessed by the M value and the MAGE index (used as indexes of blood glucose control and of glycemic fluctuations, respectively), was compared during a 5-day period before and after a 24-h connection to the artificial pancreas...
May 1979: Diabetes Care
R I Pomanskiĭ
A model of chronic pancreatitis has been created in 13 mongrel dogs. The animals were withdrawn from the experiment 2 months after the beginning of it. According to the author's data, artifically created insufficiency of the constrictors of the common bile and pancreatic ducts in dogs is analogous to unfitness of the sphincter in man and results in the development of the changes in the abdominal cavity, specific for chronic pancreatitis.
June 1979: Vestnik Khirurgii Imeni I. I. Grekova
J D Kruse-Jarres
16 years ago Kadish (1963) Trans. Amer. Soc. Artif. Org. 9, 363--367) published his first pioneering experiments with an extracorporal blood glucose regulating machine. These experiments were fundamental to the development of an artificial endocrine pancreas that replaces the natural regulator of the blood glucose. Enormous improvements have been done as far as analytical and computer technology and algorithms are concerned. Satisfactory but time-limited insulin therapy of problematic diabetics is feasable and benefical...
July 1979: Journal of Clinical Chemistry and Clinical Biochemistry. Zeitschrift Für Klinische Chemie und Klinische Biochemie
A A Seid-Guseĭnov, V E Katkov, V V Chestukhin, L I Shefter, N S Zakharova
Before and after 5-day bed rest in the head-down position (at an angle of --4.5 degrees) the healthy male test subjects were exposed to selective catheterization with blood samples withdrawn drom different compartments of the cardiovascular system. The content of glucose insulin lactic acid and beta-lipoproteins was measured. After bed rest the systemic circulation--mixed arterial and venous blood--showed a trend for a decrease of carbohydrate metabolism and an increase of the content of beta-lipoproteins. Transcapillary metabolism in different organs, first of all, in the brain and liver altered significantly...
July 1979: Kosmicheskaia Biologiia i Aviakosmicheskaia Meditsina
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